Re: Light up your mill ....from Wal-Mart
- From Chris' description, the walmart camping light is a 20 led light. There is an article on the web about building a mill light, using a 48 led camping light, which I would think would be considerably brighter. If you're interested, the 48 led light is availabe here:
--- In GrizHFMinimill@yahoogroups.com, Bill Williams <BWMSBLDR@...> wrote:
> Chris, after searching in vain for this LED camping light you describe I
> would like it if you could provide a part number or something else to
> help find it in the local Wally-World! TIA! Bill in Boulder
- Jim E. wrote:
> The article's only admonition isWell we got hail in Lakewood! But that is good to know
> "Despite some manufacturer claims, LED sources are not UV and IR free. Their
> high short wave UV output makes them particularly dangerous for art and
> artifacts. Without significant secondary UV filtering LEDs are not acceptable
> light sources for fugitive or fragile materials and do not meet IESNA guidelines
> for museum lighting."
> Jim E.
> Lakewood, CA
> All Hail Rube Goldberg!
if one were to spend a lot of time in the light!
Bill in Boulder CO, near Lakewood CO!