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Flicker Flame light bulbs

Discussion in 'Electronic Design' started by [email protected], Dec 19, 2012.

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  1. Guest

    I saw a christmas tree with light bulbs with clear glass, and inside is
    a black piece of what appears to be metal, shaped like a flame. There
    is an orange glow that follows that flame shape and flickers. The bulbs
    almost look like a real flame. I'm thinking this is a neon type of
    bulb, but what makes the glow move against that flame shaped metal?
    This almost looks like something from the vacuum tube days. I know this
    is nothing new, I recall seeing these bulbs years ago, but this is the
    first time I saw a whole tree decorated with them, and I really liked
    the look.
  2. hamilton

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