UCC28810EVM-003

110-W Multiple String LED Driver with Universal Line Input and PFC Evaluation Module

UCC28810EVM-003

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Overview

The UCC28810EVM-003 is an 110-W offline AC-to-DC LED current driver with power factor correction. This design utilizes a three stage approach with a universal input boost PFC stage, a low-side buck stage providing a controlled current source and a half-bridge DC transformer stage to provide isolation to four LED strings.

Features
  • 90-VRMS to 265-VRMS Operation
  • Boost Follower or Fixed Output PFC Stage
  • PFC Disable
  • Output Current Disable
  • External or Internal PWM Dimming
  • Output Isolated from Line Input
  • Open Circuit Protection (If one LED string fails open the remaining strings stay on.)
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Evaluation board

UCC28810EVM-003 — 110-W Multiple String LED Driver with Universal Line Input and PFC Evaluation Module

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UCC28810EVM-003 Design Calculator — SLUC205.ZIP (212KB)

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* EVM User's guide UCC28810EVM-003 110W Multiple String LED Driver with Universal Line Input and PF (Rev. B) Oct. 01, 2010
Certificate UCC28810EVM-003 EU Declaration of Conformity (DoC) Jan. 02, 2019
Data sheet LED Lighting Power Controller datasheet Oct. 22, 2008

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