SolarForce Model IDs

carol4rose

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HI Newbie here. Hoping to find some assistance in identifying some SolarForce models. I inherited a large light collection. Amongst the collection are least a dozen SolarForce lights. As the company is no longer in existence, I am finding it difficult to identify the models I have. Any help in where I can find these model/names for these would be most appreciated.
 

bshanahan14rulz

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https://web.archive.org/web/20180308181509/http://solarforce.hk/ the web archive might be useful too.

One of the big things for Solarforce as I recall was their adoption of the drop-in module. Many of their lights used a standard-sized drop-in, so you could change the power output, LED tint, etc. etc. by just swapping out the drop-in.

So, if you are inventorying what you have, you might also unscrew the head and see if any label on the drop-in to help you identify if it's a run-of-the-mill drop-in, or something custom or fancy like an old milkyspit or malkoff
 

carol4rose

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https://web.archive.org/web/20180308181509/http://solarforce.hk/ the web archive might be useful too.

One of the big things for Solarforce as I recall was their adoption of the drop-in module. Many of their lights used a standard-sized drop-in, so you could change the power output, LED tint, etc. etc. by just swapping out the drop-in.

So, if you are inventorying what you have, you might also unscrew the head and see if any label on the drop-in to help you identify if it's a run-of-the-mill drop-in, or something custom or fancy like an old milkyspit or malkoff
THANKS !!! This is what I have been looking for !
 
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If it's not too much trouble, you might consider posting a few photos of the lights you inherited. I'm confident that the membership will be able to identify at least some of the specimens. Just make sure that the photos are clear enough to permit a positive ID.
 
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