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The DEFINITIVE Miniature Lamp Catalog

Discussion in 'Misc Electronics' started by [email protected], Apr 6, 2005.

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    It looks as if they have essentially lifted the pages out of the ol' GE
    Miniature Lamp Catalog and put them into this .PDF, which is nearly 3
    megs. But this is _the_ definitive lamp catalog, with all those old
    specialty lamps like #47 lamps used in the old radois, etc. Every
    bookshelf should have this on it, or at least saved on their hard disk.
    It's a classic.

    http://www.sunraylighting.com/pdf/Catalog.pdf
     

  2. Is anyone getting my Google postings? The last one I did hardly anyone
    postd a followup. I'm thinking that Google has an excellent inbound
    news system, but for outbound messages it sucks.
     

  3. Maybe so; I noticed that there were a lot of adverts in their posts.

    Last year at work, when CSU shut down their news servers, I asked our
    netheads what the IP was for the replacements. They said, sorry, it's
    gone; just use Google. So I was SOL at work. Sometimes I've run across
    something that I want to post, and I'll use Google. Sometimes I'll just
    email it to myself and later at home I'll cut and paste the URL or
    whatever into a post. I guess that's what I'll have to do and forget
    about using Google to post.
     
  4. Thanks, Mike.

    Maybe I'm better off at work w/o it. Less fooling around.. ;-)
     
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