Re: Solari Flip Clock Driver


Darren Conway
 

Hi

I have my Solari flip clock.  It is dirty but complete.

The plan is to clean and lubricate. I do not intend to return it to as-new condition.  The patina and wear is part of its history.

It has a 48V coil which could be a problem.

I will replace the fluorescent tube with an LED version to reduce power consumption.  The tube and fitting looks like a retrofit.

I have no idea what the age is.






Regards

Darren Conway
New Zealand


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