I'm almost afraid to ask. Why do we need motion sensors in the showers?
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Date: February 10, 1986 10:50
BOB FRYE ASKED ME TO WARN YOU THAT THE ELECTRICIAN WILL BE INSTALLING MOTION SENSORS IN THE SHOWERS TODAY.
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Date: February 10, 1986 11:06
I'm almost afraid to ask. Why do we need motion sensors in the showers? My preference would be remote control tv cameras conected to the big screen i tv. RLO
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Date: February 10, 1986 16:19
I,too,am a bit leary to ask,yet wildly curious about exactly what motion, or motions should we be on the look-out for. And,for that matter,where else might these motions be sensed; or are we talkin' strictly shower dwellers.
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Date: February 10, 1986 16:32
Alright folks, I got the scoop from our friendly local electrician... I, too was a bit curious about motion sensors in the showers. I thought, maybe water conservation; you know, when you stopped moving around in the shower, the water automatically shut off (or maybe set off an alarm to warn others that you had passed out under water after a long run). Well it's really nothing all that newsworthy. There will be motion sensors in all of the restrooms (not just the showers). When the restroom is unoccupied for 10 minutes, the lights will automatically shut off in order to conserve energy (of course this could happen if you remain very still in the room also!) Anyway, according to my sources the job will not be finished until sometime tomorrow. --Linda
Feb 10, 1986