LED Controllers

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Automotive-compliant fast dimming linear LED controller

Automotive-compliant fast dimming linear LED controller
Global manufacturer and supplier of high-quality products within the broad discrete, logic, analog and mixed-signal semiconductor markets, Diodes Incorporated, has the availability of the AL5816Q, an automotive-compliant linear LED controller for Automotive LED lighting.
29th March 2019

Linear LED controller ICs for general lighting

Linear LED controller ICs for general lighting
Two new members of the BCR linear LED controller IC portfolio from Infineon Technologies have been introduced with the BCR601 and BCR602. The BCR601 features an innovative voltage feedback to the primary side also known as ‘active headroom control’ (AHC), enabling cost and power effective LED driver applications.
26th March 2019

Lighting controller for convenient energy savings

Lighting controller for convenient energy savings
A global semiconductor supplier, STMicroelectronics, has combined its LED-control know-how with advanced power technologies in a new all-in-one LED control chip that enables future luminaires to save more energy and deliver better user experiences.
14th February 2019


Synchronous boost LED controller with 60V output

Synchronous boost LED controller with 60V output
A new product has been announced by Analog Devices, with the Power by Linear LT3762, a 60V output, high efficiency, synchronous, boost LED driver controller with a programmable internal LED PWM signal generator and spread spectrum frequency modulation that yield low EMI noise.
9th July 2018

Linear LED controllers deliver efficiency and accuracy

Linear LED controllers deliver efficiency and accuracy
Diodes Incorporated has announced the AL5814, AL5817, AL5815 and AL5816 linear LED controllers, delivering dimmable and adjustable drive current for LED strings with more than 80% efficiency. The AL58xx series provides a low BOM-cost solution for a range of applications in the commercial and industrial areas including signage, instrumentation illumination, lighting of appliance interiors, architectural details and general smart-lighting installations.
29th March 2018

Controlling LED lighting using triacs and quadracs

Controlling LED lighting using triacs and quadracs
  Light Emitting Diodes (LEDs) are fast becoming the most popular lighting option. Industry forecasts anticipate the market will continue to expand at an annual rate of 20% from 2011 to 2016, with the greatest growth coming in the commercial and industrial lighting sectors.
2nd January 2018

Controlling LED colour and brightness with a smartphone

Controlling LED colour and brightness with a smartphone
  Bluetooth mesh networking and beacon functionality are now allowing smart lighting startups like PURillume to simplify installation complexity, reduce energy consumption, and automate lighting controls merely by using a smartphone or a tablet.
26th April 2017

Design platform drives LED lamps up to 25W

Design platform drives LED lamps up to 25W
The AL1692 LED controller/driver introduced by Diodes Incorporated is a platform-based design solution for triac-dimmable LED lamps. The internal MOSFET versions provide a low-cost solution with compact PCB size and directly drive lamps rated from 3W to 13W. The controller-only version with an external MOSFET can support higher power applications up to 25W.
13th December 2016

LED Holder Type Z35 enables easy assembly

LED Holder Type Z35 enables easy assembly
TE Connectivity has introduced the LUMAWISE LED holder type Z35 to provide a higher level of integration via a solderless connection to chip-on-board (COB) LEDs, using standard pan-head and countersunk screws. TE’s new LUMAWISE holder is suitable for LED boards from numerous manufacturers, in two sizes: 13.5x13.5mm and 12x15mm. It enables quick and easy assembly through tape-in LED retention and integrated poke-in wire termination.
8th December 2016

Aerial Imaging technology launched in Europe

Aerial Imaging technology launched in Europe
Omron Electronic Components Europe is launching Aerial Imaging technology in Europe, allowing directions and other images to appear floating in the air in shopping malls, transport terminals and other locations. Commenting, Gabriele Fulco, European Product Marketing Manager Sensors of Omron said, “This is the future of signage. We believe that aerial imaging will become a commonly used feature of our cities and public spaces.
1st November 2016


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