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Electromagnetic radiation assembly

Image Number 8 for United States Patent #7008091.

An electromagnetic radiation assembly is described and which includes, a supporting substrate having a region through which visibly discernable electromagnetic radiation forming a signal may pass; first and second electromagnetic radiation emitters are provided and which are positioned adjacent to one of the surfaces defined by the substrate, and which, when energized, emit electromagnetic radiation; and a single reflector is disposed in eccentric reflecting relation relative to the first and second electromagnetic radiation emitters, and wherein emitted electromagnetic radiation is reflected by the single reflector and passes through the supporting substrate region which passes electromagnetic radiation, in different directions.

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