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 Can you run an AC voltage light bulb on DC voltage?

Answer Light bulbs, rated in volts and watts, work on either AC or DC. But the DC voltage source needs to put out enough voltage to operate the light bulb. Most light bulbs for AC work on 110 volts.Source... Read More »
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How many potatoes does it take to light a low-voltage light bulb?

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At what voltage is the sign high voltage required?

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How to Replace the Transformer on a Low Voltage Recessed Can Light?

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What voltage is needed for a fluorescent light ballast to work?

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