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2.3 Supporting Cold-Crank in Automotive Displays

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Date: April 24, 2018

Cold cranking can occur when the ambient temperature is extremely low, causing a car’s battery voltage to drop during the cranking of the engine. It is important to ensure that the LED driver is not interrupted during this voltage drop and can react quickly to keep the output stable. Watch this video to see how to support cold crank operation using LED backlight drivers.

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