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Solar Motion Announces High Demand for LED Outdoor Security Lights

The company’s in-demand solar powered lighting system is excellent for any remote location and offers security and convenience. A single charge provides enough power for 8 hours of non-continuous lighting.

July 15, 2014 – Outdoor lighting supplier Solar Motion has pointed out that demand is high for its leading product, the LED Outdoor Security Lights. The company has also reported multiple orders from the same buyers. Customers have chosen to order lights for locations that is difficult to connect to mains A/C power. These lights are ideal for garage areas, patios, gardens, BBQ spots, and more.

Also, the products offer optimum security for patio, backyards, and clothing lines. Users immediately know if a person is prowelling around outside. The adjustable motion detector will trigger the light immediately if an unsuspecting person is out there.

The company’s automated light source is also beneficial as the nights get longer heading into autumn and winter. Lighting up garages and backyards, the product offers optimum illumination for as long as it’s on. There are 60 diodes in total contained in each light. The unit retains enough charge during the day to operate for 20 seconds, up to 500 times throughout the night. Illumination time can be set anywhere from 10 to 240 seconds.

This high selling product is also durable. A weatherproof design features ABS plastic and aluminum, so the light, solar panel, and battery can tolerate hot and cold, rain or snow. It is built to be installed outdoors and last. It’s also possible to position the solar panel several feet away so the actual area illuminated does not have to be in direct sunlight.

Installation calls for just a few tools and no specialist help is required. The complete system weighs just two pounds and users can add this versatile lighting product anywhere they need extra light and don’t have a power connection. Integrated settings enable users to set sensitivity and sensing distances based on their requirements.

LSU Press Releases “Defining Culinary Authority: The Transformation of Cooking in France, 1650-1830”

Jennifer J. Davis Provides the First Archive-Driven Analysis of French Culinary Trades

In the 18th and 19th centuries, French cooks began to claim central roles in defining and enforcing taste, as well as in educating their diners to changing standards. Tracing the transformation of culinary trades in France during the Revolutionary era, Jennifer J. Davis argues in “Defining Culinary Authority: The Transformation of Cooking in France, 1650-1830,” available this month from LSU Press, that the work of cultivating sensibility in food was not simply an elite matter; it was essential to the livelihood of thousands of men and women.

Combining rigorous archival research with social history and cultural studies, Davis analyzes the development of cooking aesthetics and practices by examining the propagation of taste, the training of cooks, and the policing of the culinary marketplace in the name of safety and good taste. French cooks formed their profession through a series of debates intimately connected to broader Enlightenment controversies over education, cuisine, law, science and service.

Though cooks assumed prominence within the culinary public sphere, the unique literary genre of gastronomy replaced the Old Regime guild police in the wake of the French Revolution as individual diners began to rethink cooks’ authority. The question of who wielded culinary influence – and thus shaped standards of taste – continued to reverberate throughout society into the early 19th century.

This remarkable study illustrates how culinary discourse affected French national identity within the country and around the globe, where elite cuisine bears the imprint of the country’s techniques and labor organization.

Davis is an assistant professor of history at the University of Oklahoma.

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