Security methods for laser projectors with cable, wall flanges or spring clips

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Preventing theft of your landscape lighting is a potential concern in public locations, so we have suggestions for you here.
Protecting your BlissLights SPRIGHT and other landscape lasers is important when it is displayed on your front lawn or any public location.
Here are some systems to consider:

1 – By adding a cable to a stake that you drive into the ground. For added security you can use a posthole digger and a longer piece of rebar bent at the bottom and pour concrete around it.

With a lead cable clasp the cable is locked to the spright, although it could be dismantled with a hex wrench and patience. Drilling a hole thru the upper projector portion would be even more secure.

By drilling a hole thru the rebar the cable is attached there with a loop and lead cable locking clasp smashed closed.

2- Purchase a wall flange from us for the Spright series to replace the stake and mount the unit overhead out of reach.
1-2 in. wall flange for spright3- Purchase a BlissLights Clip from us and attach it to a branch, pole or railing overhead out of reach. There are two sizes of threaded clips with one for the Spright series and another for the 16 color LED.

BlissLights Clip

BlissLights Clip

Here are other options:



~ by on May 19, 2012.

3 Responses to “Security methods for laser projectors with cable, wall flanges or spring clips”

  1. How I can order two of these cable stake?

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