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100W HomeFinder Flashing Light Control

100W HomeFinder Flashing Light Control
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    • Turn light off then on quickly and light will continue flashing for 20 minutes to help visitors or emergency personnel locate your home
    • 100W rating
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    How will an ambulance find your house in an emergency?
    We offer a simple solution that installs in seconds: the HomeFinder Flashing Light Control by AmerTac. Simply screw this simple lighting control into your existing porch light and insert a standard light bulb. Then, in an emergency, simply flip your light switch off then on quickly and your standard bulb will flash continuously for 20 minutes.

    Similar products, such as the Home Beacon or 911 Beacon, have the flashing mechanism imbedded within the light bulb. The Home Beacon or 911 Beacon cost $19.95 each and last for only 2000 hours (that means the Home Beacon or 911 Beacon must be replaced every 200 days burning 10 hours per night). The Home Beacon or 911 Beacon will cost you almost $40 per year while the HomeFinder Flashing Light Control costs just $12.95 and uses standard (cheap) light bulbs.

    Other products involve replacing your existing light switch with a new switching mechanism to control your 911 emergency lighting. The HomeFinder Flashing Light Control may be installed by anyone who can screw in a light bulb, and will not require installation by an electrician. Your new 911 emergency lighting can be installed within seconds of delivery, and you can breath easier right away knowing that your 911 emergency light will shave valuable seconds off the time it can take an ambulance to find your house.

    Another feature of the HomeFinder Flashing Light Control is a built in dawn-to-dusk sensor that allows your HomeFinder to act as a standard/automatic porch light.

    The HomeFinder Flashing Light Control is an ideal gift for seniors, those with existing medical conditions, children, and well, just about anyone. Simply, 911 emergency lighting saves lives. Get 911 emergency lighting for yourself and your loved ones right away.

    Outdoor/Indoor 911 Emergency Light Control Instructions
    This outdoor/indoor 911 Light Control will automatically turn your lights on at dusk and off at dawn. Plus,
    flipping your light switch "OFF", then "ON", activates the 911 emergency light flasher feature causing your
    bulb to flash on and off. This feature can make it easier for emergency vehicles to locate your home.
    1. Screw the 911 HomeFinder Flashing Light Control unit into lamp socket.
    2. Screw light bulb into the 911 HomeFinder Light Control unit.
    3. Rotate photocell opening to face a strong source of daylight, but away from any artificial or reflected light source.
    4. Turn on switch used to control lamp. The 911 HomeFinder Light Control will turn your light on at dusk and off at dawn automatically.
    5. In case of an emergency, flip the light switch where your 911 HomeFinder Light Control is connected "OFF", then "ON", and watch the bulb blink on and off repeatedly, making it easier or emergency vehicles to locate your home.
    6. To stop your bulb from blinking, simply flip your light switch "OFF" for 15 seconds and then "ON" again.
    7. For testing the 911 HomeFinder Light Control unit during daytime, covering the lens firmly with black tape should light the bulb. At night, shining a flashlight at the lens should turn the light off.
    Caution: Do not exceed lamp wattage specified on lamp fixture.
    Note: This product uses incandescent and fluorescent bulbs. Use 100 Watts or less if bulb is installed pointing up or 60 Watts or less if bulb is installed pointing down (see diagram on package). Do not use this control with another light control or dimmer in the same circuit. Do not use with yellow "bug light" bulb.