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  • LED Backlight Technology White Paper
    temperature and high. humidity resistance. • High MBTF. • Solidstate chip embedded in epoxy- nothing to break or burn out. • LED consumption is increasing, driving costs down. • Low heat generation. • No EMI or RFI. • Low Power (5 to 30 mA at 3.6 or 2.2 Vdc). • New narrower beam, light focusing packages
  • LED Lighting for Hazardous Locations (.pdf)
    for areas with low clearance, severe weather. today and to have a better idea of what to expect for LED. conditions, excessive moisture or dust, corrosive atmospheres,. lighting in the years ahead. While other lighting sources will. and high ambient temperatures. continue to play their roles, LED
  • Clock Design Using Low Power/Cost Techniques
    . The PIC16C54A is perfect for this application, due to it?s small size, high current I/Os with direct LED drive, low cost, fast instruction throughput and low frequency/current operation. Clock Design Using Low Power/Cost Techniques. AN615. Clock Design Using Low Power/Cost Techniques. Clock system
  • OLED Displays in Industrial Automation Products
    of the LED's in the form of OLED, or the Organic LED, with major advantages over its predecessor and other display technologies currently on the market which has many leading manufacturers looking at them again. OLED Displays in Industrial Automation Products - Analytic Expert. Analytic Expert. Applications
  • Multiplexing LED Drive and 4x4 Keypad Sampling
    may want to use a color burst crystal. by 32 (by the prescaler in the OPTION register) to give. oscillator as a time-base, because of its low cost. If a. a clock of 32 kHz which is used to increment the TMR0. 3.579545 MHz crystal is used, then the internal clock. in the PIC16C5X. If the TMR0
  • Selecting the Right Display for White Goods Applications
    . As a result, there is a greater need, as well as opportunity for the incorporation of displays that enhance the 'human-machine interface,' allowing for more user control, more feedback of information and many more features. Lumex : LED & LCD Solutions : Selecting the Right Display for White Goods
  • Medical Device Link . Why Choose Color Displays? Michael Wiklund and William Dolan
    DISPLAY COSTS The relatively low cost of monochrome displays is often what keeps manufacturers from changing to higher-priced color displays. Following is a cost comparison. Monochrome LCDs $200 $250 Monochrome ELPs $300 $400 Color TFT (active matrix) $600 $900 Source: Cost data shared
  • Medical Device Link . In Living Color: Medical Display Technologies
    . Photo courtesy of PixTech, Santa Clara, CA. Increasingly varied and specialized requirements have led to rapid developments in all aspects of displays, and have also contributed to the significant growth of the display hardware manufacturing industry. The annual conference and exhibition of the Society