Using The Ht46r14a In A Ccfl Lamp Inverter

Liquid crystal Display (LCD) panels are used in various applications ranging from smaller portable electronic equipment to larger fixed location units. Applications include digital cameras, notebook computers, PDAs, tablet PCs and industrial instrumentation products. The LCD panel itself cannot emit light. Therefore, a backlight system that supplies the light from behind is normally required. Currently, the most commonly used light emitting device is a fluorescent tube called CCFL. The CCFLs (Cold Cathode Fluorescent Lamps) are driven by a DC to AC inverter, which generally provides a wide range of DC input voltage and transforms the voltage into an AC high voltage and high frequency output to run the lamp. Many applications also require efficient dimming capabilities to allow the lamp output to match ambient light conditions and thus increase both lamp and battery life.
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