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The Solid Cast Brass 4 inch. Floating House Numbers offers an elegant hand finish in antique pewter. The house numbers can be mounted either flush with the wall or you can leave the mounting screws partially out of the holes for a floating number effect. No holes or unsightly screw heads are shown.
The backlit LED house number by PRO-DF will make your address visible, day and night. It features an elegant satin nickel finish and the latest LED technology. The backlit design improves considerably the visibility at night (visible over 100 feet) and offers a nice contemporary glow behind the number. The light is projected onto the address plaque or onto the wall surface, depending on the installation. On the back, it has built-in spacers raising the number 1/2 inch from the surface, for a unique floating effect. Made from high quality zinc along with frosted ABS plastic. The LED house number is completely weatherproof and rustproof, it will resist to our harsh weather conditions. Proudly designed in Canada. Low Voltage - 12 to 18V. Address plaques and optional wires are sold separately. Instruction, drilling template and hardware are included.
The Power Supply for LED Backlit Numbers is designed to connect and power your LED numbers (wall mount installation - type C). This cable is not intended for address plaques (#AL69003 and #AL69005). ONLY use this cable when doing the installation type C, which consists of installing the numbers directly on the exterior wall/outdoor siding (brick, stone, wood, or any other surface). It features a fast connection system, simply press and connect the low-voltage wires into the connection board. Then, plug the other extremity into a wall outlet inside the house (120 V). You can power up to 6 LED backlit numbers. 6 foot length.
The Power Cord for LED Backlit Numbers is designed to connect and power the address plaques #AL69003 and #AL69005. This cable is intended for the address plaques use ONLY. Installation type B: which consists of installing the numbers on the address plaque. Connect the plaque 120V wires to the power cord bare wires using the twist-on connector (included). Then, plug the power cord extremity into a wall outlet inside the house (120 V). It features a 6 foot long cable and a 3-prong plug (with ground). Very easy to install.