Automotive LED Sequential Brake/Turn Light TI Reference Design

(ACTIVE) TIDA-00336

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Description

This TI Design utilizes a TLC6C5912 shift register operated via two 555 timers integrated in the TLC556 device, showcasing a cost effective solution for rolling LED system design. This design can also withstand automotive cold crank conditions capable of full operation at 5V, with the ability to operate down to 3.3V.

Features
  • LED patterns remain periodic while still adjustable by the user  - Flexibility in number of LED s used
  • No MCU or Software required - Cost effective solution helping with production release time
  • Thermal Shutdown protection integrated in TLC6C5912-Q1  – Avoid overheating and damaging the IC.
  • Slow swithcing time: rise time=207ns fall time=128ns – Helps significantly with reducing EMI

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TI Devices (2)

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Part Number Name Product Family Sample & Buy Design Kits & Evaluation Modules
TLC556  Dual LinCMOS™ Timer  Clock & Timing  Sample & Buy Not Available
TLC6C5912-Q1  Automotive Power Logic 12-Bit Shift Register LED Driver  LED Driver  Sample & Buy Not Available

Technical Documents

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User guides (2)
Title Abstract Type Size (KB) Date Views
PDF 23 03 Oct 2014 40
PDF 276 03 Oct 2014 28
Design files (3)
Title Abstract Type Size (KB) Date Views
ZIP 12 03 Oct 2014 40
PDF 42 03 Oct 2014 19
PDF 131 03 Oct 2014 140

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