lcd led panel voltage and there point

PANEL VOLTAGE AND THERE TESTING POINT 

VON= VGH=VGON=VDDG=20v to 30v

Gate-On Supply. VON is the positive supply voltage for the CKV_, CKVB_, and STVP high-voltage driver outputs.
This VGH (VGate High) voltage was generated by DC-DC circuits. And their voltage is about 20V ~30V but it will depends on the T-con board design. The feature of VGH voltage is to supply to the Gate Driver Board as a “Switch ON” feature. 




VOFF= VGL=VGOFF=VEEG= -5v to -9v

Gate-Off Supply. VOFF is the negative supply voltage for the CKV_, CKVB_, and STVP high-voltage driver outputs. 
The VGL (VGateLow) voltage was generated by the DC-DC section too. Some T-con board will use a higher voltage as -15V or a lower voltage as -1V. So it will depend on the T-con design and it’s not much on the market. Typically is -5V~ -7V. This negative voltage is supply to Gate Driver Board. The VGL voltage is as “Switch Off” feature. When VGL negative voltage is supply.

VDD= Vlogic=Vddd=Dvdd=3.3v

Supply Input. VDD is the logic supply input for the scan driver.This VDD voltage is output from the DC-DC IC or using an external Voltage Regulator IC to generate. It is 3.3V and other voltages like 2.5V (VDD25) and 1.8V (VDD18) was using the VDD 3.3V voltage to convert. After VDD voltage generate it is supply to Timing Control section, Source Driver Board and Gate Driver Board.

VDA= Avdd=Vdda=Vsource=13v to 20v

This VDA voltage is about 14V ~20V and it will depends on their T-con board design. The VDA voltage is generated by DC-DC Converter circuits. It is use to supply to the GAMMA circuits and reaching to the Source Driver Board

VCOM =5.5v to 8.5v

half of the avdd suply is supply use for control pixel brightness

STV=squre wave signal having frequency is 92.72khz

Vertical Sync Input. The rising edge of STV begins a frame of data. The STV input is used to generate the high-voltage STVP output.

STVP

High-Voltage Scan-Drive Output. STVP is connected to VOFF when STV is low and is connected to VON when STV is high and CPV1 is low. When both STV and CPV1 are high, STVP is high impedance

CPV1

CPV (Clock Pulse Vertical) -Vertical Clock Pulse Input. CPV1 controls the timing of the CKV1 and CKVB1 outputs, which change state (by first sharing charge) on its falling edge.

CKV1

CKV( Clock Signal)- High-Voltage Scan-Drive Output. When enabled, CKV1 toggles between its high state (connected to VON) and its low state (connected to VOFF) on each falling edge of the CPV1 input. Further, CKV1 is high impedance whenever CPV1 and STV are both low.

CKV2

High-Voltage Scan-Drive Output. When enabled, CKV2 toggles between its high state (connected to VON) and its low state (connected to VOFF) on each falling edge of the CPV2 input. Further, CKV2 is high impedance whenever CPV2 and STV are both low.