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HCFL(Hot Cathode Fluorescent Lamp) A common technology for fluorescent lamps and a backlight for earlier Sony LCD TVs. See CCFL, backlight and fluorescent bulb.
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Available in 40-inch screen size the Bravia WE5 is integrated with eco-friendly features, such as the HCFL
Backlight Panel which uses up to 50 per cent less energy compared to other LCD TV models, thus achieving lower power consumption even while maintaining full high definition picture (HD) quality.
Input voltages are 5, 6, 12, and 24 Vdc for CCFL and UVFL lamps and 5, 12, and 24 Vdc for HCFL