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RGB LED drivers

LED indication and animation that enhances the user experience

Are you looking to add simple status indication with 7-segment or dot-matrix LEDs, or enable colorful, responsive LED patterns for human machine interface (HMI) applications? We have flexible options that come with or without independent dimming control to meet either requirement. Explore our portfolio to find an RGB LED driver that meets your communications interface needs, drives greater brightness uniformity and offers extremely precise dimming.  

Product portfolio

I2C interface

I2C is the most widely used interface to achieve independent dimming control. We offer both line-powered drivers and battery-powered drivers with integrated step-up regulators.

Serial interface

Serial interfaces can achieve fast communication speed (up to 30 MHz) and have cascaded connection capability. We offer LED drivers for one, two and four-wire interfaces.

GPIO Interface

GPIO interface offers the easiest control method directly from your controller. You can drive one to eight LED indicators independently with these LED drivers.

How to select a RGB LED driver

Is your LED a common anode or common cathode? Does your power supply use line power or battery power? This short video explains a few design implementations you can consider to make a more confident RGB LED driver selection decision. 

Featured products

LP5036

36-channel, I2C constant-current RGB LED driver with 10-µA shutdown quiescent current

TLC59283

16-channel constant-current LED driver with precharge FET

LP5569

9-channel, I2C RGB LED driver with engine control

Featured reference designs

Featured literature

TLC59283 for LED Indication with Better Brightness Uniformity, Smaller Size

This application report showcases how to use the TLC59283 to drive seven-segment, dot-matrix displays or a large quantity of LED indicators.