LED drivers

Drive any LED application with high power density options

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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 ways: by the function of the LEDs in your design or by the topology of the LED driver power supply.

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LP5891-Q1 NEW

Automotive, 48 x 16 matrix LED driver with 16-bits pulse width modulation dimming

Approx. price (USD) 1ku | 7.056

48 current sources, 64 scans, common cathode matrix LED display driver

Approx. price (USD) 1ku | 4.068
LP5891 NEW

48 × 16 LED matrix driver with 16-bits PWM dimming and ultra low power

Approx. price (USD) 1ku | 3.78
TPS92667-Q1 NEW

Automotive low noise 16-channel LED matrix manager with advanced diagnostics

Approx. price (USD) 1ku | 3
TPS92620-Q1 NEW

Automotive two-channel high-current 40-V high-side LED driver with thermal sharing

Approx. price (USD) 1ku | 0.755
TPS92622-Q1 NEW

Automotive two-channel 40-V high-side LED driver with thermal sharing

Approx. price (USD) 1ku | 0.714

Power trends

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 to evolving automotive lighting systems or shrinking personal electronics. By using our devices, you can efficiently drive higher current output, remove heat more effectively with our thermally enhanced packages and shrink your system footprint with our monolithic linear and DC/DC LED drivers.

Featured products for power density

1.6-A dual synchronous buck LED driver with SPI

TPS92633-Q1 ACTIVE Automotive three-channel high-side LED driver with thermal sharing and off-board binning
LP5860 ACTIVE 11 × 18 LED matrix driver with 8-bit analog and 8-/16-bit PWM dimming

Technical resources

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Common LED Functions and LED Driver Design Considerations
This paper describes four main functions of an LED and how to optimize your design with each.
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LED Driver Topologies
This video provides an overview of the multiple topologies to consider when selecting an LED driver, including the advantages and disadvantages that come with the boost, buck, floating buck boost, SEPIC and Ćuk topologies.
Dimming Algorithms
This video reviews the relationship between LED current and light output, as well as the benefits and limitations of analog and PWM dimming methodologies.

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