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Econo Exit Lights #107900
07/07/04 03:46 PM
07/07/04 03:46 PM
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Roger  Offline OP
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These were sent to me from an Inspector Friend of mine, which was from an Inspector in another county, he thought we would enjoy them.

[Linked Image]

Now a look at the internal wiring [Linked Image]

[Linked Image]

Thanks to Jerry Avery Columbus County NC

Roger



[This message has been edited by Roger (edited 07-08-2004).]

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Re: Econo Exit Lights #107901
07/07/04 05:28 PM
07/07/04 05:28 PM
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I would guess that this must be on an emergency generator backed circuit since I don't see any battery back-up. [Linked Image] [Linked Image] [Linked Image]

Re: Econo Exit Lights #107902
07/07/04 05:59 PM
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pauluk  Offline
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Another quality installation by No-Expense-Spared Electric, Inc. [Linked Image]

This looks like it was a lash-up during a work-in-progress, although isn't that an exit door right below the sign which points to exits left and right?

At least it doesn't have the stupid "running man" icon now found in this part of the world.

Re: Econo Exit Lights #107903
07/07/04 09:12 PM
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Sir Arcsalot  Offline
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Lynden, Washington
I sure hope they don't paint that OSB in back of that lamp with good ol' nitrocellulose lacquer, thereby putting the sign to the test!

Or is that sign indicating a command I should type in on my PC- (I tried to get the bracketed "EXIT" thing to appear but no-go) [Linked Image]

It certainly appears that whoever installed this had the light on but nobody was home...

Just my opinion.

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Re: Econo Exit Lights #107904
07/08/04 07:27 AM
07/08/04 07:27 AM
electure  Offline

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Fullerton, CA USA
I've always wondered what to do with the extra face that comes with many exit fixtures.

Now, I know! [Linked Image]

Re: Econo Exit Lights #107905
07/08/04 11:36 AM
07/08/04 11:36 AM
Lostazhell  Offline
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Bakersfield, CA (Originally Or...
If this is the E-signs, I wanna see the emergency back up lights [Linked Image] Is that sealtite or a tweaked piece of schedule 40 with the light taped on.... I saw something not too far off from this once at a mall, during a massive remodel... there was an actual work light behind one of the exit sign fronts, in a fairly dark corridor...

-Randy


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