You may find a search word of "electroluminescent" on Yahoo.com
to be productive....
and, tomorrow, if I can remember to check my day planner, I will
check at work and see what kind we used on some photo ID machines
we modified about 20 years ago. They were strips about 3" long,
5/8" high, with two flexible contact tabs. They operated at 115v
ac. We used them to backlight a clear plastic bar to expose the
photographic paper with the NASA logo and photo ID number.
Worked pretty neat.
From: Eric N Boe <firstname.lastname@example.org>
To: email@example.com <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: Wednesday, November 11, 1998 21:02 PM
Subject: Re: [TenTec] Delta II backlight
>Crazy idea, but...
>I've noticed, over at a friend's house, that there is a
>flat, green luminescent night lights that plug directly into the
>don't know the manufacturer, but if anyone else has one of
>they could post who made it and where it was bought. This might
>the Delta 2 breakthrough everyone is looking for.
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