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I've bought some 90w incandescent bulbs to save for use in my outside IR motion detection security light. The current CFL bulbs commonly available are terrible in cold weather for security lights.
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Try halogens. You can save half the waste right there. Or leds.

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Thanks all of you for your ideas!
Optocouplers could do the job...and hacking led signs for controlling is a quite interesting thought!
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Hi Guys!
I know it's been a long time - but i always like to see what happens to the projects some people come up with - and i also want to share this with you! This was the solution:
http://sigma-shop.com/category/17/rs485-relays.html

Have fun!


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