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NOMA 2124

NOMA 2124

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NOMA 2124 24 light set. One of the first U.S. miniature light set. These used tiny screw bases which had an aggravating tendancy to work loose.

The paint did not hold up so they would typically put them in plastic refectors so they'd still have color even when the paint had flaked. Ultimately the European designed friction push-in plastic bases would take over. The lamps were rated at 6 volts for a 20 light set, but were also used in 24 and 30 light sets, where they'd burn dimmer but last longer. When I got this in the mail I had to tighten a dozen of them to get it to light.

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Light Information

Electrical
Wattage:13.7
Voltage:6

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Dec 26, 2018 at 09:43 AM Author: rjluna2
Nice, mdcastle. They are Lilliput Edison Screw (E5). I have a few strings in my collection posted at Strings of Lilliput Edison Screw Christmas Lights.

Pretty, please no more Chinese failure.

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