My local authority are on an upgrade programme to change out most of the sodium discharge lamps replacing the heads with LEDS modules - good for carbon emissions, decent light quality, reduced costs for the authority and ultimately the local tax payers. They have bee doing some close to me, and fairly soon I foresee the two closest ones being upgraded.
However, my dropwire almost rests on the head and thus very close to the electronics module with a potential for interference/noise and knowing what small, admittedly cheap, Christmas lights can do, the prospect is a little worrying.
Any comments welcomed. And I have stats and speedtests done on a regular basis so that if there is an issue I will be able to prove the lights are causing interference and hopefully then get them to resolve it.
M H C
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