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12837Re: Lighting & Accessories

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  • Arjen <arjen.gerstel@xs4all.nl>
    Feb 5 12:44 PM
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      Hmmm, these look interesting. I'll look for a supplier closer to
      home. If anyone of you knows about a supplier in the EU, please let
      me know.

      --- In z_scale@yahoogroups.com, "Roy Stevens" <riogrande5771@h...>
      > Richmond controls has commissioned some "golden white" LEDs that
      are just
      > perfect for representing incandescent bulbs in models.
      > http://www.richmondcontrols.com/
      > I beleive he is selling them for $2.00 each plus shipping. I
      haven't seen
      > any in person, but if the pictures I've seen are accurate, they
      are well
      > worth the money. I plan on picking some up next month.
      > Roy Stevens
      > >Subject: Re: Lighting & Accessories
      > >
      > >John,
      > >
      > >I've been fiddling with LED's and thin brass tubing. I've used
      > >LED's for lighting of industrial buildings. This light is actually
      > >rather harsh, but that seems appropriate for oil refineries etc.
      > >
      > >Have you tried RGB LED's? These can produce every colour you can
      > >think of, and more. Probably a bit complicated to hook up, though.
      > >
      > >Märklin uses yellow LED's in at least some of their 'classic' lamp
      > >posts (and engines). They are a bit too yellow for my taste.
      > >
      > >Regards,
      > >Arjen
      > >
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