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Parameters

Channels (#) 1 LED current per channel (mA) 19.5 LED configuration Single LED (#) 1 Program memory No Programmable ramp control Yes Vin (Min) (V) 2.7 Vin (Max) (V) 5.5 Vout (Min) (V) 2.7 Vout (Max) (V) 5.5 Iout (Max) (A) 0.0195 Iq (Typ) (mA) 0.025 Shutdown current (Typ) (uA) 0.4 Peak efficiency (%) 100 Features Synchronous Rectification Operating temperature range (C) -30 to 85 open-in-new Find other RGB & white LED drivers

Package | Pins | Size

DSBGA (YFQ) 4 0 mm² .926 x .926 open-in-new Find other RGB & white LED drivers

Features

  • Wide Input-Voltage Range: 2.7 V to 5.5 V
  • Adjustable Output Current: 2.8 mA to 19.5 mA
  • Programmable Blinking Sequence with Current Rise and Fall Time Control
  • Default Blinking Sequence for Simple Systems Without Programming Capabilities
  • Single-Wire Interface
  • Constant Current High Side Output Driver
  • Very Low Headroom Voltage (40 mV Typical)
  • Ultra-Small Solution Size – No External Components
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Description

The LP5560 is a programmable LED driver that can generate variety of blinking sequences with up to three pulses of different length per sequence. Blinking sequences can be programmed through a single-wire interface. Programmable parameters include on and off times as well as rise and fall times. Default sequence is programmed into the LP5560 to enable the use of device in simple systems without programming capabilities.

Very low headroom voltage eliminates the need for a boost converter. Indicator LEDs can be driven directly from the battery. Small package size combined with zero external components minimizes the solution size.

LP5560 is available in TI’s tiny 4-pin DSBGA package with 0.4-mm pitch.

For all available packages, see the orderable addendum at the end of the data sheet.
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Technical documentation

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* Datasheet LP5560 Programmable Single-LED Driver With Simple Single-Wire Control and Small Solution Size datasheet (Rev. E) Nov. 07, 2016
Application notes How to Select a RGB LED Driver Aug. 08, 2019
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User guides LP5560 AN-2211 Evaluation Board (Rev. A) Apr. 30, 2013

Design & development

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The LP5560 is a programmable LED driver that can generate a variety of blinking sequences with up to three pulses of different length per sequence. Blinking sequences can be programmed through a single-wire interface. Programmable parameters include on and off times as well as rise and fall times. A (...)

Features
  • Single constant current high side LED driver
  • Programmable blinking sequence with current rise and fall time control
  • Default blinking sequence for simple systems without programming capabilities
  • Single-wire interface
  • Ultra-small solution size
    • No external components
    • 4 pin micro SMD package, 0.891 mm (max (...)
GUIS FOR EVALUATION MODULES (EVM) Download
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