TPS92200D1EVM

TPS92200D1 synchronous buck LED driver evaluation module

TPS92200D1EVM

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Overview

The TPS92200D1EVM evaluation module (EVM) helps designers evaluate the operation and performance of the TPS92200D1 synchronous buck switching regulator designed for high-current LED driver applications. The TPS92200D1 is a 1.5-A synchronous buck LED driver and features a wide input voltage range (4 V to 30 V), it supports analog mode dimming (1% to 100%) with analog input (0.65 V to 1.2 V), and PWM mode dimming (100 Hz to 2 kHz).  For safety, kinds of protection are implemented, including LED open/short protection, sense resistor open/short protection, and device thermal protection. To protect LED from over current damage, the driver will enter hiccup protection mode once over current detected.

Features
  • Two 150-mΩ/90-mΩ MOSFETs for 1.5-A continuous output current
  • 100-mV internal voltage reference in analog/PWM dimming mode
  • Precision analog dimming by analog and PWM input as low as 1%
  • LED open/short protection
  • Sense resistor open/short protection
Illumination LED drivers
TPS92200 4-V to 30-V input voltage, 1.5-A output current, synchronous buck LED driver with dimming options

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* User guide TPS92200EVM 30-V, 1.5-A Buck LED Driver Evaluation Module Nov. 28, 2018
Data sheet TPS92200 4-V to 30-V Input Voltage, 1.5-A Output Current, Synchronous Buck LED Driver With Flexible Dimming Options datasheet (Rev. A) Sep. 20, 2021
Certificate TPS92200D1EVM EU Declaration of Conformity (DoC) Jun. 01, 2020

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