[time-nuts] Low noise power supply recommendations
xformer at citynet.net
Thu Jun 16 12:35:10 UTC 2011
Thanks Hal, and Henry, I was wondering about how they acted. I have really
nver studied them that much for this type of application. Of course, I have
some old moon filters laying around, that are a very low shade, and I could
cut up. That could work without having to play with the LED's.
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On 6/15/2011 at 8:19 PM ehydra wrote:
>There get slower with falling current.
>Hal Murray schrieb:
>>> I was thinking about trying an orange or yellow LED here, and dimming
>>> LED with the series resistor, trying to make it as dim as the neon
>>> I don't know if a LED can be dimmed down that low.
>> LEDs work fine at low output levels. At low current, the light output
>> linear with current. It falls off at high current and/or high
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