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a cathode that is a source of electrons without being heated

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Product/Service/Works Keywords: Supply of cold-cathode fluorescent lamps (ccfls) for lcds of controllers
Original Equipment Manufacturers (OEMs) in the TV segment are shifting from the traditional cold-cathode fluorescent lamp (CCFL) technology to LED technology to provide backlighting in TVs.
Cold-cathode cove lights (2,800K) softly illuminate the decorative architectural panels where the sconces are mounted.
One very effective approach allowing power reduction would be the shift from traditional cold-cathode fluorescent lamps (CCFLs) to LED backlighting, iSuppli said.
Specifications include 600dpi (4800dpi with software interpolation), 24-bit color, single-pass scanning, cold-cathode illumination lamp and One-Touch activation (a press of the button pops open Plustek's "Action Manager" control software).
announces the LS6D0812A-RH--the latest addition to its extensive line-up of compact, low-profile DC-to-AC inverters for driving cold-cathode fluorescent lamps (CCFL) in Liquid Crystal Display (LCD) back-lighting applications.
PixTech manufactures cold-cathode "field emission display"
To serve the discriminating image-quality needs of the commercial market better, the PN-655RU has a four-wavelength spectrum, cold-cathode fluorescent backlight that provides an enhanced color spectrum including deeper, more vibrant and vivid reds.
The OpticPro 4800P's features and specifications are respectable: 600dpi resolution (up to 4800 with interpolation), single-pass scanning, 24-bit color, cold-cathode lamp (lasts longer than normal illumination sources), and one-touch activation with a button that pops open Plustek's "Action Manager" software when pressed.
Dell TrueColor Wide Cold-Cathode Fluorescent Lighting (Wide-CCFL) backlight that delivers deep and vibrant reds, greens and blues and accurate color representation
The new Dell 30-inch monitor increases the coverage to 92 percent of the NTSC color space utilizing a Wide Cold-Cathode Fluorescent Lighting (W-CCFL) backlight that delivers gamers, photographers and digital media "prosumers" highly vibrant and vivid images such as deeper reds and crisper blues.
4W, and achieves a maximum luminance of approximately 220 cd/m, outperforming the higher-wattage displays equipped with cold-cathode fluorescence lamps.