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The Neon Bulb was used to replace the incandescent bulb in electrical equipment. First in a series of Neon Bulb projects to re-introduce the NE2 component. 110 to ...
All the parts can be had from Old junk equipment OR Radio Shack OR Mouser Electronics OR What ever source you normally use.
Danger High Voltage. This is not the last word in High Voltage Safety. Go read more about it on the World Wide Net or your public library. Better ...
This is the schematic used to make a Neon Indicator. Just 4 parts: 1) NE2 Bulb 2) .03uF Capacitor @ 200v. 3) 15 AWG Wire 4) 2 wire ...
Take the .03uF 200v. capacitor. Choose a lead. Take the NE2 Bulb. Choose a lead. Solder the capacitor lead to the NE2 lead. Take the un-used capacitor lead ...
Update: 3/1/2013 1) Neon Lamp Blinker 2) Two Alternating Neon Lamps Blinking 3) Earth Checker 4) Fuse Monitor These circuits were designed for use at 220V so you ...
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