Inverter provides high power for displays requiring cold starts

April 18, 2007
April 18, 2007, Endicott, NY--The new E220 Series DC-AC inverter from Endicott Research Group (ERG) combines up to 12 watts of output power with ERG's unique vacuum-encapsulated design to ensure reliable cold cathode fluorescent (CCF) lamp ignition for liquid crystal displays (LCDs) used in outside, cold storage or other low-temperature environments.

April 18, 2007, Endicott, NY--The new E220 Series DC-AC inverter from Endicott Research Group (ERG) combines up to 12 watts of output power with ERG's unique vacuum-encapsulated design to ensure reliable cold cathode fluorescent (CCF) lamp ignition for liquid crystal displays (LCDs) used in outside, cold storage or other low-temperature environments.

The E220 provides starting voltages of up to 2300 Vrms in a compact, low-profile, printed circuit board (PCB)-mountable package for LCDs ranging in size from 5.7" to 15" diagonal. E220 Series inverters provide the ideal cold-start solution for CCFL-backlit LCDs that provide engine speed, ground speed, fuel consumption, oil pressure, coolant temperature and other critical information for vehicles used in heavy-duty, off-highway and mobile equipment applications. Examples include forklift trucks in cold storage warehouses, agricultural and construction equipment used in harsh outside environments, emergency medical service (EMS) vehicles, and marine equipment.

ERG's E220 vacuum-encapsulated inverter operates at high efficiencies, typically approaching 80%, and is designed and tested using the actual OEM LCD display assembly to ensure system compatibility. ERG's customized magnetics are self-shielding to minimize electromagnetic and radio frequency interference.

For more information, contact Endicott Research Group.

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