- Power supply refers to an elaborate electrical system on your TV’s motherboard.
- A TV’s power supply system consists of visible parts such as integrated circuits, transformers, and capacitors.
- The power supply is usually interchanged with power voltage which refers to the amount of electrical power the TV receives.
- Modern TVs have an automatic voltage stabilizer that automatically keeps the voltage level constant.
- The power supply levels are kept at 100-220V for most televisions regardless of changes in the TV power supply or input devices.
- A typical smart TV uses a standard 150V power supply (voltage).
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