Date: Wed Oct 28 14:29:06 2009 ** **Back to Contents ** ------------------------------------------------------------------------ **

Author: Erich Burton

Subject: Re: neon bulb sources

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$0.12 each is a great price for small quantities of neon bulbs.

Wholesale electronics places like Mouser and Newark have neon bulbs, but
even at quantities greater than 1000, the price doesn't get quite that low.

There is a guy on ebay, "bobtronics", that sells neon bulbs in sets of 90
(actually 100) for $9, but shipping is $4. If you buy four hundred, shipping

is free. If you want 1000, he'll go down to $0.065 each:

http://cgi.ebay.com/_W0QQitemZ110421604747

I hope this helps.

-Erich

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Erich Burton 3-2602 eburton@bu.edu
Boston University Physics Department

On Wed, Oct 28, 2009 at 12:10 PM, Thomas Senior wrote:

> My cheapest source of neon bulbs is "Kelvin.com" at $0.12 each in
> quantities > 10.
>
> Are there cheaper sources out there?
>
> Tom Senior.
>
> Who thinks the cup of water in the microwave would change the standing wave
> pattern.
>
>

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