New Arrival China 2016 China New Design FN-UG-204 FOND 1W AC85-265V stainless steel LED Underground lights Wholesale to Germany Wholesale to Orlando

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Details Light Source: LED Item Type: LED Underground Lights Place of Origin: Zhejiang, China  Brand Name: FOND Input Voltage( V ): AC85-265 Lamp Power( W ): 1 Lamp Body Material: Stainless steel Color: R/ Y / B/ G /W / RGB Working Temperature ( ℃ ): - 30 – 50 Color Temperature ( CCT): RGB, white Lamp Luminous Flux ( lm ) 100 Lamp Luminous Efficiency( lm/w ) 100 CRI( Ra> ): 80 Beam Angle( ° ): 45 IP Rating: IP65 Certifi...


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New Arrival China 2016 China New Design FN-UG-204 FOND 1W AC85-265V stainless steel LED Underground lights Wholesale to Germany Wholesale to Orlando Detail:

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Light Source:

LED

Item Type:

LED Underground Lights

Place of Origin:

Zhejiang, China 

Brand Name:

FOND

Input Voltage( V ):

AC85-265

Lamp Power( W ):

1

Lamp Body Material:

Stainless steel

Color:

R/ Y / B/ G /W / RGB

Working Temperature

( ℃ ):

- 30 – 50

Color Temperature

( CCT):

RGB, white

Lamp Luminous Flux

( lm )

100 Lamp Luminous Efficiency( lm/w ) 100

CRI( Ra> ):

80

Beam Angle( ° ):

45

IP Rating:

IP65

Certification:

CE, RoHS

 

 

Packaging & Delivery

Packaging Details: on the customer request.

Delivery Detail: 15 days receipt of the deposit.

 

Product Parameter

 

Shell Material: Stainless steel & Die-casting Aluminum

 

Model No.: FN-UG-S301

 

Input Voltage: AC85-265V 

 

Power Consumption:1 x 1W

 

Protection grade: IP65

 

Color: Cool White/Warm White / Blue /RGB Mixed

 

Luminous Flux: 120lm/w

 

Color Temperature(CCT): 2700K-6500K

 

Place of Origin: Ningbo, China 

 

CRI(Rad>) ≥80

 

Size:    D120mm K94mm H80mm   

 

Feature And Application

 

Environmental-friendly and energy saving

Easy installation

Long lifespan and stable performance

Waterproof and dust proof

Perfect for outdoor lighting such as landscape, garden, swimming pool, etc

Because of factors such as display pixel and light, there may be a little color different.

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    The daily work of a telephone lineman is described in the union-produced film.

    Reupload of a previously uploaded film with improved video & sound.

    Originally a public domain film from the Library of Congress Prelinger Archives, slightly cropped to remove uneven edges, with the aspect ratio corrected, and one-pass brightness-contrast-color correction & mild video noise reduction applied.
    The soundtrack was also processed with volume normalization, noise reduction, clipping reduction, and/or equalization (the resulting sound, though not perfect, is far less noisy than the original).

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    A lineman (American English) or linesman (British English), also occasionally called a lineworker or a powerline technician (PLT), is a tradesman who constructs and maintains electric power transmission and distribution facilities. The term is also used for those who install and maintain telephone, telegraph, cable TV and more recent fiber optic lines.

    The term refers to those who work in generally outdoor installation and maintenance jobs. Those who install and maintain electrical wiring inside buildings are electricians…

    History

    The occupation began with the widespread use of the telegraph in the 1840s. Telegraph lines could be strung on trees, but wooden poles were quickly adopted as the method of choice. The term ‘lineman’ was used for those who set wooden poles and strung the wire. The term continued in use with the invention of the telephone in the 1870s and the beginnings of electrification in the 1890s.

    This new electrical power work was more hazardous than telegraph or telephone work because of the risk of electrocution. Between the 1890s and the 1930s, line work was considered one of the most hazardous jobs. Approximately 1 in 2 linemen were killed on the job,[citation needed] mostly from electrocution. This led to the formation of labor organizations to represent the workers and advocate for their safety. This also led to the establishment of apprenticeship programs and the establishment of more stringent safety standards, starting in the late 1930s. The Union movement was led by a lineman Henry Miller.

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    The rural electrification drive during the New Deal led to a wide expansion in the number of jobs in the electric power industry. Many power linemen during that period traveled around the country following jobs as they became available in tower construction, substation construction, and wire stringing. They often lived in temporary camps set up near the project they were working on, or in boarding houses if the work was in a town or city and relocating every few weeks to months. The occupation was lucrative at the time[citation needed], but the hazards and the extensive travel limited the appeal.

    A brief drive to electrify some railroads on the East Coast of the U.S. led to the development of specialization of linemen who installed and maintained catenary overhead lines. Growth in this branch of line work declined after most railroads favored diesel over electric engines for replacement to steam engines.

    The occupation evolved during the 1940s and 1950s with expansion of residential electrification. This led to an increase in the number of linemen needed to maintain power distribution circuits and provide emergency repairs. Maintenance linemen mostly stayed in one place, although sometimes linemen were called to travel to assist repairs. Also during the 1950s, some electric lines began to be installed in underground tunnels, expanding the scope of the work…

    Work on outdoor tower construction or wire installation are not performed exclusively by linemen. A crew of linemen will include several helpers. Helpers assist with on-the-ground tasks needed to support the linemen, but may not[citation needed] work above ground or on electrical circuits. Telephone linemen install cables above and below ground but, since telephone cables have many more conductors than power cables, cable splicers splice them.

    Telephone and cable TV lines may sometimes be placed on the same utility poles as electric distribution circuits. They are placed below the electric lines so that chance of personnel contact with high-voltage electricity during maintenance is reduced…


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