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NASsoccer

On a string I was held Senior
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that is awesome. i don't think i will getting any of those soon .... $15 :eek: . But, it sure does put out a lot for the price.
 

craigiz1

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Feb 27, 2002
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Pompano Beach, FL
In South Florida where I live they are changing the standard traffic light to these types of super bright LED's. They look and work good. :burn:
 

Cuper

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Dec 18, 2001
Location
NY
craigiz1 said:
In South Florida where I live they are changing the standard traffic light to these types of super bright LED's. They look and work good. :burn:

They are the regular led design. These would blow the doors off the standard led's!!!
 

flounder43

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Minneapolis
craigiz1 said:
In South Florida where I live they are changing the standard traffic light to these types of super bright LED's. They look and work good. :burn:


In Minneapolis, all of the red traffic lights are made of LEDs. They have been for years. Saves a lot of energy, and money.

I have also noticed that all of the new buses used by our Metro Transit also have LEDs for their rear tail lights, both amber and red.
 

JDXNC

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Jan 16, 2002
I've seen a lot of new vehicles(mosty expensive ones) using them for their brake lights... and for some reason fedex uses them on their delivery vans.
 

donny_paycheck

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Oct 25, 2001
Well, they are much more durable and last indefinitely (maybe 'forever') with the right level of power. Plus they are also cheaper to mass produce than incandescent bulbs.