[Svetlo]Re: [Nelpag] Control of Public Utility Area Lights (fwd)

Jan Hollan
Mon, 4 Mar 2002 13:13:48 +0100 (CET)

Dnes jsem se dozvedel o peknych solarnich svetylkach na krajnicich a
delicich carach, misto pouhych kocicich oci. Viz http://www.astucia.co.uk

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Date: Fri, 1 Mar 2002 20:33:29 -0600
From: Karolyn Beebe <keedoAmerr...>
To: nelpagAharvee....ma.us
Subject: Re: [Nelpag] Control of Public Utility Area Lights

Paul wrote: >A road that does not serve pedestrians should 
not need any lighting, that's what automobile headlights are for.>

Good point. And where headlights aren't quite enough
consider road studs. These are solar powered:  

Alexi Pace sent this about them to the CfDS list...
> ********
> quite interesting  Road studs replace cats eyes on A1
[they were invented in 1934 by the way.."Their origins 
can be traced to the ingenuity of British civilians trying 
to cope with the imposition of blackouts during bombing 
raids"] In general they cost about Lm1 each.
> - check this out as well from a manufacturer.. 
> download the brochure and specs
> from another manufacturer
http://www.municipalsigns.com/markers.html  - AP

Karolyn Beebe

Nelpag maillist  -  NelpagAharvee....ma.us