If you’re planning to attend Strategies in Light this year in Santa Clara, then you’re in for a treat. You see, a few months ago TI’s LED Lighting product portfolio grew significantly in result of the National Semiconductor acquisition. Therefore, we’re planning to show some “light” at this year’s SIL event by demonstrating anywhere from 6-8 new lighting designs. To get a first-hand look at all of the demos that we’ll be displayed, you can swing by our booth (#710) anytime during exhibit hours.
If perhaps you’re unable to make this year’s Strategies in Light show, there’s no need to worry. As a convenience to you, I’ve listed a sneak-peak at some of the new lighting designs that will be shown at our booth.
- TPS92070: Integrated Dimming LED Driving Controller
- LM3448: Phase Dimmable Offline LED Driver with Integrated FET
- LM3466: Smart Linear LED Driver for Multi-Channel LED Systems
- TLC5970: 3-Channel (single pixel), 12-Bit PWM LED Driver w/ Buck DC-DC Converter
- LM3492: 2-Ch Individual Dimmable LED Driver w/Boost Converter
- LM3414: 60W Common Anode Capable Constant Current Buck LED Driver
- C2000™ MCU AC LED Lighting & Communications Developer’s Kit
To take it one step further, for those of you who can’t make it out to Santa Clara this year, we’re also planning to shoot some video footage of our lighting designs on the show floor. So make sure you check back in to the Power House blog for a comprehensive look at what’s going on in booth #710 at Strategies in Light 2012.
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