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Endicott Research Group
2601 Wayne St. P.O. Box 269
Endicott, NY, 13761
Endicott Research Group Introduces New Online Inverter-to-LCD Cross Reference Guide
Endicott, NY, April 2009 - Endicott Research Group (ERG), manufacturer of the industry's largest selection of DC-AC inverters for powering CCFL-backlit LCDs, has streamlined its inverter part number locating process with a new LCD Module-to-ERG Inverter Cross Reference Guide, located at www.ergpower.com.
The new cross reference guide makes it easier than ever before to match OEM LCD panels together with just the right inverters for optimum CCFL performance. Users can search by ERG inverter part number or by the panel manufacturer's model number to find a data sheet on the specific ERG inverter they need. Hundreds of model numbers from more than 40 major LCD manufacturers are included, along with hundreds of part numbers for single-, dual- and multi-lamp inverters with 5V or 12V input, all manufactured and supported in the U.S.A.
"CCFL-backlit LCDs are still in quite common usage across a wide range of applications," said Graham Upton, Vice President, Engineering & New Business Development at ERG. "And since no one offers more inverter solutions than ERG, we designed the new cross-reference guide to make it as quick and easy as possible for our customers to find data on the inverter that matches their LCD and CCFL backlight."
For more information, visit www.ergpower.com, or contact Endicott Research Group (ERG), Inc., 2601 Wayne St., Endicott, NY 13760, USA. Tel: 607-754-9187; (toll-free: 800-215-5866); Fax: 607-754-9255; E-mail: CCFL@ergpower.com.
About Endicott Research Group:
ERG, the specialist in power conversion solutions has been matching power solutions to LCD backlights since 1979. The company's range of DC-AC inverters for CCFL-and EL-backlit LCDs is the largest in the world. ERG's experience and technical expertise as a provider of inverter solutions has recently been extended to matching LED drivers and replacement rails to today's LED-backlit LCDs.