Compact linear LED driver from Diodes Incorporated suits low-current lighting systems

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09/13/2012

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The AL5812 drives up to 16 low-power LEDs.

Delivering a constant current of up to 150 mA, the AL5812 60-V linear LED driver from Diodes Incorporated provides designers of low-current illumination and signage applications with a simplified circuit for accurately controlling ½ W LEDs. Housed in small-footprint, thermally-enhanced SM packages, the driver is able to meet power-handling requirements over a wide supply-voltage and ambient-temperature range. LED current is set using a high value resistor on the driver's low voltage, 0.5-V RSET pin, enabling the specification of a lower cost, smaller footprint resistor to reduce total system BOM cost. A standard low-value decoupling capacitor is the only other external component needed. The driver maintains an LED current accuracy to a tolerance of 3%. Offered in the exposed pad MSOP-8EP and U-DFN3030-6 packages, the AL5812 drives up to 16 low-power LEDs, with its open-drain output handling a swing from 1 to 60 V. The driver's industrial temperature range of -40 to +125 °C means it readily accommodates high luminaire operating temperatures. The AL5812 linear LED driver from Diodes Incorporated is available for $ 0.20 USD each in 1k quantities. Diodes Incorporated

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