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Sequential Flashing L.E.D. Electric Art Pictures Rechargeable Batteries

Lasts Up To 10 Hours with No Cord!
Comes with Charger and 3-AA Rechargeable Batteries!
"Roxie Picture Palace"
Roxie Movie Theatre - Neon LED picture electric art gallery accessories montreal abcbilliardplus.com
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Actual L.E.D. sequential lighting effect is even more elaborate.
Electric and exciting…Our “electric art” gallery depicts scenes from past glory days and forever immortalizes some of your favorite fallen heroes. Electrify your guests with one of our nostalgic electric art framed pieces featuring neon and sequentially flashing LED accents. Sports, muscle car, diner and classic movie hero themes feature Marilyn Monroe, James Dean, Elvis Presley and Humphrey Bogart. Nostalgic scenes harken back to the fabulous 50's.  The graphic work makes these the finest on the market. All frames are textured black over anodized aluminum and surely deserve to illuminate your home or business, game room, bar or kitchen…
You will love being taken back in time to your hometown movie theatre with this splendid design by artist Helen Flint.
Lighting Effects: 32 sequentially flashing yellow L.E.D. lights on the top of the cinema marquis. 22 sequentially flashing blue, red, white and green L.E.D. lights  around the marquis' facade. 1 flashing yellow L.E.D. light  inside the gate. 6 yellow L.E.D. lights  as light posts. 2 big white L.E.D. lights as cars head lights. 2 red L.E.D. lights as back lights. 20 yellow L.E.D. lights on the top of the cinema marquis.
Size: 18" x 24" ( 48cm x 61cm)
 
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Electric Art pictures are framed wall art enhanced with special lighting effects including Neon, L.E.D. lights, 'Mini-Lights' (screw-in incandescent bulbs) and fiber optics. These lights are installed permanently into the picture and, generally, accent the appearance of lights and other objects featured in the actual scene. Not all pictures feature every lighting effect. Each picture is powered by a small AC wall adaptor (included) that plugs into any standard household electrical outlet. Our L.E.D. frames also now include 3xAA rechargeable batteries which allow your picture to remain lit for up to 10 hours without the adaptor cord.
 
1) Describe the (4) types of special lighting effects that may be used in Electric Art pictures.
A) L.E.D. lights: Stands for "light emitting diodes". These are small colored lights similar to the lights used in cell phones, clock radios, etc. Colors are generally limited to red, yellow or green. These lights are soldered together internally behind the picture face and can only be replaced at the factory. L.E.D. lights have an approximate lifespan of 100,000 hours or 10 years of continuous use.
B) Mini-Lights: Some pictures have miniature screw-in light bulbs which screw into the front side of the picture just like a regular light bulb. The bulbs you'll need, along with one extra spare bulb are placed in a small plastic bag taped to the rear side of the picture.
C) Neon Tubes: These are tubes containing a small amount of actual neon gas just like the lighting seen on many commercial store fronts and window signs. What is Neon and how does it work? These are naturally occurring rarified gases contained within a glass tube that when electrified produce colorful characteristic glows. These gases occur naturally in the atmosphere and are not toxic or harmful. The neon tubes are powered by an internal UL approved solid-state transformer. Each tube is generally very sturdy however when broken they can only be replaced at the factory.
D) Fiber Optics: This lighting effect is created by the reflection or 'internal transmission' of light through an optical fiber. One end of the fiber points to a light source, contained inside the picture, and the other end pokes visibly through the picture face.
 
2) How long do the lights last? And what happens when they fail?
Electric Art pictures use up to (4) different kinds of lights -- Fiber Optics, L.E.D.s, Miniature Incandescent Lights and or Neon. They all last quite a long time so their lifespan should not be a great concern. See the table below for individual lifespan ratings. These are figures based on factory design and testing. Note: the expected life span is not the same as the product warranty.
 
Type of Light .................Expected Life ........Product Warranty ..............Replacement Source
Mini Lights (bulbs)*......... 3-5 years ............5 years (bulbs only) ......... ..Electric Art or Radio Shack
L.E.D. Lights ...................10 years ............6 months after purchase. .....Permanently Installed**
Neon Tubes .....................5-10 years ........6 months after purchase ......Permanently Installed**
Fiber Optics ....................10 years ............6 months after purchase ......Permanently Installed**
 
*Note:    Replacement bulbs can also be obtained at any Radio Shack store. Customers should ask for their 12volt lamp - part #272-1143.
**Note: These lighting components are permanently installed into each picture. Replacement of the lighting source requires a return of the picture to the factory.
 
3) How can I hide the cord coming from the AC wall adaptor?
As mentioned above an AC wall adaptor plugs into the back of the picture and has a thin white power cord that hangs down the wall. This is how the lights in the picture get their power. The cord is white to blend in with most wall decor and avoid an obvious appearance. If you prefer another color for the cord it is perfectly OK to paint the power cord to match your wall color. Use any standard latex paint. For those who still wish to hide the cord altogether there is another option. At your own risk, you can make a hole in the wall directly behind the planned picture location and run the cord down on the opposite side of the wall to a nearby electrical outlet. Or, you can run the cord down "inside" the wall - making another small hole in the wall at floor level so the cord can re-emerge and then route to the nearest electric outlet. In this manner, the cord is completely hidden.
Note: Care must be taken to avoid (vertical) studs in the wall and "cross-blocks" which are small pieces.
 
4) Can these pictures run on batteries?
JUST ARRIVED! Now our new LED Electric Art pictures can run on 3-AA rechargeable batteries included with every  electric art frame which allow your picture to remain lit for up to 10 hours without the adaptor cord. Neon Art Pictures require the use of the A.C. wall  adaptor (included).
 
5) What is the warranty on the Electric Art pictures? And how can I obtain service if needed?
Products are warranted for six months from the date of purchase. During this time we will repair or replace, at its option, any products which fail during normal use as a result of defects in materials or workmanship. To exercise the warranty the end user may return products directly to the ABC  Billiard Plus. Before returning an item directly to the ABC  Billiard Plus., the purchaser must first contact us and obtain a Return Merchandise Authorization or RMA#.  The purchaser is then responsible for returning the item to the ABC  Billiard Plus with the RMA# written on the outside of the box. Upon receipt, your picture will be inspected and repaired and generally returned with no further cost to you. If the item is not covered under warranty you will be contacted promptly with our advice and options regarding the problem. The manufacturer cannot repair scratches or cosmetic damage of any kind that result from consumer use or return.
 
6) Can Electric Art pictures be used in other Countries?
Yes they can - however a different AC wall adaptor may be required. Different countries often have slightly different electric voltages and mechanical (plug) standards which the AC wall adaptor must be designed to match. The U.S., Canada and Mexico, for instance, generally operate at 120v and use the same style wall plug combination. Most countries In Europe use a different voltage and wall plug scheme. England however uses its own special format which is different from the rest of Europe. Australia and Japan also have their own individual formats. In summary, these pictures will work anywhere - the customer just has to have the right AC wall adaptor.
 
7) Troubleshooting Tips; When pictures don't light up properly the following information will be useful:
 
----Try these suggestions when the picture does not light up at all (NO LIGHTS WHATSOEVER):
A) Generally, the cause is because the picture is not getting power for some reason. Check to make sure the adaptor is plugged into a wall socket that is a working 110v electrical outlet - and also that the adaptor is firmly plugged in to the jack on the back of the picture.
B) Make sure the push button toggle switch located on the bottom of the frame is set in (ON position).
C) Verify that you are using the right adaptor. The larger adaptor for Neon Pictures (see label) should not be used with any other kind of picture. The plug on this adaptor has a slightly larger internal diameter and does not make a solid connection when plugged into any picture that does not have neon.
D) It is possible that the adaptor is not working (i.e. bad adaptor) - another cause for the picture not receiving power. If possible, check the picture with an adaptor that is known to be working and plugged into an outlet that is known to be active.
E) If none of these remedies are successful then the picture may have an internal problem that requires factory repair. Contact us for further instructions.
 
 
 
 
Electric Art pictures are framed wall art enhanced with special lighting effects including Neon, L.E.D. lights, 'Mini-Lights' (screw-in incandescent bulbs) and fiber optics. These lights are installed permanently into the picture and, generally, accent the appearance of lights and other objects featured in the actual scene. Not all pictures feature every lighting effect. Each picture is powered by a small AC wall adaptor (included) that plugs into any standard household electrical outlet. Our L.E.D. frames also now include 3xAA rechargeable batteries which allow your picture to remain lit for up to 10 hours without the adaptor cord.
 
1) Describe the (4) types of special lighting effects that may be used in Electric Art pictures.
A) L.E.D. lights: Stands for "light emitting diodes". These are small colored lights similar to the lights used in cell phones, clock radios, etc. Colors are generally limited to red, yellow or green. These lights are soldered together internally behind the picture face and can only be replaced at the factory. L.E.D. lights have an approximate lifespan of 100,000 hours or 10 years of continuous use.
B) Mini-Lights: Some pictures have miniature screw-in light bulbs which screw into the front side of the picture just like a regular light bulb. The bulbs you'll need, along with one extra spare bulb are placed in a small plastic bag taped to the rear side of the picture.
C) Neon Tubes: These are tubes containing a small amount of actual neon gas just like the lighting seen on many commercial store fronts and window signs. What is Neon and how does it work? These are naturally occurring rarified gases contained within a glass tube that when electrified produce colorful characteristic glows. These gases occur naturally in the atmosphere and are not toxic or harmful. The neon tubes are powered by an internal UL approved solid-state transformer. Each tube is generally very sturdy however when broken they can only be replaced at the factory.
D) Fiber Optics: This lighting effect is created by the reflection or 'internal transmission' of light through an optical fiber. One end of the fiber points to a light source, contained inside the picture, and the other end pokes visibly through the picture face.
 
2) How long do the lights last? And what happens when they fail?
Electric Art pictures use up to (4) different kinds of lights -- Fiber Optics, L.E.D.s, Miniature Incandescent Lights and or Neon. They all last quite a long time so their lifespan should not be a great concern. See the table below for individual lifespan ratings. These are figures based on factory design and testing. Note: the expected life span is not the same as the product warranty.
 
Type of Light .................Expected Life ........Product Warranty ..............Replacement Source
Mini Lights (bulbs)*......... 3-5 years ............5 years (bulbs only) ......... ..Electric Art or Radio Shack
L.E.D. Lights ...................10 years ............6 months after purchase. .....Permanently Installed**
Neon Tubes .....................5-10 years ........6 months after purchase ......Permanently Installed**
Fiber Optics ....................10 years ............6 months after purchase ......Permanently Installed**
 
*Note:    Replacement bulbs can also be obtained at any Radio Shack store. Customers should ask for their 12volt lamp - part #272-1143.
**Note: These lighting components are permanently installed into each picture. Replacement of the lighting source requires a return of the picture to the factory.
 
3) How can I hide the cord coming from the AC wall adaptor?
As mentioned above an AC wall adaptor plugs into the back of the picture and has a thin white power cord that hangs down the wall. This is how the lights in the picture get their power. The cord is white to blend in with most wall decor and avoid an obvious appearance. If you prefer another color for the cord it is perfectly OK to paint the power cord to match your wall color. Use any standard latex paint. For those who still wish to hide the cord altogether there is another option. At your own risk, you can make a hole in the wall directly behind the planned picture location and run the cord down on the opposite side of the wall to a nearby electrical outlet. Or, you can run the cord down "inside" the wall - making another small hole in the wall at floor level so the cord can re-emerge and then route to the nearest electric outlet. In this manner, the cord is completely hidden.
Note: Care must be taken to avoid (vertical) studs in the wall and "cross-blocks" which are small pieces.
 
4) Can these pictures run on batteries?
JUST ARRIVED! Now our new LED Electric Art pictures can run on 3-AA rechargeable batteries included with every  electric art frame which allow your picture to remain lit for up to 10 hours without the adaptor cord. Neon Art Pictures require the use of the A.C. wall  adaptor (included).
 
5) What is the warranty on the Electric Art pictures? And how can I obtain service if needed?
Products are warranted for six months from the date of purchase. During this time we will repair or replace, at its option, any products which fail during normal use as a result of defects in materials or workmanship. To exercise the warranty the end user may return products directly to the ABC  Billiard Plus. Before returning an item directly to the ABC  Billiard Plus., the purchaser must first contact us and obtain a Return Merchandise Authorization or RMA#.  The purchaser is then responsible for returning the item to the ABC  Billiard Plus with the RMA# written on the outside of the box. Upon receipt, your picture will be inspected and repaired and generally returned with no further cost to you. If the item is not covered under warranty you will be contacted promptly with our advice and options regarding the problem. The manufacturer cannot repair scratches or cosmetic damage of any kind that result from consumer use or return.
 
6) Can Electric Art pictures be used in other Countries?
Yes they can - however a different AC wall adaptor may be required. Different countries often have slightly different electric voltages and mechanical (plug) standards which the AC wall adaptor must be designed to match. The U.S., Canada and Mexico, for instance, generally operate at 120v and use the same style wall plug combination. Most countries In Europe use a different voltage and wall plug scheme. England however uses its own special format which is different from the rest of Europe. Australia and Japan also have their own individual formats. In summary, these pictures will work anywhere - the customer just has to have the right AC wall adaptor.
 
7) Troubleshooting Tips; When pictures don't light up properly the following information will be useful:
 
----Try these suggestions when the picture does not light up at all (NO LIGHTS WHATSOEVER):
A) Generally, the cause is because the picture is not getting power for some reason. Check to make sure the adaptor is plugged into a wall socket that is a working 110v electrical outlet - and also that the adaptor is firmly plugged in to the jack on the back of the picture.
B) Make sure the push button toggle switch located on the bottom of the frame is set in (ON position).
C) Verify that you are using the right adaptor. The larger adaptor for Neon Pictures (see label) should not be used with any other kind of picture. The plug on this adaptor has a slightly larger internal diameter and does not make a solid connection when plugged into any picture that does not have neon.
D) It is possible that the adaptor is not working (i.e. bad adaptor) - another cause for the picture not receiving power. If possible, check the picture with an adaptor that is known to be working and plugged into an outlet that is known to be active.
E) If none of these remedies are successful then the picture may have an internal problem that requires factory repair. Contact us for further instructions.
 
 
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