Posts Tagged ‘reference design’

Power chip for 75W LED lighting

Power Integrations has introduced chips for mains-powered LED lighting up to 75W. The single stage design has both power factor correction (PFC) and a constant current regulation, and is aimed at high-bay, car park and street lamps. There are two devices: LNK410EG (dimming) and LNK420EG (non-dimming), plus…

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Atmel gets ZigBee Light Link certification

Atmel has achieved ZigBee Light Link Certification for its wireless controller reference design, writes Steve Bush. Light Link is one of the competing technologies for consumers wireless control over domestic LED fixtures, light bulbs, timers, remotes and switches. One controller can handle up to 255 devices…

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Intersil develops LED LCoS-based pico-projector

Intersil has developed a pico projector system, which it claims is the smallest production-ready LED liquid crystal on silicon (LCoS) based design, writes Richard Wilson. Developed for embedded or accessory pico projector applications, the firm’s reference design is based on Micron’s E330 5.5 cubic cm qHD…

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LED driver circuit for 100W A19 light bulbs

An LED-driver reference design for an LED replacement of 100W  incandescent bulbs has been introduced by Power Integrations, writes Richard WIlson. Dubbed DER-322, the circuit is desigend to fit neat inside the A19 form factor, is EN61000-3-2 C (D) compliant and easily passes THD limits. With…

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