LED controller revisits automotive lighting with a linear design

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Texas Instruments (TI) has unveiled a three-channel high-side linear LED controller that works without internal MOSFETs and provides developers with greater flexibility in automotive lighting designs. The TPS92830-Q1 chip facilitates higher power and better thermal dissipation than conventional LED controllers.

Conventional LED drivers, which integrate the MOSFET, limit a designer’s ability to customize features. So, in order to achieve the desired system performance, automotive lighting engineers often have to make significant design modifications.  Read more...

Reference: Electronic Products
                  Majeed Ahmad