TPS92075 - 120VAC, 5W, Phase Dimmable Non-Isolated Buck PFC LED Driver

(ACTIVE) PMP8023

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Description

The main purpose of this reference design is to demonstrate a high performance and low BOM cost offline phase dimmable Buck PFC LED driver based on TPS92075. This LED driver is designed for converting an AC input to a regulated LED current.


The operating conditions and performance of the reference design are as follows:

  • ●90VAC to 132VAC, 60Hz Input Voltage
  • ●30V LED Voltage
  • ●130mA LED Current
  • ●≥79% System Efficiency
  • ●> 0.95 Power Factor

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Parametrics
 PMP8023.1
(Output Voltage 1)
Vin (Min) (V)90
Vin (Max) (V)132
Vout (Nom) (V)30
Iout (Max) (A).13
Output Power (W)3.9
Isolated/Non-IsolatedNon-Isolated
Input TypeAC
TopologyBuck- Non Sync

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Part Number Name Product Family Sample & Buy Design Kits & Evaluation Modules
TPS92075  Non-isolated, Phase Dimmable, Buck PFC LED Driver with Digital Reference Control  LED Driver  Sample & Buy View Design Kits & Evaluation Modules

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User guides (1)
Title Abstract Type Size (KB) Date Views
PDF 534 12 Apr 2013 43
Design files (2)
Title Abstract Type Size (KB) Date Views
PDF 89 12 Apr 2013 12
PDF 111 12 Apr 2013 27


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