Calls Seoul Semiconductor IC series MicroDriver the smallest led drivers power 24 W
Seoul Semiconductor company specializing in the production of LEDs and related components, has introduced a series of chipsets drivers NanoDriver to power the LEDs. According to the manufacturer, the chip series MicroDriver, the smallest led drivers power 24 watts DC. The dimensions of such chips make up only 13.5 x 13.5 x 1,42 mm.
The series includes four models with different combinations of input voltage which can be 120V or 230V, and power to the load (16 watts or 24 watts). The input voltage can be variable as well as constant. Efficiency is 85%, the inrush current at startup does not exceed 300 mA. The driver has an overheat protection.
The advantages of drivers NanoDriver manufacturer considers a small number of external components in a typical circuit. According to Seoul Semiconductor, these chips will find use in compact led lamps, where the demand for small size components.
Source: Seoul Semiconductor