1   General / Off-Topic / Re: Anyone know what is this device?  on: Today at 11:43:02 PM 
Started by dor123 - Last post by dor123
Is WAP is similar to Router, but in a LAN instead of the internet?
 2   General / General Discussion / Re: CPE (Center Point Energy) just installed a new set of LED streetlights on a road  on: Today at 11:37:45 PM 
Started by lightinglover8902 - Last post by RyanF40T12
if I am paying the electrical bill only (not paying for installation) then yes I want LED, 3000k. 
 3   General / General Discussion / Re: CPE (Center Point Energy) just installed a new set of LED streetlights on a road  on: Today at 10:10:35 PM 
Started by lightinglover8902 - Last post by Lumex120

If I had to light a road on my property, I'd use low wattage metal halide like 70w AEL 115's.
 4   General / General Discussion / CPE (Center Point Energy) just installed a new set of LED streetlights on a road  on: Today at 09:48:20 PM 
Started by lightinglover8902 - Last post by lightinglover8902
CPE just installed a new set of LED streetlights on Lutheran Church Drive at FM 2920, which is the Elite Star SL3S  LED street light fixtures along Lutheran Church Drive. They don't seem to put regular HPS fixtures, unless the customer wants HPS. If I own a road or a road that leads to a property, I'll put regular fixtures (HPS). Although some people won't like the color that it puts out, but I like the orange color of HPS, because its puts out my favorite color.

Now the question for you. If you own a road or a road that leads to your property, would you put LED fixtures or HPS or MV or MH fixtures?
 5   General / General Discussion / Re: I found a Cooper Lighting Vanguard III fixture on ebay!  on: Today at 05:07:59 PM 
Started by lightinglover8902 - Last post by lightinglover8902
Ok guys, I'll think about it.  Wink
 6   General / Off-Topic / Re: Anyone know what is this device?  on: Today at 04:56:59 PM 
Started by dor123 - Last post by RyanF40T12
Cisco prefers you use those power bricks with their WAPs.  Especially for long runs from the switch. 
 7   General / Off-Topic / Re: Anyone know what is this device?  on: Today at 04:14:24 PM 
Started by dor123 - Last post by MissRiaElaine
Looks like a WAP (Wireless Access Point). I must admit I like the label, I misread the CR AP bit at first sight  Cheesy

Cisco is usually good kit, though. What is the power brick for..? The unit is obviously powered up so I'm guessing it's powered via PoE (Power over Ethernet) so not sure why a power supply is there.
 8   General / General Discussion / Re: Lamp Of The Day  on: Today at 04:10:22 PM 
Started by MissRiaElaine - Last post by MissRiaElaine
Today our Lamp Of The Day was this 160W Osram blended mercury lamp:



What lamps did you light..?  Cool
 9   General / Off-Topic / Re: Your experience stories regarding to school PE/Games lessons  on: Today at 01:12:56 PM 
Started by Flurofan96 - Last post by CEB1993
I remember when I was in middle school, I experienced an electric shock for the first time ever in my gym class.  When I went to open my locker to get my gym clothes out, I felt a strong, pulsing surge of energy travel up my arm and give my whole body a jolt.  I looked more closely, and there was a loose wire from an outlet on the wall above the lockers.  My entire set of metal lockers was transmitting electricity from the outlet.  Of course the other guys were yelling and freaking out when they got shocked, and the next day the custodian had come in to cut the wire and cover it with a panel.  I now associate getting shocked with my locker in my gym class years ago. 
 10   General / Off-Topic / Re: Pest Control and Critters in your House  on: Today at 01:07:27 PM 
Started by CEB1993 - Last post by CEB1993
I have a Bug-a-Salt gun too!  I keep it at the lake house where there's really a big insect problem.

 At the end of last summer, we had a huge housefly infestation.  There were flies in nearly all the windows, stuck between the blinds and the inside glass.  I had no idea why...   In the basement, there were dead flies all over the window sill and the floor, yuck!  When I turned the heat on for the first time in late September, when the weather outside had cooled off a little bit, the warm air from the furnace smelled putrid  Shocked  The only explanation for a rotten smell so bad coming from the air vents was that there was a dead animal in the ducts.  That would explain the fly infestation during the summer, and the foul smell when heat was added.  Eventually the smell wore off, although I'm convinced there's a skeleton of a squirrel/rat/mouse somewhere in the air duct system now.

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