Inverter question in regard to backlights
Is it posible to fry an inverter if the backlight does not match or was NOT made for the specific inverter?
I ask because I would like to get another backlight for my setup, but it has been really dificult. I have noticed its easier for me to find an actual screen than find the backlight.
Plz shed some light on the subject.
Nope, frying the inverter should not be a concern. However, you may find it difficult to physically install a backlight that was not made specifically for your display.
what kind of screen do you need a back light for?
we have several in stock,
As long as the replacement backlight it rougly the same size and brightness, you should not have a problem with the inverter.
I recall having seen CCFL tubes in the Digikey catalog. Maybe they have something suitable for you?
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I tried them and they reffered me to JKL. Still no joy.
Some people here said they've used the ones from All Electronics
It's under Lamps>Flourescent
You can find the appropriate length tube there and it may work - and they're cheap!