Replacement for the LCD Display, CCFL & Inverter $20

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Replacement for the LCD Display, CCFL & Inverter $20

Unread post by JMS » Thu Sep 12, 2013 7:07 am

I think we may have a replacement for the LCD Display, CCFL backlight & inverter PCB

$20 for the Hantronix LCD display HDM128GS24

http://www.mpja.com/LCD-Display-240-X-1 ... 003%20OP/#
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Re: Possible replacement for the LCD Display, CCFL & Inverte

Unread post by JMS » Fri Sep 13, 2013 8:21 pm

JMS wrote:I think we may have a replacement for the LCD Display, CCFL backlight & inverter PCB
another source http://www.ebay.com/itm/Grahpic-Dot-Mat ... 4ac567cb04
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Re: Possible replacement for the LCD Display, CCFL & Inverte

Unread post by JMS » Mon Sep 22, 2014 3:54 pm

The Hantronic's LCD display for $20 works in the Fusion :) http://www.mpja.com/LCD-Display-240-X-1 ... 003%20OP/#
LCD display with 3.3 volts to the  LED backlight 01c.jpg
It comes with 5 volt LED backlight, but the LED"S run hot at 5 volts and are to bright, so I tapped into the
Fusion's 3.3 volt supply and the backlight has just the right brightness and the LED's are cool to the touch 8)

With this LCD display installed in your Fusion you don't need the CCFL backlight or the inverter PCB :D

A power source (probably better than coming straight off the PSU) for the 3.3 volts could be from this connector, wires come straight from the PSU
3.3 volt power source for 5 volt LED backlight  01.jpg
Get a 2 wire connector like this http://www.mpja.com/Dual-Small-110-Flat ... 7854%20CB/ cut the wires so the female connector has about 7 or 8 inches and solder the wires to your power source.

Next cut off the connector that came with the LED back light and slip a couple pieces of heat shrink on the wires from the 5 volt LED backlight so you can slide it over the solder joints after you solder the wires with the male connector to it.
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