N-Channel Controller for Dimmable LED Drives with Low-Side Current Sense Evaluation Module Board


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The TPS92690EVM evaluation module is a constant current LED driver that can support applications up to 35W (35V at 1A). The LED current is pre-set at 500mA and the output voltage range is 20V to 35V. The input voltage range for this design is 8V to 19V which is typical for automotive applications as well as common off the shelf AC-DC power supplies.

  • Wide input voltage range
  • Adjustable current sense (analog dimming) input
  • PWM dimming input
  • Low power shutdown
  • SYNC input
  • Current mode control with slope compensation
  • Adjustable current limit
  • Low side current sense
  • Input under-voltage lockout
  • Output over-voltage protection
  • Precision reference

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N-Channel Controller for Dimmable LED Drives with Low-Side Current Sense Evaluation Module Board


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PDF 960 16 Oct 2012 193

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TPS92690  N-Channel Controller for Dimmable LED Drives with Low-Side Current Sense  LED Driver 
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