This is 12 Inch Green Tranberg Post Mounted Light has slight chipping along the bottom of the Fresen lens. It is a nautical navigation port side light with a green Fresnel lens. These lights are usually mounted at the bow or stern of the boat.
Navigation lights alert other vessels of your positioning. The red indicates portside of a boat. The green light indicates starboard side. The white is seen from all angles typically mounted on the stern.
In 1901 Olof Tranber founds Tranberg in Stavanger, Norway. By 1901 they had crested the worlds first electrical navigation light. They produced marine equipment for over 90 years until 2006 when they were acquired by German company R.Stahl.
This Tranberg post light is made of solid brass. It stands just slightly over 12 inches tall. It measures 6 1/2 inches wide. The green Fresnel lens is in Fair condition. Due to being salvaged off a decommissioned vessel the lens has some chipping along the bottom and various small chips overall. The base of the light is 5 inches in diameter, with 3 mount holes. We have installed a copper cap in the old conduit hole on the Tranberg junction box. This post light weighs 11 pounds.
This light has been rewired with UL-listed wiring and bulb socket. This light takes a normal screw in house bulb of 75 watts or less. To access the bulb area, you simply undo the latch on the top and flip open the top. The wiring exits the bottom of the light from the brass post.
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