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A swirling neon glow lamp, inside a lighted switch for turning on the lighting at the staircase of the building where my mother lives

A swirling neon glow lamp, inside a lighted switch for turning on the lighting at the staircase of the building where my mother lives


The negative glow inside the neon lamp, swirling. Why?
The switch being pushed up to turn on the light of the staircase, and it released down by itself. After several time, a timer switch turns off the lighting automatically.

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Sep 09, 2013 at 05:08 AM Author: rjluna2
The reason why it swirling is because the lower current covering the area of these electrodes as it allows. In other words, when this discharge lamp is underdriven, it tends to swirl looking for the least surface area resistance. If you shine a light at the swirling stop. Try it.

Pretty, please no more Chinese failure.

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