illuminable street numbers or illuminated street numbers is a plastic lighted box called the Manorlight. Lighted street numbers help prevent crime and assist in easily fined your residence. Electrically lighted street numbers will soon be enhanced by new solar technology. Illuminated signage for address number now also available in LED to save electricity.
The Manorlight is a registered street number stuck onto a lighted plastic box and is powered by electricity, with an energy-saving bulb inside. Soon our solar lighted street house address numbers will be available to be even more economic and power saving.
These lighted house signs are fitted with an energy saving bulb or LED. Illuminated signage for residential street numbers can be seen at a long distance.
This idea of litten street numbers sarted as early as the late 19′s and have been manufactured for the building industry since 1978. The illuminable plastic box called the Manorlight aims to prevent criminal activities and assist reaction services responding to calls from those who need assistance by cutting the time needed to find addresses.
When the lighted street number or illuminated house number is switched on, the street house number can be seen several metres away. Illuminated numbers can be be linked to your alarm system so that it signal with flashes when your house alarm is activated.
South African authorities have been approached on numerous occasions and were not keen on the idea of lighted house numbers.
In February 2005 the owner of Manorlight Products read a notice in the Government Gazette “made it mandatory to have a clearly visible house number displayed on all housing,” he says, adding that some city councils started enforcing this law by cutting the power to premises without visible street numbers.
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