electroluminescent lamp

electroluminescent lamp

[i¦lek·trō‚lü·mə′nes·ənt ′lamp]
(electronics)

electroluminescent lamp

A lamp in the form of a thin sheet, either rigid or flexible, which generates light by electroluminescence; characterized by low luminance and efficacy.
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Waymouth, "The electroluminescent lamp: a new light source," Electrical Engineering, vol.
The project demonstrated a 90% recyclable inverter circuit for an electroluminescent lamp.--MB
launched its MIC4830 and MIC4832 series of 180 Vpp and 220 Vpp low noise electroluminescent lamp (EL) drivers that drive panels of up to 4 sq.
It employs electroluminescent technology, using the patented FLATLITE electroluminescent lamp embedded within the door frame and hardware.
Recently transferred into high-volume production, the new lamp is now known as DFLX-Durel Flexible Electroluminescent Lamp.
And because the power levels are relatively low and the dissipation is spread over the surface area of the lamp, the heat that the electroluminescent lamp generates is not usually a problem, unlike the point source of an LED or incandescent lamp.
Durel, Chandler, AZ, a 50/50 joint venture of Rogers and 3M, has decided to make its patented encapsulated phosphor available for purchase by electroluminescent lamp manufacturers.
Supertex, Inc has introduced the HV843 and HV845 high brightness, low noise electroluminescent lamp drivers designed for dual display cellular phones, portable instrumentation and other handheld devices.
An electroluminescent lamp acts as a capacitor: two conduction surfaces with a non-conductor.
The TK659xx Series consists of regulated electroluminescent lamp drivers optimized to reduce RF and audio harmonic interference that can cause serious design problems in wireless phones, PDAs, GPS receivers, and other portable devices.
PRODUCT: Electroluminescent lamp, back light for mobile phone display/keypad
Burr Ridge, IL-based GSi Technologies has announced the recent celebration of its 30th anniversary, Originally known as Graphic Solutions, Inc., GSI was created in 1985 as a label and nameplate brokerage by siblings Suzanne and Bob Zaccone, Through the years, it expanded into printing pressure sensitive labels and nameplates, as well as conductive printed electronic products including contactless card antennas, electroluminescent lamps, diagnostic and therapeutic medical electrodes, printed conductors and smart card inlay assemblies.