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Subject: neon/plasma light saber effect;cicuit driver
Posted by: Dave
E-mail: dsdjp(at)rmplc(dot)co(dot)uk(no spam)
hi, i'm in the uk england
> does anyone out there now how to construct a battery operated driver to light a neon tube (using a single electrode)to light up from end to end for a light saber visual effect.
these units are available from the web site below (but postage from US is expensive)
>they give circuit plans, but i can't source the D40D5 npn HF power tab
> transitor or a "high frequency" oscillator transformer ~200kHz, centre tapped in a small package.(any equivalents?)
> please pass message on to anyone who you think can help........thanks
> d.smith firstname.lastname@example.org
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