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From: "Brill Pappin"
Subject: Re: Electroluminescent displays
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Date: Sun, 24 Nov 2002 18:29:25 GMT
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You need AC current... and changing the voltage will change the colour
somewhat (but it still needs to be high).
What's wrong with using an inverter (you need very little current, but high
- Brill Pappin
"Paul Farrugia" wrote in message
> 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 -
> If anyone can suggest a suitable web site for further info it would be
> Many thanks
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