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TFT LCD Backlight voltage

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ilikebbs

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lcd backlight voltage

I have a question about TFT LCD backlight voltage.

I have an inverter. Its kick-off voltage and working voltage is higher than the typical value of LCD.
Can i use it?

Generally i think that higher kick-off voltage is acceptable. I do not know if higher working voltage is acceptable.

Thanks in advance.
 

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backlight voltage

could you use a capacitor to absorb some of the kick-off voltage? what about a resistor to bleed off some of the working voltage?
 

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tft backlight voltage

Usually the voltage for the baclight is around 2000 Vac at high frequency.
So don't touch the wires unless you want an electrizing experience.

Mandi
 

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