Question about Akai PDP42Z5TA 42 in. Plasma Television
If I may add to the postings of devocap and coolguy008 (and with their indulgence) in your other posting.
Often, HV would refer to high voltage cables. These are ordinary wires but with extremely thick insulation. Some later day versions uses highly conductive carbon inserts instead of wire to reduce electrical noise emissions. They are used where the voltages transmitted are considerably higher than normally used. Examples are:
1. Sparkplug wires
2. Power leads to neon light advertisements
3. wire from the flyback transformer to anode cap in picture tubes.
Possible sources of electrical noise (that uses HV cables)
a. 2 stroke engines such as those in some lawn mowers, chainsaws, old models of snowmobiles, outboard engines, dirt bikes;
b. neon signs such as those in cafes, clubs, hotels, public places.
Hope that this be of additional help/idea other than those posted by devocap and coolguy008.
Good luck and kind regards.
Posted on Feb 02, 2008
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