This invention relates generally to lighting and guidance systems and particularly to those utilized in flush mounting within the surfaces of roadways, airport runways, sidewalks or other similar surfaces. Background of the Invention. For many years, the need for convenience and safety in various human facilities and environments fostered the use of illumination to provide guidance and direction. This need is particularly critical in environments tended to remain poorly illuminated or dark as well as indoor and outdoor environments during evening and night hours. From earliest illumination systems using crude candles and gas lamps through the development of electrical lamps such as incandescent, fluorescent or neon and the like, the trend has been toward creating illumination apparatus which functions to provide visual direction and guidance for the observer or traveler.
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