What is power supply in TV?

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



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