Single-Stage LED driver-controller has power factor over 0.9

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The AL1665 is designed to drive an external MOSFET to control LED loads and maintain a high power factor. Designed to operate from an AC input voltage of between 85VAC and 305VAC, the LED driver-controller uses primary side regulation (PSR) topologies, removing the need for optical isolation or secondary side control. With PSR, developers can design smaller solutions using less PCB area and achieve lower bill of material costs, while delivering constant current regulation to high-power LED lighting applications. The ability to apply dimming across 0.5% to 100% of the high-power output makes the AL1665 suitable for commercial LED applications where the lighting output levels need to be adjustable to save power, or for aesthetic purposes like in retail displays. Compatible with ANSI-approved dimmers, the output voltage can be adjusted between 0V and 10V using a dedicated PWM input, or with an analog input voltage of between 0V and 2.5V. The device employs boundary condition mode (BCM) conversion with valley switching to minimize losses and deliver high efficiency with low EMI. The device’s line and load regulation of less than ±2%, power factor of more than 0.9, and THD of less than 20% enables manufacturers to comply with all relevant legislation. The AL1665 comes in a SO-8 package.
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