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App note: Minimizing light flicker in LED lighting applications

Sunday, October 7th, 2018

Another application notes from Richtek this time on LED lamps flickering. Link here Applying LEDs in offline retrofit lamps seems straightforward, but should be done with care to achieve similar light quality as the conventional lamp that the user is trying to replace. Light flicker is one of the aspects...

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Simple constant current driver for a high power LED

Monday, September 8th, 2014

Elmars Ositis has been working on a simple constant current driver: In my previous post, I slapped together a quick LED lighting solution for my workbench… but it is truly a hack. What I really want to do is make a simple constant current driver, so the power LEDs can be...

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