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Switching LED drivers
Doležal, Miroslav ; Pavlík, Michal (referee) ; Šteffan, Pavel (advisor)
In this bachelor’s these are three basic typologies of drivers (step down, step up, step up and down output voltage) described. Five specific integrated circuits fulfilling the requirement for supplying LED diodes are selected. The output of this thesis is the design and construction of LED driver for supplying high brightness LEDs with 900 mA constant current.
Switching driver for high power LEDs with higher efficiency
Doležal, Miroslav ; Háze, Jiří (referee) ; Šteffan, Pavel (advisor)
Problems in swithing converter and power losses in this circuit describe these master’s theses. Power losses have the primar influence on the total effectivity circuit. The first chapter deal swith principle of basic parts switching converter (buck, boost, buck-boost). The power losses on main elements used in switching circuit (diode, transistor) are explained in the next part this thesis. Theory of synchronous rectifiction for reduction of losses. A choice of two integrated circuit useful for future design of LED driver working in buck-boost mode is on the end of the theoretical part. The practical part is fosud on the design of circuits (with integrated circuits chose in the theoretical part) including schematic diagram, calculation of parts and PCB layout. The build samples are evaluated by set of measurements in the field of effeciency, temperatures of components, stability output LED current, EMC and soon. Finally the particular parameters of both tested circuits are compared
Switching LED drivers
Doležal, Miroslav ; Pavlík, Michal (referee) ; Šteffan, Pavel (advisor)
In this bachelor’s these are three basic typologies of drivers (step down, step up, step up and down output voltage) described. Five specific integrated circuits fulfilling the requirement for supplying LED diodes are selected. The output of this thesis is the design and construction of LED driver for supplying high brightness LEDs with 900 mA constant current.
Switching driver for high power LEDs with higher efficiency
Doležal, Miroslav ; Háze, Jiří (referee) ; Šteffan, Pavel (advisor)
Problems in swithing converter and power losses in this circuit describe these master’s theses. Power losses have the primar influence on the total effectivity circuit. The first chapter deal swith principle of basic parts switching converter (buck, boost, buck-boost). The power losses on main elements used in switching circuit (diode, transistor) are explained in the next part this thesis. Theory of synchronous rectifiction for reduction of losses. A choice of two integrated circuit useful for future design of LED driver working in buck-boost mode is on the end of the theoretical part. The practical part is fosud on the design of circuits (with integrated circuits chose in the theoretical part) including schematic diagram, calculation of parts and PCB layout. The build samples are evaluated by set of measurements in the field of effeciency, temperatures of components, stability output LED current, EMC and soon. Finally the particular parameters of both tested circuits are compared

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