Part Number: TPS92410 Other Parts Discussed in Thread: TPS92411 Hello guys,
One of my customer is considering using TPS92410 for their next products.
They want to drive 20~25pcs of white LED from AC100V with 20~30 mA, small parts count and no isolation…
Part Number: TPS92411 Other Parts Discussed in Thread: TPS92410
I have apply to TPS92411 for our project. TI_question(TPS92411_PowerPAD).pptx
Please check to my question(Refer to atteched file)
Thanks and BR
Part Number: TPS92410 Other Parts Discussed in Thread: TPS92411 Hello Team,
For TPS92410 and TPS92411,
Can this solution be used for universal input supply range?
Can this support design up to 30W?
What is max conversion efficiency achieved with this…
Part Number: TPS92411 Morning gents,
I have seen in my TPS94211 design that the voltage on the drain of the mosfet is about 18VDC + 8VAC more or less. So basically there is a DC component that is behaving like a constant resistor and on top of that an…
Part Number: TPS92411 Other Parts Discussed in Thread: TPS92513 , TPS92410 , , UCC28700 , LM3447 I currently have a SMPS generating 24V, 2A output, which is running two individual TPS92513 It is working quite well, but the problem is that it takes up quite…
Other Parts Discussed in Thread: TPS92411 Hi TI Experts:
Currently for the TPS92411, I only able to find the Dimmable AC Linear Floating Switch LED Driver Reference Design at TI website.
But the application that need to…
I've made a board very similar to the 120VAC EVM. It works fine, but the power factor is about 0.76, what looks quite low comparing to the datasheet. The main difference is that the LEDs forward voltage is about 22V@120mA (7x Cree Xlamp MX-6S…
Hi dear friends,
after solving a problem with the power factor what I saw is that the mosfet I was using (FCD4N60) that looks better than the one used in the EVB is overheating, in few minutes is reaching more than 120C at room temperature of 20C. The…