Power Supplies For Led Driving by Steve WinderPower Supplies For Led Driving by Steve Winder

Power Supplies For Led Driving

bySteve Winder

Paperback | January 11, 2017

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Power Supplies for LED Driving, Second Editionexplores the wide use of light-emitting diodes due to their efficient use of power. The applications for power LEDs include traffic lights, street lamps, automotive lighting, architectural lights, theatre lighting, household light replacements, signage lighting (replacing neon strip lights and fluorescent tubes), LCD display backlighting, and many more.

Powering (driving) these LED's is not always simple. Linear driving is inefficient and generates far too much heat. With a switching supply, the main issues are EMI, efficiency, and of course cost. This book covers the design trade-offs involved in LED driving applications, from low-power, to UB-LEDs and beyond.



  • Provides a practical, hands-on approach to power supply design for LED drivers
  • Contains detailed examples of what works throughout the design process
  • Presents commentary on how the calculated component value compares with the actual value used, including a description of why the choice was made
Steve Winder is now a European Field Applications Engineer for Intersil Inc. Steve works alongside design engineers throughout Europe to design circuits using components made by Intersil Inc, a US based manufacturer of CMOS ICs used for power supply controllers and for analogue signal processing.Prior to joining Intersil Inc., Steve wo...
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Title:Power Supplies For Led DrivingFormat:PaperbackDimensions:320 pages, 8.75 × 6.35 × 0.68 inPublished:January 11, 2017Publisher:NewnesLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:0081009259

ISBN - 13:9780081009253

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Table of Contents

1. Introduction
2. Characteristics of LEDs
3. Driving LEDs
4. Linear Power supplies
5. Buck-Based LED Drivers
6. Boost Converters
7. Boost-Buck Converters
8. Non-Isolated Power Factor Correction Circuits
9. Fly-back converters and Isolated Power Factor Correction Circuits
10. Switching Power Supplies
11. Selecting Electronic Components for Power Supplies
12. Magnetic Materials for Inductors and Transformers
13. EMI and EMC Issues
14. Thermal Considerations
15. Safety issues
16. Control Systems
17. LED Applications