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CCFL

(Cold Cathode Fluorescent Lamp) A light source for earlier LCD screens and certain automobile headlights. Also called a "cold cathode fluorescent tube" (CCFT), CCFLs weigh more and use more power than LEDs, which have superseded them. See HCFL, backlight and fluorescent bulb.
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Figure 1(b) shows the CCFL constant [C.sub.K], which was obtained for each experimental case using the least-square method.
Recently, the demand for industrial applications using LCD modules equipped with white LED backlight systems has risen due to the systems' lower power consumption, thinner and lighter-weight backlight housings and higher resistance to shock and vibration compared to CCFL based LCDs.
The company is focused on providing LED and CCFL backlights for international producers of televisions, monitors, cellular phones, digital cameras, DVDs and other home appliances.
The CCFL is one of approximately 20 committees of the Codex Alimentarius Commission, charged with developing international standards to promote fair trade in food products and consumer protection.
Corning's training department was characterized as entrepreneurial before the partnership with CCFL (DeRose & McLaughlin, 1995).
With an LED backlit panel introduced, the viewing angles offered are much greater at 89 degrees horizontally and vertically.LED backlit panels generally have a longer lifespan of around 50,000 hours compared to typical 20,000 hour CCFL backlit panels.
The properties of Leeds - solid state devices that with narrow and accurately controlled spectrum, fast response time, rigidity, low power consumption, high efficacy, and long lifetime - are transforming the LCD industry and enabling a switch from the legacy CCFL backlights.
The ALD6 was specifically designed for LCD displays that are increasingly migrating from cold cathode florescent (CCFL) backlighting to LEDs, due to the improved brightness, higher efficiency, and longer life that LEDs provide.
The LED backlight matches the performance of traditional CCFL backlight technologies, but uses less power, is easier to control and lasts longer (70,000 hours).
F-51451 modules provide 640 x 240-dot resolution, a high brightness CCFL backlight, and operating and storage temperature ranges of 0 to 50[degrees]C and -20 to 70[degrees]C, respectively.
The United States believes that CCFL could develop guidelines relating to labeling for reasons of significant changes in compositional, nutritional, and intended use of foods derived from modern biotechnology, according to the draft U.S.
Wellypower Optronics Corp., a cold cathode fluorescent lamps (CCFL) and LED supplier, had consolidated revenue of NT$2 billion (US$67.5 million) in the second quarter.