Dave lights up his new backyard deck with Cree XPG LEDs, and then winds up measuring the wind from a storm instead. And who can spell efficacy?
Electronic Component News' Editor-in-Chief Alix Paultre discusses the latest LED-driven LCD technology, with an overview of other display tech including Liquid Crystal on Silicon (LCoS), Digital Light Processing (DLP), and Vacuum Flourescent Display (VFD).
Dave does a teardown of the Princeton Tec EOS headlamp and mods it with a new Cree XPG LED. Throw in a quick reverse engineer of the circuit, gratuitous scope shots, torturing a thermistor, a practical demonstration of why you really do need 5 multimeters on your bench, and as usual Dave...
Jamie Pederson demonstrates the use of the 11 pin SIP LED driver module from ROHM semiconductor. http://digikey.com/rohm-led-driver
Jeff Blake from Dontech discusses how the company takes commerical off-the-shelf (COTS) displays and integrates their optical filters. From SID 2010.
Jeff Blake from Dontech goes over the company's selection of transparent heaters at SID 2010.
Dave Hagan from Sharp Microelectronics talks about the company's LCD technology, comparing transflective backlit LED displays to transmissive. From the showfloor of SID 2010.
Robert Dunhouse from Renesas talks about the company's "super reflective natural light technologies" at SID 2010.
Yasuhiro Okada from NEC LCD Technologies goes over the company's Instant Touch Panel.
Bill Abbott from Endicott Research Group (ERG) discusses the company's LED driver offerings.
At the 2010 Society for Information Display (SID) Conference, Phil Spivey, President and CEO of Ocular, discusses their newest advancements in multi-touch touchscreen technology, with input for up to 10 fingers.
At the 2010 Society for Information Display (SID) Conference, Carol Crawford from Microchip discusses their mTouch projected capacitive touchscreen sensing technology.
Tim Bixler from Global Lighting Technologies discusses the company's backlighting solutions from the showfloor of the Society for Information Display (SID) Conference.
What have those wacky Germans been up to? Dave reviews the German made Gossen Metrawatt XTRA Multimeter. Also known as the Dranetz BMI Drantech XTRA In Australia you can get Gossen meters at http://www.zedflo.com.au