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Normal Flyback Pulse Width

Discussion in 'Electronic Repair' started by Brad Petria, Aug 12, 2003.

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  1. Brad Petria

    Brad Petria Guest


    Years ago, I kept technical information regarding the normal flyback pulse
    width (TVs). The tecnical article said, "it should be 11 to 14 microseconds
    wide at 10 percent above the base line". I have always followed that as a
    guide. Has that changed?
    Thanks in advance, Brad

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  2. That sounds about right. The width of the horizontal blanking pulse is
    about 10 microseconds
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