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November 26, 2007

Fluorescent Light Inverter

at 5:00 am. Filed under DIY Hacks, Electronic Hacks

Here is a cool project that you can build from a few parts that will allow you to power fluorescent lights with a 12 volt battery.

This low cost project even teaches you how to wind your own transformer from salvaged parts.

This link is from a interactive electronics e-magazine stocked full of electronics projects and tutorials. There is also a basic electronics course and micro-computer programming course that can be purchased for a small fee.

Many of the lessons feature animated gif images that really aid in the learning process on how electronics circuits work.

Here is a link to the Fluorescent light project

Here is a link to the Talking Electronics web site


 

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5 Responses to “Fluorescent Light Inverter”

  1. Turd Says:

    Cool!
    Could this run EL (electroluminescence) stuff?

  2. Alan Parekh Says:

    I am sure it could run some of that EL wire or back-lights. I think all they need is a hundred or so volts.

  3. Sanjeev Says:

    This is cool, should be good for low power lights

  4. Rony Sharma Says:

    This is awesome…. and it is good to use low power lights.

  5. dave Says:

    Know what? In recent years you’ve been able to get a 12V to CFL adapter for PC mod purposes for around $5 or less on PC parts websites or eBay, etc. I don’t see the point except as a dangerous project to learn to electrocute yourself with.

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