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What does VFD stand for?

VFD stands for Vacuum Fluorescent Display

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Mostly Japanese scientists working for companies consider phosphors for such applications as lamps, cathode-ray tubes, vacuum fluorescent displays and field emission displays, and plasma display; organic fluorescent pigments; solid-state laser materials; and other topics.
Options include a deluxe microprocessor controller with 40-character vacuum fluorescent display, real-time clock, and a process protection system that adds an adjustable high-temperature safety shutoff on the process heat circuit.
Using a vacuum fluorescent display and lighted indicators, the instruments report test parameters, dynamic test results, statistics and final accept/reject status with no operator judgment required.
These new models come with large, clear displays and are available with either a vacuum fluorescent display for use in areas with factory or industry-type lighting to maximize visibility, or liquid crystal displays where battery operation or low power usage are considerations.
In addition, a three-dimensional, sealed, color keypad with tactile-feel 14-segment vacuum fluorescent display or 9[inches] CRT, both with conversational message prompts, make communication and operation easier than ever for the operator," says Victor Tarana, vice president, sales & marketing.
The mid-level system contains three modules and an AM/FM/FM stereo tuner, plus vacuum fluorescent display and a series of buttons with functions that change depending on the operation of the unit.