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On 7/2/2010 9:29 PM, john ferro wrote:
> Hi, Thanks to everyone who tried to help me with my display problem on the
> delta II. All very good information.
> i spoke with ten tec today and they think the problem is either the LCD
> display or the display driver on the display boardboard, which the LCD
> display is soldered to.
> they have tons of LCD displays, but no display boards. my plan is to replace
> the display driver chip on the board, and see if that is the problem. Taking
> the LCD display off of the display board is a real bitch and it looks like
> someone already tried and butchered it pretty bad. since the LCD display is
> actually working and showing segments etc., but giving crazy readings - i'll
> take my chances on a bad driver chip.
> In the meantime i'm looking for a new backlight and All Electronics seems out
> of the ones recommended here. Can anyone tell me what the actual name of the
> light is used in the delta II? I know it's cold cathode technology, but there
> seems to be different types - the one that ten tec uses is as flat as a piece
> of paper - does this have a specific name? some are round and look like
> flourescent lamps - obviously these can't be used - also the ten tec voltage
> on that lamp is about 200 VAC as measured on the two pins.
> 73, john
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