In this video we’re going to be recycling some broken laptop screens to make a fake window light for some cosy evening illumination!
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LED_EN (the ‘on button’) is sometimes called EN, ENA, BL_ON, LEDON, BL_EN, or ENAB
PWM may also be PWM_1
VLED (12v) may also be called VCCS, or LED_VCCS. If you can’t find it try and find the fuse instead and solder to that.
If you can’t find a pad it may be because it’s referenced with a number instead (R110 for example), with its full name given in a key somewhere else on the PCB (sometimes framed by a white box).
If any of you find some other names for the above pads please let me know and I’ll add them to the list!