LT3598,LED Driver,Controller,QFN EP-24

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LED Drivers, Linear Technology

A range of highly integrated dedicated high-current LED Driver ICs for use in lighting and display backlight applications.

Linear Technology’s LED driver ICs are configured as Inductorless white LED drivers (parallel) or switching regulator based white LED drivers (series). The range includes the boost regulator LED driver, buck regulator LED driver and buck-boost LED driver ICs. Some may feature integrated Schottky diodes, accurate LED current matching and multiple output capability.

LEDs in parallel (Inductorless white)
LEDs in series (switching regulator based white)
Efficient
Low noise
Small footprint

LED Drivers

A range of highly integrated dedicated high-current LED Driver ICs for use in lighting and display backlight applications.

91 In stock for delivery within 3 working days
Price Each (In a Tube of 91)
SGD 8.156
(exc. GST)
SGD 8.727
(inc. GST)
units
Per unit
Per Tube*
91 +
SGD8.156
SGD742.196
*price indicative
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