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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 Also called a "cold cathode fluorescent tube" (CCFT), CCFLs weigh more and use more power than LEDs, which have superseded them.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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Costs of 42-INCH LCD Television CCFL and LED Backlight Modules
To reduce BOM cost it integrates both a CCFL controller and a LED controller.
1 supplier of CCFLs for LCD (liquid crystal display) backlights, which generate 85% of its revenue.
Industry executives pointed out that the closure underscores the trend of LED replacing CCFL quickly as backlights in LCD TVs, laptops and monitors.
Although the company once retooled its CCFL lines to make lamps for lighting fixtures, the shift failed to prevent its CCFL operation from losing money.
Intematix offers production availability of key patent-backed phosphors for solid state lighting, CFL, CCFL, security and anti-counterfeiting applications.
26, 2010 (CENS)--The average cost of 40-inch edge LED backlight unit in the first quarter of 2010 is US$118, and is expected to fall to US$100 by the fourth quarter, according to DisplaySearch's latest Quarterly LED & CCFL Backlight Cost Report.
Such TVs will be priced at only 30% higher than conventional CCFL (cold cathode fluorescent lamp) models, to ignite price wars in Taiwan.
Reference Design for up to 180 Watt LCD TV Power Supplies Utilizes Microsemi Corporation's CCFL Inverter Controller and Supports ENERGY STAR[R] 3.
displayed CCFL and LED backlight products ranging in size from 1" to 42" formats at this important trade show, also known as "2008 CODE," which was held at the Shenzhen Convention and Expo Center from May 23 to May 26, 2008.
BULLETIN BOARD: DGNG) (''Diguang''), an emerging, China-based leader in the manufacture of CCFL and LED backlights for the LCD display industry, today announced a conference call and webcast to discuss financial results of its 2008 second quarter, ended June 30, 2008.
Compared to the company's previous models using CCFL, no changes have been made to the new modules' height and width, or to where signal input connectors are connected, making replacement easy.