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Thread: dimmer chip - flickering?
face BY : Mike Blakey email (remove spam text)

many years ago I made a very effective flickering dimmer by placing a florescent
light starter in series with the lamp, the effect was very natural, although it
will probably reduce the lamp life.

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so...how about a dimmer that flickers? I thought I saw something about this
a few years ago on the list.  I have some lights that might be cool to
simulate candles, rather than just dimming...

>From: "Chris Loiacono (E-mail)" <spamchris01spamspamKILLspamTAMPABAY.RR.COM>
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>Subject: Re: [EE]: dimmer chip
>Date: Fri, 23 Nov 2001 01:28:01 -0500
>Yes, several based on 18C442's. Why?
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