I have used these devices - although in the 8' version - on a carnival ride
many years ago.
For the application that Richard is considering (backlighting Women's
Weekly ad on a P car) I would have thought that an array of LEDs would be a
far better solution.
Mal Rowe - who remembers the kids on the ride seeing the ballasts explode
thought it was parts of the special effects
On Tue, Mar 12, 2019 at 8:46 AM Matthew Geier matthew@...>
> Intended for explosive environments as no 'spark' is needed to start the
> Rated at 100v. I guess you put 3 in series with 3 series incandescent
> for current limiting....
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