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Low EMI LED Driver Features 2A, 40V, Integrated, Synchronous Switches for Automotive Lighting

Keith Szolusha - Applications Engineering Section Leader Oct 12th 2016
Design Note DN557: Introduction The breadth of LED applications has grown to encompass everything from general lighting to automotive, industrial and test equipment, sign boards and safety instruments. Feature requirements for LED drivers have become more extensive. The latest LED solutions require drivers that are compact, ...

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3A, 1MHz Buck Mode LED Driver with Integrated Voltage Limiting

Matthew Grant - Sr Design Eng Oct 3rd 2016
Design Note DN556: Introduction The LT3952 monolithic LED driver includes a 4A, 60V DMOS power switch, excellent for driving high current LEDs in buck mode. Among its many features is an input current sense amplifier, which can be leveraged to provide built-in LED voltage limiting in buck mode.   In buck mode, the ...

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Spread Spectrum Frequency Modulation Reduces EMI

Kevin B. Scott - Senior Strategic Marketing Engineer
Greg Zimmer - Senior Product Marketing Engineer
Nov 4th 2015
Electromagnetic Radiation (EMR), Electromagnetic Interference (EMI) and Electromagnetic Compliance (EMC) are terms that pertain to energy from electrically charged particles and the associated magnetic fields that can potentially interfere with circuit performance and signal transmissions. With the proliferation of wireless ...

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