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    Do i need backlight inverter for Sharp 6" LCD ?

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    i need 12V, 5V, -8V

    I need backlight inverter for Sharp 6" LCD even though i have 12V, right?

    I need to feed 12V to inverter and inverter will light up LCD.
    Is it correct?

    I want to make sure about this..

    Thank you very much
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    it depends on wheter your lcd has an inverter itself or not..

    I'm assuming for this brand/size/make that the ivertor for the backlight is already implemented in your LCD
    I need to feed 12V to inverter and inverter will light up LCD.
    Is it correct?
    Part of...
    Depends on how much power/current the inverter needs.. but most likely this will be 12v
    Yes...
    your invertor will light up lcd by sending it's high voltage (~1000v) to the backlight-cathode (look out with this!).

    Can you post pictures of your LCD to make sure that it has an invertor.. I'm assuming it has one. but i always could be wrong...

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    LQ6RA01 from eio.com(and bought from jay) i think.. and have only bare LCD part

    I don't think i have inverter here
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    OK. got the pictures of mine








    I don't think i have.. right?

    Please, let me know..
    so i can buy one tomorrow or not..
    (going to electronic shop tomorrow)

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    As far as i can see the lcd doesn't have an backlight-invertor

    The 2 wires coming out of the back which are connected to the cathode-backlights HAVE TO BE wired to an backlight-invertor..

    This is a special board that inverts the 12v up to ~1000v (almost no A's).

    You'll have to for a convertor that suits this display..
    Sorry , but i don't know where to gett them.. maybe flat-panel.com sells them..

    Maybe the other guys around here know where to get them.. Right .. Guys ????

    Greetzz and Succes solving your problem !

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