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  • Cold Cathode Fluorescent Lamps (CCFLs)
    Much attention has been given to the development of inverters to power Cold Cathode Fluorescent Lamps (CCFLs) to achieve high efficiency in portable products. CCFLs are found in an array of consumer, commercial, industrial, and military devices. An understanding of the lamps characteristics
  • Installation and Wiring Guidelines for DC/AC Inverters
    DC/AC inverters designed to light Cold Cathode Fluorescent Lamps (CCFL's) are a very specific sub-class of inverters in general. These inverters tend to have very low output currents and very high output voltages. Since the lamps are used in signage where constant light output is needed as well
  • Society for Information Display New Products January 2002
    with flexible delivery schedules. The 8D is designed for LCD modules that are backlit by a single cold cathode fluorescent lamp (CCFL). The high-efficiency inverter is only 8 mm high, has
  • Medical Device Link .
    . These are low-profile (8-mm-high) inverters that provide efficient and reliable alternatives for powering up to four cold cathode fluorescent tubes (CCFTs)
  • NTC Thermistor Application Guide
    Circuits including a capacitor, filament for a bulb, inverter for fluorescent lamp, a heater and etc., induce an inrush current more than 100 times the normal current when the circuit switch is turned on. The NTC thermistors specially developed for this application limit the current at turn-on
  • Bright ideas
    , the red brakelights are probably LEDs. LEDs have been making inroads into territory traditionally held by incandescent and fluorescent bulbs, such as general-purpose lighting. They're also increasingly used extensively in good old industrial applications; as replacements for incandescent bulbs on panel