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Re: RE: Neon!!!
Original poster: "by way of Terry Fritz <twftesla-at-qwest-dot-net>" <network-at-neXband-dot-com>
I'll keep a watch on that. I know that I would miss my poor old coil and
tiny shop if I burned it down due to carelessness:)
I'm gonna try connecting that neon tube to some kind of induction coil
or some various other things in order to light it up from greater
distances. I guess I'm just gonna play till I stumble upon something.
Anyone have any ideas?
>Original poster: "david baehr by way of Terry Fritz "
>Be careful where the other end of the tube is......With the second coil I
>ever built ,about 1990, I let the arcs stike one end of the neon tube and
>didn't look at the other....arcs came out the other end and started some
>paper on fire. This was an old cardboard form, pvc wire, glass plate cap
>air T.coil........stone age
>>From: "Tesla list"
>>Subject: RE: Neon!!!
>>Date: Mon, 20 May 2002 07:58:44 -0600
>>Original poster: "Christopher Rutherford by way of Terry Fritz "
>>will try too, Have a buch of tubes that came with my nst's
>>From: Tesla list [mailto:tesla-at-pupman-dot-com]
>>Sent: Monday, 20 May 2002 3:06 PM
>>Original poster: "Gregg Adams by way of Terry Fritz
>>I placed a neon light(tube only) a few feet away from my coil tonight.
>>blows florescent lights away! It easily lights up even at low power and
>>to the neon tube really lights it up bright. Try it, it's cool!!!