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    FS: 12.1" TFT w/ Inverter

    I have a new 12.1" TFT LCD for sale. It is a Mitsubishi display, with 16bit color capability. It is a brand new screen, and only pulled from it's package in order to test it. This model was used in laptops, and therefore has a small profile and a very small metal margin on the left side. The screen does take the standard hirose connector. Other information below.

    Also for sale with the display are 2 brand new inverters. I thought I was going to get with 2 screens, but only ened up with one after I purchased the two inverters.

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    LCD Specs:
    Model: Mitsubishi AA12SB6C-ADFD
    LCD Type: TFT (12.1")
    Colors: 262,144
    Dimension (mm): 275.0 x 198.0 x 7.8
    Resolution: 800x600

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    No one interested? A 16bit 12 inch screen, I thought more people would be interested.

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    i'll give ya 50 bucks for the LCD and one inverter.
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    do u know if the inverter would work with the 12bit dennis k screen, if so i will buy that

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    How much are you looking to get out of it.

    I will be able to use it.

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    For the new LCD, and one of the new Inverters I spent a little over $100 US. I was looking to get about the same out of it.

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    kardas, as far as i know every LCD needs it's own inverter. What i mean is, I think the req specs for an LCD's Inverter are so specical for each display, that I think you have to get the inverter made FOR that screen. I suppose it is a possibility to find some sort of a generic inverter, but you would have to know all sorts of information about the screen (high voltage reqs, low voltage, power....etc.).

    If you know what your screen needs, let me know. Other than that, I would not know if the display would work. Sorry

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