High Efficiency, High Power Factor TRIAC Dimmable 7 WTYP LED Driver
June 16, 2010 // Power Integration // 0 commentsDownload White Paper 2Mo
This document describes a high power-factor corrected dimmable LED driver designed to drive 21 V at 0.33 A from an input voltage range of 90 VAC to 265 VAC. The LED driver utilizes the LNK403EG from Power Integrations. LinkSwitch-PH ICs allow the implementation of cost effective and low component count LED drivers which both meet power factor and harmonics limits but also offer enhanced end user experience. This includes ultra-wide dimming range, flicker free operation (even with low cost with AC line TRIAC dimmers) and fast, clean turn on. This document contains the LED driver specification, schematic, PCB diagram, bill of materials, transformer documentation and typical performance characteristics.
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