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A8435EESTR-T Digi-Key Allegro MicroSystems, LLC Integrated Circuits (ICs) IC LED DRVR WHITE BCKLGHT 16QFN
MIC2287C-34YML TR Digi-Key Micrel Inc Integrated Circuits (ICs) IC LED DRIVER WHITE BCKLGT 8-MLF
MIC2287CYD5 Digi-Key Micrel Inc Integrated Circuits (ICs) IC LED DRIVR WHITE BCKLGT TSOT-5
EL7513IWT-T7 Digi-Key Intersil Integrated Circuits (ICs) IC LED DRIVR WHITE BCKLGT TSOT-8
EL7630ICZ-T7 Digi-Key Intersil Integrated Circuits (ICs) IC LED DRVR WHITE BCKLGT SC-70-6
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  • Circuit Ideas: How to Parallel LED Current Drivers
    As white LEDs become more pervasive, there are ever-more options for driving them. Linear constantcurrent drivers, for instance, offer low EMI, low cost, and use only a few components. Many designers favor them for low-current applications where power loss is a minor concern. If power dissipation
  • Increase the Number of Series White LEDs with a "Constant Voltage" OVP Circuit
    A unique over-voftage protection (OVP) circuit is presented for use with the AAT123I, an inductive boast con. stant current wtute LED driver.. The circuit allows transition from constant current to constant voilage at the. OVP threshold, maintaining the programmed output voltage and current during
  • Adapting Press-Fit Technology - White Paper
    packages, power conversion and generation, MEMs devices, Solar, LED and Automotive Interfaces are seeing higher operational temperatures. The needs for improved thermal dissipation, resistance to shock and hermetic sealing are some of the technologies that are demanding performance extremes from
  • Society for Information Display New Products March 2002
    Seiko Announces Three-channel White-LED Driver IC Torrance, California, March 27, 2002 - Seiko Instruments introduced today the S-8813 Series three-channel white-LED driver IC. The S-8813 is a CMOS charge-pump IC with a built-in constant-current circuit. The ultra-small SON10 package
  • Switch Tips: Photointerrupter switches
    thermal constraints. Switches based on photointerrupters have no contacts, no lubricant, and only one spring. The switching action takes place by depressing a button that interrupts the optical path between an infrared LED and a photodiode or phototransistor. This provides a momentary "low

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