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  1. Default Industrial style lighting 
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    Anyone know where to get industrial style looking lighting. I, for the life of me cannot find the vendor I once saw advertising some "caged" style lighting. Doesn't really matter whether it is LED, low voltage or 110 just really need the fixtures. Thanks.



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    Loews and Home Depot have had a good seletion of industrial looking fixtures:

    http://www.lowes.com/pd_262469-17771...K_4294774706__

    or

    http://www.lowes.com/pd_100698-18573-LW525_4294774706__

    I can usually find these locally.

    I swear I've seen something like this at Home Depot/Lowes as well:
    http://www.google.com/products/catal...wAA#ps-sellers
    Last edited by Horror Master; 08-02-2012 at 04:13 PM.
     

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    What is your target price range, and how many do you need ?
     

  4. Default Lighting 
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    Hey Allen,
    Looking for about 30-35 hallway fixtures for my fire corridor. Like to keep it in the $25.00 each range.



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  6. Default Thanks 
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    Hey thanks Allen. They've got some interesting things on there!



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    I've used some lights like this in the past. Painted the inside of the globe red, inserted a flasher button and hooked up a 110v intermittent buzzer. Used a motion sensor from some flood lights to activate it. Made for a great warning alarm.

    This style of lighting can be used in a number of sets. Just my two cents...
     

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    http://menards.com/main/outdoor/outd...824-c-6397.htm

    Best priced cage light fixture I could find. I bought 10 of them last season.
    Brian Warner
    Owner of Evilusions www.EVILUSIONS.com
    Technical Director of Forsaken Haunted House www.Forsakenhaunt.com
    Mechanical Designer (animatronics) at Gore Galore www.Gore-Galore.com
     

  9. Default Thanks! 
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    that's a great price! I also, on advice found on here, went to Lowes website...couldn't believe all the cool vintage style wall lights they have available from Portfolio lighting and very reasonable! I called Portfolio directly to make sure they weren't for "Residential Use Only", (which their not) my electrician says if they were they wouldn't fly by our inspectors! They are all UL listed for indoor or outdoor use...check them out!



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    I have purchased a lot of the PAR 38 can lights from places like guitar center. They are relatively cheap and you can insert gels for colors. Better yet you can also hook them up to a light board if you want to do that in the future. If not you can always go the home made route with dimmer switches wired in line to the power source.

    http://www.guitarcenter.com/Elation-...64-i1155628.gc

    PAR-38 T4 Light.jpg

    Hope this helps!

    Ryan
     

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