DC-DC LED driver ICs
Best-fit components for high-power LEDs
Besides efficiency and current accuracy, the main features in highest demand for DC-DC LED driver ICs are analog and PWM dimming and thermal protection of the LED system. Despite the high efficiency of LEDs, it is important to remember that nearly 60% of all energy supplied to LEDs converts to heat. Exposure to high temperatures significantly decreases LEDs’ lifetime, eliminating a key value proposition for purchasing an LED fixture. The value proposition from Infineon LED driver IC’s is a gradual reduction of the LED current which increases the lifetime and reliability of the LED system.
Semiconductors that enhance high-power LED designs
Infineon offers a broad portfolio of DC-DC LED driver ICs that supports currents between 150 mA and 3 A, making them the ideal choice for high- and ultra-high-power LEDs in general lighting applications. For buck topology, the ILD4000 and ILD6000 families are the best fit. Meanwhile, the ILD1150 family supports buck/boost, boost and SEPIC configurations.
If the budget is your main concern, there’s ILD4000, the low-cost DC-DC LED driver IC family with a breakdown voltage of 40 V and basic thermal protection. For customers requiring many features, discover ILD6000, the feature-rich DC-DC LED driver IC family with a breakdown voltage of 60 V and advanced thermal protection. Its trigger point for thermal protection is also especially easy to adjust. Your design’s efficiency can be as high as 98% across a wide range of operation conditions. Most buck LED drivers give your customers the choice between analog or PWM dimming.
Read the white paper to learn more about our advanced thermal protection with ILD6000.
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Driving high-power LEDs (150mA – 1500 mA) with advanced thermal protection
Driving high and highest-power LEDs (150mA – 3000 mA)
|Application note||Evaluation board|
|High Power LEDs starting from 700mA driven by ILD4001 (AN213)|
Driving high power LEDs (150mA – 350mA)
Buck/boost, boost and SEPIC topology system diagram
Application notes: AC-DC LED driver ICs
Demo board high voltage resonant controller IC 110W 54V power supply using ICL5101
02_02 | Sep 22, 2015 | PDF | 3.17 mb
90 W PFC evaluation board for the IRS2505L
02_00 | Jul 23, 2015 | PDF | 1.72 mb
Application Note 55W Flyback ConverterDesign with IRS2982S controller
01_02 | May 18, 2016 | PDF | 3.67 mb
Digital DC-DC buck controller IC XDP™ digital power ILD2111 evaluation system
01_00 | Jan 07, 2016 | PDF | 3.92 mb
Application notes: DC-DC LED driver ICs
Advanced thermal protection for high power LEDs with 60 V LED controller IC ILD6150
02_02 | Mar 24, 2015 | PDF | 1.56 mb
Advanced thermal protection for high power LEDs with 60V LED controller IC ILD6070
02_01 | Jul 22, 2014 | PDF | 1.52 mb
Driving high power LEDs starting from 700mA with low cost LED controller IC ILD4001
01_01 | Jun 23, 2011 | PDF | 1.6 mb
Driving high power LEDs at 350mA with low cost LED controller IC ILD4035
01_00 | Jul 20, 2011 | PDF | 1.63 mb
Application notes: linear LED driver ICs
Driving mid power LEDs from 65mA to 200mA LED driver ICs with BCR320U and BCR420U family
01_00 | Dec 14, 2010 | PDF | 993 kb
Driving low power LEDs from 10mA to 65mA LED driver ICs with BCR401W and BCR402W family
01_00 | Feb 16, 2010 | PDF | 3.23 mb
Driving mid & high power LEDs from 65mA to 700mA with thermal protection LED controller IC BCR450
01_00 | Dec 08, 2009 | PDF | 1.8 mb
Design guide digital flyback controller IC XDP™ digital power ICL8105
01_00 | Jan 28, 2016 | PDF | 6.61 mb
Design guide Digital DC-DC buck controller IC XDP™ digital power ILD2111
01_00 | Jan 13, 2016 | PDF | 978 kb
IRS2505L uPFC™ Control IC Design Guide
Aug 09, 2015 | PDF | 941 kb
Design guide high voltage resonant controller IC for PFC and LLC converter using ICL5101
01_10 | Nov 18, 2015 | PDF | 1.46 mb
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