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LT3922 Low EMI 400kHz, 96°/o Eificient 10W (30V, 333mA) Boost LED Driver with SSFM

Aug 31st 2016
The LT3922 is a monolithic, synchronous, step-up DC/DC converter that utilizes fixed-frequency, peak current control and provides PWM dimming for a string of LEDs. The LED current is programmed by an analog voltage or the duty cycle of pulses at the CTRL pin. The LT3922 will maintain ±2% current regulation through an ...

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LT3922 500mA Boost LED Driver Using Pulse Duty Cycle CTRL Input

Aug 31st 2016
The LT3922 is a monolithic, synchronous, step-up DC/DC converter that utilizes fixed-frequency, peak current control and provides PWM dimming for a string of LEDs. The LED current is programmed by an analog voltage or the duty cycle of pulses at the CTRL pin. The LT3922 will maintain ±2% current regulation through an ...

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LT3922 2MHZ, 95% Efficient 15W (15V, 1A) Buck Mode LED Driver

Aug 31st 2016
The LT3922 is a monolithic, synchronous, step-up DC/DC converter that utilizes fixed-frequency, peak current control and provides PWM dimming for a string of LEDs. The LED current is programmed by an analog voltage or the duty cycle of pulses at the CTRL pin. The LT3922 will maintain ±2% current regulation through an ...

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LT3922 500mA, 5V to 12V Boost Convener with Accurate Input Current Limit

Aug 31st 2016
The LT3922 is a monolithic, synchronous, step-up DC/DC converter that utilizes fixed-frequency, peak current control and provides PWM dimming for a string of LEDs. The LED current is programmed by an analog voltage or the duty cycle of pulses at the CTRL pin. The LT3922 will maintain ±2% current regulation through an ...

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LT3922 Low EMI 2MHZ, 333mA Boost LED Driver with SSFM

Aug 31st 2016
The LT3922 is a monolithic, synchronous, step-up DC/DC converter that utilizes fixed-frequency, peak current control and provides PWM dimming for a string of LEDs. The LED current is programmed by an analog voltage or the duty cycle of pulses at the CTRL pin. The LT3922 will maintain ±2% current regulation through an ...

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