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Old 04-19-2006, 10:28 PM
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Anyone have a source for flexible tube neon lighting? I found a place that has nice stuff but they never return calls or emails. I need the stuff like this. It is 1/4 inch flexible tube.
http://beingseentechnologies.goemerc...enTechnologies
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Old 04-19-2006, 11:19 PM
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I think what you are looking for is called lateral fiber optic cable.
google for lateral fiber optic neon gave these and more...

jax: http://www.vidsol.net/page6.html
minn: http://www.advancedlighting.com/inte...ightcable.html

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Street glow has this cool el (electro luminescent) string
https://www.streetglow.com/cgi-local...e=/page=hw.htm
better yet in the garage sale 15'lengths cheaper
https://www.streetglow.com/cgi-local.../page=el15.htm

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Kinda the same as the optic stuff around the inside of our pool.
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Kinda the same as the optic stuff around the inside of our pool.
Looks the same but it's not. The Fiber optic pool system have the box with the light and color wheel. This works more like a bendable light bulb. Not many people have these.
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Looks like the $hit for boats....
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Gino, Gino, Gino...
When I come to Miami in May, I am painting the new name Larry Goldman and I picked for your boat.

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Looks the same but it's not. The Fiber optic pool system have the box with the light and color wheel. This works more like a bendable light bulb. Not many people have these.
You sure on this? With the full pictures, it looks like there is some sort of light source in the attached control\box. There could also be an inline high intensity LED housed in an endcap. Guess you'd have to actually see it in person to check it out.

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My neon in the back puts on a good show.
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You sure on this? With the full pictures, it looks like there is some sort of light source in the attached control\box.
Correct. fiber optic cable requires a light source. The streetglow site was a bit slim on info other than to say low voltage- presumably for the illumination box. I'm guessing the cable does not light up by itself. If I'm wrong, I wanna know more about the product.
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