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Small Russian Neons

Small Russian Neons

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These are number TN-0,2-2 striking volts 85v view from the lens end, dark area is normal and not through use. Do not know maker and intended for DC but will work well on AC.

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Light Information

Manufacturer:?
Model Reference:TN-0,2-2
Lamp
Lamp Type:Neon
Filament/Radiator Type:ring and flat shape electrodes
Base:MES torch bulb size E10/13
Shape/Finish:Tubular clear lens end
Service Life:200 hrs shown on blurb
Electrical
Wattage:Very low
Voltage:keep well below 100v and use resistor
Current:0.25a
Physical/Production
Dimensions:34.5mm dia 9.5mm
Factory Location:Russia
Fabrication Date:Unknown
Application/Use:Indicator

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120/240VAC @ 60HZ


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Oct 03, 2020 at 06:11 PM Author: LampLover
Cool!
I just love these miniature neon lamps I have a power strip with a yellow neon lamp I got it around 7 years ago (it is a older metal strip I replaced the outlets and the switch) the neon started flickering about 1.5 months ago that is sad. I gotten another power center (under monitor intended for the old AT computers with the hard on/off not the newer ATX with soft-off) that thing has to be over 30 years old and all six neon indicators are still as bright as they were on day 1

Also welcome back migette1! I have not seen you post pictures in quite a long time

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