LED Lighting Driver Evaluation Board
April 11, 2012 // Texas Instruments // 0 commentsDownload White Paper 4Mo
The TPS92310 EVM-8W evaluation module is a constant current output LED driver supporting 5W to 8W applications. The design focuses on applications that require small form factor and minimal number of external components. The module can work with AC line input from 90 to 132VRMS or 180 to 264VRMS and supplying 350mA current into a single string of LEDs, typically 6-7 LEDs in series.
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