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Thread: simple D/A for 500W AC?
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picon face BY : Ken Parkyn email (remove spam text)



>Does anyone know of an easy way to control the voltage on a 120VAC line? I
>need to vary the light from some lightbulbs, and I don't want to use the
>standard SCR solutions because they produce artifacts that seem to wear
>the bulbs out faster.

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How about driving a 6vac to 120vac mains transformer **secondary**  via a
darlington?
This would depend on how much current your 120vac lamp pulls...but it may work
Cyrus
I don't mind dying, I just don't want to be there when it happens...
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