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Subject: Re: Flickering Candlelight Effect??
Date: Thu, 2 Jan 2003 00:26:20 -0000
NNTP-Posting-Date: 2 Jan 2003 00:25:47 GMT
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> Jim Thompson wrote:
>> I seem to recall a thread about simulating a flickering candle. At
>> the time I had no interest.
>> Now we've been given a very nice set of steel Christmas carolers
>> about 3' high, each caroler holding a music book and a candle holder.
>> Candles would never stay lit in the breezy Arizona December, so I'm
>> thinking of simulating a candle with LED's (or could be
>> Any ideas?
> A few ideas at Flickering Lights:
Why don't sites stay put for ever? :(
One circuit used a hex inverter (4069) to provide 3 oscillators, feeding
a power transistor. Marginal differences in frequency gave the flicker.
I'll stick my copy on alt.bin.schem.el
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