Taiwan Semiconductor Showcases Lowcost and Highly Integrated Dimmable LED Controller for Automotive LightingDecember 02, 2019 by EE Power Editorial
Taiwan Semiconductor Showcases Low-cost and Highly Integrated Dimmable LED Controller for Automotive Lighting.
Taiwan Semiconductor Co., Ltd. (TSC), a global manufacturer of discrete devices (diodes, MOSFETs) and power management ICs, has just introduced a highly integrated dimmable LED controller for automotive lighting in MSOP-10EP package and AEC-Q100 qualified. Samples and products are in stock and available.
TS19501CB10H is a single channel LED driver with low-side-current sense and a device temperature grade 1 (-40°C to 125°C). The controller supports typical topologies such as Boost, Buck-Boost, and SEPIC and operates in DCM, BCM and CCM mode. The jitter function provides an effective spread spectrum to reduce EMI. Output current regulation is based on average current mode control supervised by a control loop. The fault flag is connected to a pull-up resistor from VDC. The fault status flag is latched by the timer when output is low. Taiwan Semiconductor´s LED Controller is optimized for automotive lighting applications but also suitable for LED applications that use Buck-Boost Topology.
About Taiwan Semiconductor
Taiwan Semiconductor Co., Ltd. (TSC) is a Taiwanese company that specializes in discrete devices (Diodes, MOSFETs) and power management ICs. Founded in 1979 in Taipei, the company supports customers to master future design requirements for automotive, lighting, consumer and industrial applications. State-of-the-art production facilities in China and Taiwan meet the latest ISO-standards as well as IATF16949 and offer automotive customers AEC-Q101 qualified products. In Europe, Taiwan Semiconductor Europe GmbH is responsible for sales with locations in Germany, France, and the UK. TSC employees 1,800 highly qualified people worldwide with sales offices in Asia, Europe, and the USA. The group is listed on the Taiwan Stock Exchange Corporation (5425.TWO) and stated revenue of 189 Mio. USD in 2018.