Industrial inverter

  • 30-Mar-2011 02:25 EDT
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The E220 Series dc-ac inverter from Endicott Research Group combines up to 12 W of output power with a vacuum-encapsulated design to improve lamp ignition for LCDs used in low-temperature environments. Resistant to shock, vibration, and humidity, E220 inverters provide a suitable cold-start solution for cold-cathode fluorescent lamp-backlit LCD applications that offer engine and ground speed, fuel consumption, oil pressure, coolant temperature, and other information for vehicles in heavy-duty, off-highway, and mobile applications such as forklifts in cold storage warehouses, equipment used in harsh outside environments, EMS vehicles, and marine equipment. The E220 provides starting voltages up to 2300 V in a compact, low-profile, PCB-mountable package for LCDs from 5.7 to 15 in (145 to 381 mm). Operating temperature range is -30 to + 80°C (-22 to +176°F).

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