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by envisionelec
Fri Jan 21, 2011 11:31 pm
Forum: MOC/MOS/MOI/MOU/X-Board/MOP
Topic: MOP-GL24064R-BSSX backlight not functioning
Replies: 5
Views: 9299

No worries, I have received your email, I don't mind at all if you try all angles, but please understand that I would much rather respond from just one. If we find anything interesting I'll be sure to add it to this thread. Thanks, ~Troy To follow up, the display was, in fact, faulty on a number of...
by envisionelec
Thu Jan 13, 2011 2:21 pm
Forum: MOC/MOS/MOI/MOU/X-Board/MOP
Topic: MOP-GL24064R-BSSX backlight not functioning
Replies: 5
Views: 9299

Hello Envisionelec, Our backlight LEDs are powered with 5v, using a resistor inline to take the excess voltage and control the current going into the backlight. Taking the green LED on your tricolour display for example, we apply 5v power to one side of the resistor, and see a drop to approximately...
by envisionelec
Wed Jan 12, 2011 5:47 pm
Forum: MOC/MOS/MOI/MOU/X-Board/MOP
Topic: MOP-GL24064R-BSSX backlight not functioning
Replies: 5
Views: 9299

MOP-GL24064R-BSSX backlight not functioning

I just purchased a MOP-GL24064R-BSSX and the backlight will not illuminate no matter the configuration. Diode test on the green LED, for example, show 2.7V in the correct polarity and 1.7V in the other. According to the datasheet, the LEDs are passively driven (externally). Am I missing something?