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2007-04-12 WLED drivers for cameras feature built-in LDOs
Maxim Integrated Products has introduced the MAX8645X/MAX8645Y, said to be the smallest WLED drivers with two built-in LDOs for camera supply.
2008-05-19 WLED drivers backlight entry-level phone displays
AnalogicTech's AAT3103 constant frequency, charge-pump-based, current source WLED drivers are designed to backlight lower-cost LCD displays in entry-level cellphones.
2008-02-01 WLED driver enables large LCDs in portable apps
By driving up to 10 WLEDs in a serial string, AnalogicTech's new boost converter simplifies the use of larger LCD panels in battery-powered portable devices.
2007-07-30 Tiny white LED drivers suit entry-level handsets
AnalogicTech has released the AAT3193, the first in a family of two- and three-channel, charge pump-based white LED drivers for entry-level handsets
2007-09-06 Small WLED drivers tout 92% efficiency
Maxim Integrated Products had released the MAX8901A/MAX8901B claimed to be the smallest, highest efficiency white-LED (WLED) drivers, achieving up to 92 percent efficiency.
2009-05-15 Phone market welcomes WLED drivers
AnalogicTech has introduced a set of flash and backlight white LED (WLED) drivers for the competitive feature phone market.
2010-03-31 WLED driver ensures precise brightness control
Maxim Integrated Products is rolling out a high-efficiency WLED driver with an integrated boost converter and five GPIO ports
2010-01-07 Supplement the MAX6948 WLED driver with external PWM control
This application note explains how to add external PWM intensity control to supplement a device's internal PWM. The MAX6948 WLED driver serves as the example device. Configuration settings and performance data are shown
2010-06-10 DC/DC converters pack WLED driver, VCOM buffer
Advanced Analogic Technologies Inc. is offering its latest active matrix TFT LCD DC/DC converters that include a WLED driver and VCOM buffer
2007-02-05 Boost converters ease large-panel WLED design
AnalogicTech has rolled out two high-efficiency boost converters to address the design challenges in using multiple strings of series-connected WLEDs to provide uniform illumination in large-panel lighting applications.
2010-07-02 LED drivers cut need for external Schottky diode
IXYS Corp. has released the LDS8710/11, LDS8720/24/26 inductor-based, high-efficiency LED driver family that eliminates the external Schottky diode normally used in the rectification loop.
2008-06-13 Drivers trim footprint of mid-range camera phones
Advanced Analogic Technologies has unveiled the AAT2848, a trimode charge pump driver IC for white LED backlight display and flash applications.
2006-05-08 Power saving tech boosts efficiency in white LED apps
CMD's new power saving technology and PhotonIC products were designed to increase efficiency in white LED apps at the lowest BOM and the smallest footprint.
2011-08-05 How to use analog dimming with TPS6116x
Find out how to perform analog dimming from PWM signals that are below 5kHz as well as from other analog sources using WLED drivers.
2008-05-16 Design lighting systems with tunable WLEDs
Tunable lighting is a feature offered by solid-state lighting that is beyond the tactical economic benefits of energy reduction and extended service life that are already driving LED adoption in the lighting market. Discover how tunable white LEDs could enhance your lighting designs.
2007-11-01 Chips address lighting challenge
Portable electronic devices today require additional power circuits to drive auxiliary RGB status lights and to backlight the keypad, making lighting a major power management challenge.
2011-10-20 PMIC supports 14 power voltage rails
TI has announced it is expanding its automotive power management portfolio with what it claims as the industry's first 14-rail PMIC for infotainment and cluster applications.
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