electroluminescent panel

electroluminescent panel

[i¦lek·trō‚lü·mə′nes·ənt ′pan·əl]
(electronics)
A surface-area light source employing the principle of electroluminescence; consists of a suitable phosphor placed between sheet-metal electrodes, one of which is essentially transparent, with an alternating current applied between the electrodes. Also known as electroluminescent cell; electroluminescent lamp; light panel; luminescent cell.
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Kevin Bygate, director of TATA project <BSpecific, and Professor Dave Worsley, academic direcor Steel Training Research & Innovative Partnership, with the Project Specific novel electroluminescent panel
The Flat-Man employs an electroluminescent panel to provide a uniform light source in front of your telescope objective to produce high-quality flat-field frames necessary for serious astrophotography and photometric work.
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Kevin Bygate, left, and Professor Dave Worsley with the project specific novel electroluminescent panel
are considering a business tie-up in the field of organic electroluminescent panels for use in next-generation flat televisions, industry sources said Friday.
has yielded electroluminescent panels for troops in the field.
Phosphor particle deterioration from moisture and humidity, formerly a serious problem with electroluminescent panels, has been solved by encapsulating the lamps with a protective, optically clear coating.
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