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From: "Phil Allison"
Subject: Re: battery operated neon light please help if you can
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Date: Thu, 2 Jan 2003 21:00:47 +1100
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wrote in message
> Phil Allison wrote:
> > "Gerry Schneider" wrote in message
> > news:3E13F782.6ECB3F2D@sympatico.ca...
> >> "email@example.com" wrote:
> >> > does anyone have a good schematic with a pcb (possibly) for a battery
> >> > operated neon light??? please send it to deloungeomaticAThotmail.com
> >> > remove and replace AT with @ of course!
> >> 90V battery, resistor and neon bulb, all in series. If voltage too low,
> >> of the 90V batteries in series.
> > ** The term "neon light" is not the same as neon bulb I fear.
> > The OP is possibly after a supply to run a neon tube display.
> Very true, the OP should use several 90V batteries in series, instead of
** Oh Really ? 90 volt dry batteries ( for tube radios) went out in
A neon display tube may requie 20 kV to kick off.
I assume you jest ?
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