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  1. Thread: Street Lights

    by Mke
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    Re: Street Lights

    Adam,

    Inducing works, you just have to keep in mind the other utilities that can be in the area. On one of our streets we have the street light wire running within 6" of a 2" steel gas and a...
  2. Thread: Street Lights

    by Mke
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    Re: Street Lights

    thanks for qualifying the statement. If you have experience in locating you have probably done this from time to time to get a signal. I just didn't want any noobs trying to do this to things they...
  3. Thread: Street Lights

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    Re: Street Lights

    I love you PL, but I think we should refrain from some of these suggestions because some people shouldn't be "skinning" neutral wires on street lights. You as a lead should understand that half of...
  4. Thread: Street Lights

    by Mke
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    Re: Street Lights

    No fair bringing up induction. The 810 like the pipe horn induces great and can typically locate street lights or site lighting real well. However, I believe in certian situations this ability will...
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    Re: Street Lights

    The connection to the metal door usually only works if that door is connected to the ground somehow. You can always hook to the bolts holding the pole inplace. Typically the ground wire will be...
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