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The LED postop at the city center of Kiryat Ata, working

The LED postop at the city center of Kiryat Ata, working

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These turned out to be indirect postops, as the upper panel is only a mirror.
They are completely redundant, since the light from the ad signs and the road lanterns, were sufficient. Probably they put them as security lighting, so this area would be well illuminated at night, when all the business are closed, as this may be an attractive place for junkies, alcoholics, homeless peoples and criminals.

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Nov 27, 2018 at 12:50 PM Author: merc
Nice post top. Have you any idea who makes these?
Btw. the light looks pretty warm (compared to windows in a building behind that look like 3000K higher CCT).

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Nov 27, 2018 at 01:07 PM Author: dor123
The lights in the windows are all 6500K. These postops all have the feeling that the blue content is too much, and causes eye strain. There isn't anything printed on the lanterns.

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