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Discussion in 'Misc Electronics' started by [email protected], Dec 11, 2004.

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  1. Guest

    I wish to use an ordinary 230V ac light bulb in multiple ways ,
    all at the same time.

    The bulb will be part of an metal reflector construction.

    My wish is to control the intensity of light , ususal voltage control
    but at the same time to use the bulb as an directional
    antena for AM , FM and High Voltage signals and more then that
    I wish to use the AM for producing acoustic efects in the metal
    reflector .

    Any circuit aviable ?



    RHB
     
  2. CWatters

    CWatters Guest

    Not a good idea - filaments don't like vibration.
     
  3. Steve Rush

    Steve Rush Guest

    Either you need a better translator or you need to learn a lot of basic
    physics.
     
  4. You'll have better luck using an arc than a filamented
    bulb. All the effects you want are considered "undesirable
    side-effects" of arc lamps using badly-filtered power.

    Mark L. Fergerson
     
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