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LED Exit Sign

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These are all over the main University of Alaska Fairbanks campus in College, Alaska. They must be older, they're just a bunch of green 5mm? LEDs.

Some are starting to fail, they've developed a flicker not unlike that of a failing magnetic rapid start fluorescent, especially a High Output version- a violent, rhythmic oscillating flicker, much slower than rectifying.

Despite the T8 conversions, most of the campus is older buildings, full of all manner of vintage lighting. Recessed mercury is still alive and well here :)

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Oct 12, 2017 at 01:45 AM Author: LampLover
Neat! I always like those early generation LED exit signs where the LEDs were actually visible. Unlike the new LED ones where they are not as they are covered by a plastic diffuser

Down with LED and Instant Start T8
Rapid Start and Preheat For life
Also HID rules

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Oct 12, 2017 at 02:59 AM Author: Flurofan96
I like these early gen LED exit signs though haven't seen anything like this in the UK. The design of coloured LED diodes in a black box seems to look way better

LED streetlights are flipping Yussless!!!! I'd may as well be in the dark!!!!!

Flaming Nora, where are SOX, SON, MH and MV when you need them

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Oct 12, 2017 at 04:34 AM Author: EpicStreetlights
Awesome Hubbell Pathfinder-series unit! I know these were popular in the early 90s, but they're pretty uncommon nowadays.
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Oct 12, 2017 at 01:23 PM Author: rigo
http://lampenmuseum.de/data/media/636/2340_Radioktive_EXIT_Leuchte_01.jpg

Nuclear version
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Oct 13, 2017 at 04:02 AM Author: SeberHusky

Awesome Hubbell Pathfinder-series unit! I know these were popular in the early 90s, but they're pretty uncommon nowadays.


I have ones in red and green LED's, they are from 1999 on the red ones and 2001 on the green ones. I have an older LED direct-view light from the early 90's but I forgot its name, it wasn't made by Hubbell though, it's in my gallery somewhere.

I collect exit signs, preferably vintage ones.

I also have a little bit of a thing for light bulbs, too. Of course, hoarding them due to the incandescent bulb ban.

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