TPS92830-Q1 3-Channel High-Current Linear LED Controller Evaluation Module (EVM)

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Description

The TPS92830-Q1 evaluation module (EVM) helps designers evaluate the operation and performance of the TPS92830-Q1, a 3-channel high-current linear LED controller for automotive lighting applications. It features precision current regulation with external MOSFET. It also has full diagnostics for LED-string open circuit and short circuit with auto recovery.

Features
  • Channel-current setting by separate high-side sensing resistors
  • LED short and open protection and fault reporting
  • Stand-alone operation with full duty cycle or PWM dimming via internal PWM generator
  • Analog dimming with potentiometer on LED board (can be used for bin resistor)
  • Current derating during overvoltage
  • Open-fault detection mask during dropout mode

What's Included

  • TPS92830-Q1 EVM
  • LED board
  • Cable assembly


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TPS92830EVM:
TPS92830-Q1 3-Channel High-Current Linear LED Controller Evaluation Module (EVM)

$249.00(USD)




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Datasheet (1)
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PDF 1773 16 Jan 2018
User guides (1)
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PDF 563 04 Jul 2017 234

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Part Number Name Product Family
TPS92830-Q1  Automotive 3-Channel High-side High-Power Constant-Current Linear LED Driver  LED Driver 

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