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From: One Stone
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Subject: Re: Electroluminescent displays
Organization: Chariot Internet - http://www.chariot.net.au
Date: Mon, 25 Nov 2002 05:06:21 +1030
NNTP-Posting-Date: Mon, 25 Nov 2002 05:33:03 EST
EL displays ONLY run on AC to my knowledge. The voltage require to ecite
the phosphor is a function of the area. A very simple solution is to use
the IMP528. This will drive up to about 12 sq" in my experience. I
haven't tried more. It is easy to work with, takes up little board space
and can be trimmed to vary light colour and brightness.
Paul Farrugia wrote:
> Does anyone know what the lowest operating voltage one of the sheet film
> will work at. I have seen some info on the web but they have been abstract
> papers using low voltage operation 6 to 12v dc.
> In general most appear to have a dc supply inverted to 110v ac to work
> I am looking for something that will work within the 6 to 12v dc range - dc
> If anyone can suggest a suitable web site for further info it would be much
> Many thanks
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