Popular Science Monthly
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press Company Building; the Banker's Trust; and at the extreme left the Whitehall Building
��located upon the eleven salients of Fort Wood, upon which the base of the statue is built. Three batteries are located upon the roofs of small buildings on the island. One battery- is just below the torch.
The total number of projectors is two hundred and forty-six, each projector being equipped with a two hundred and fifty-
��Watt incandescent lamp. Each projector has its individual compensator to step down the two hundred and twenty-volt current to the lamp voltage. Both pro- jectors and compensators are mounted on specially designed pipe-framed conduits.
The electric current is supplied by the Public Service Corporation of New Jersey.
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One of the fifteen batteries of projectors located on one of the eleven salients (angles) of Fort Wood, upon which the base of the Statue is built. There are twenty lamps in this one battery