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Dollhouse miniature BULB/SOCKET/CORD SET 2pcs. 2 per package. 24" two conductor wire and plugs. Can be used to make custom lamps, light curio cabinets, bookcases, and room boxes. Replaceable bulbs. (CKC2104)

Scale: 1"

Dollhouse miniature CANDLE SCREW BASE BULB, 3volt 4pcs. - Special Order

Clear Glass Tulip Shades 4pcs.- Dollhouse Miniature. One inch scale.

Dollhouse miniature Door Bell, Ding-Dong. 12 volt.

Dollhouse miniature Door Bell, Musical.  12 volt.  Use with any scale dollhouse.

Dollhouse Miniature Lighthouse

HO/N scale, for use with 1:48 scale (quarter scale).

However, the love of this nostalgic era has not vanished. Today, the popularity of lighthouse collectibles and memorabilia is making this one of the fastest growing hobbies in America. Everything imaginable from "to scale" lighthouse models to monogrammed wearing apparel is now is style. Until now, a realistic beacon light for the various scales of lighthouse models being manufactured was not available. Some large-scale lighthouses incorporated motors and gearbox assemblies to actually rotate a light, but these were both expensive and cumbersome. In addition, this method was not feasible for small-scale structures. A means was necessary whereby a realistic beacon could be incorporated into lighthouse models of different sizes. The tree lighthouse beacon lighting kits developed by GRS Micro Liting can now provide this ability. The light bulb used in the GRS1007 is a CK1010-18B 3V GOR bulb.

The electronics incorporated into each it provides a completely realistic "rotating beacon" effect without moving parts or mechanical assemblies. To simulate this rotating effect, the intensity of the lamp is rapidly ramped up to full brightness and then dimmed gradually, to give the illusion of a rotating beacon. Many lighthouse models do have permanent on, or flasher-type bulbs, but these do not accurately simulate an actual working lighthouse. The GRS kits use basically the same electronics, only the bulb size is changed to create the three different scales offered.

Dollhouse Miniature Lighthouse

O scale, for use with 1:24 scale (half scale).

However, the love of this nostalgic era has not vanished. Today, the popularity of lighthouse collectibles and memorabilia is making this one of the fastest growing hobbies in America. Everything imaginable from "to scale" lighthouse models to monogrammed wearing apparel is now is style. Until now, a realistic beacon light for the various scales of lighthouse models being manufactured was not available. Some large-scale lighthouses incorporated motors and gearbox assemblies to actually rotate a light, but these were both expensive and cumbersome. In addition, this method was not feasible for small-scale structures. A means was necessary whereby a realistic beacon could be incorporated into lighthouse models of different sizes. The tree lighthouse beacon lighting kits developed by GRS Micro Liting can now provide this ability.

The electronics incorporated into each it provides a completely realistic "rotating beacon" effect without moving parts or mechanical assemblies. To simulate this rotating effect, the intensity of the lamp is rapidly ramped up to full brightness and then dimmed gradually, to give the illusion of a rotating beacon. Many lighthouse models do have permanent on, or flasher-type bulbs, but these do not accurately simulate an actual working lighthouse. The GRS kits use basically the same electronics, only the bulb size is changed to create the three different scales offered.

Dollhouse Miniature Lighthouse 

Standard 1:12 scale.

However, the love of this nostalgic era has not vanished. Today, the popularity of lighthouse collectibles and memorabilia is making this one of the fastest growing hobbies in America. Everything imaginable from "to scale" lighthouse models to monogrammed wearing apparel is now is style. Until now, a realistic beacon light for the various scales of lighthouse models being manufactured was not available. Some large-scale lighthouses incorporated motors and gearbox assemblies to actually rotate a light, but these were both expensive and cumbersome. In addition, this method was not feasible for small-scale structures. A means was necessary whereby a realistic beacon could be incorporated into lighthouse models of different sizes. The tree lighthouse beacon lighting kits developed by GRS Micro Liting can now provide this ability.

The electronics incorporated into each it provides a completely realistic "rotating beacon" effect without moving parts or mechanical assemblies. To simulate this rotating effect, the intensity of the lamp is rapidly ramped up to full brightness and then dimmed gradually, to give the illusion of a rotating beacon. Many lighthouse models do have permanent on, or flasher-type bulbs, but these do not accurately simulate an actual working lighthouse. The GRS kits use basically the same electronics, only the bulb size is changed to create the three different scales offered.

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