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Drive any LED application with high power density options

Our extensive portfolio of LED drivers, design tools and technical resources can help you add innovative lighting features to your design. Search for the best device for your system in two different ways: by the function of the LEDs in your design or by the topology of the LED driver power supply.

Product portfolio

Automotive LED drivers

Differentiate your vehicle displays and interior or exterior lighting applications with matrix managers, linear or switching LED drivers, and automotive-qualified backlight LED drivers.

Backlight LED drivers

View our large portfolio of step-up (boost) LED drivers that utilize precise dimming control for LCD panel backlighting. Light a wide range of screen sizes with maximum VIN options from 1.8 V to 45 V.

Illumination LED drivers

Enable illumination with infrared, multi-color or UV lights in your industrial or personal electronics designs with our step-down (buck) or multi-topology constant-current regulators. 

RGB LED drivers

Add animation or indication functionality to your polychromatic LED arrays with our RGB LED drivers. Our versatile, multi-channel solutions are compatibile for a variety of common interfaces.

LED display drivers

Control individual LED strings with high integration and low-power consumption. Find a multi-channel LED driver for large or narrow pixel pitches, or a matrix solution for mini and micro-LED digital display signage applications. 

Power trends

Power management is at the center of enabling the continued integration of electronics in our lives. For decades, TI has been at the forefront of developing new process, packaging and circuit-design technologies to deliver the best power devices for your design. Check out our featured LED Drivers below, designed to help you address power density.

LED drivers for power density

Enable the highest power density for your LED designs. We have a diverse portfolio of highly integrated devices to meet the needs of a wide variety of markets – from rugged factory automation applications, evolving automotive lighting systems, or shrinking personal electronics. 

Our devices give you options for solving the tough challenges of balancing high system power output with a small solution size. You can efficiently drive higher current output per channel, remove heat more effectively with our thermally enhanced packages, and shrink your system footprint with our constant current monolithic linear and DC/DC LED drivers. 

TPS92520-Q1

4.5-V to 65-V, dual 1.6-A synchronous buck LED driver with SPI control

TPS92200

4-V to 30-V input voltage, 1.5-A output current, synchronous buck LED driver with dimming options

LP5024

24-channel, I2C-constant-current RGB LED driver

LED driver basics training series

This video covers topics that allow you to learn more about LED driver design considerations and overcoming system design challenges. Learn more about other LED design considerations by viewing the full video series below.