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The E522.88 is a multi-channel PWM driver for light applications. It provides 16 current sinks with an integrated 10bit PWM generator for each channel. Each of the drivers can digitally be configured to drive up to 100mA with a selectable slew rate, and the device provides a simple instruction set to control the LED channels.

Key Features: 

  • Operating input voltage range 5.5V to 32V, max. 40V
  • 16 programmable LED drivers up to 100mA
  • Advanced Thermal Management: Power Zeroing
  • Up to 8 custom sequences
  • Standalone operation
  • Different Light Functions per Device supported
  • 16 PWM generators with 10bit resolution

Target Applications:

  • Brake Light
  • Tail Light
  • Turn Indicator
  • Basic animations

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    CharlieO21 November 03, 2020

    Nice product with a cool focus market

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    Iconiah November 04, 2020

    This perfect World is re-designed by super cool devices indeed. Elmos E522.88 PWM Driver I bet everyone simply needs this Multichannel LED Driver.

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    Shashwat Sanghavi November 06, 2020

    I would like to use this device for prototyping in a photonic integrated circuit to induce waveguide heating for accurate phase array output. The target technology domain is Automotive. The specs fit and I would like to test the given driver for a dynamic environment such as in an autonomous vehicle

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    Zoranm November 11, 2020

    Thanks, this is great device!!

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    Torje November 11, 2020

    Curious to check out the output voltage range (i.e. how many series LEDs are needed/supported per channel).

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  • BuckRogers November 11, 2020

    100 mA per channel seems a little low. A brake light usually operates at 500mA-600 mA, and each light to be designed has to be driven separately, left and right hand.  Given a cascade or matrix of six LEDs for a brake light, as much as ten channels of each driver would be left unused. If the channels are independent, and that is a requirement in AM apps, the code to drive a single brake light would have to be reused six times (for six LEDs, if the channels can be controlled separately at all). Not exactly what a programmer loves. Moreover, for a complete brake light system for one car, three drivers will be necessary. And by the way: the only “animation” a brake light is allowed to perform is flashing. You surely would not use a 10 bit PWM for such a trivial application. But it might be a nice feature for a bar-type turn signal, although still overkill to use 10 bit. If ‘Different Light Functions per Device’ means that a controller can only control either a tail light or a turn light or a brake light, this might not be a flexible (and thus, cost-effective) solution to tackle the cost war in automotive applications. Read: lots of chips with some unused ressources, making parts expensive. Nice is the power zeroing feature, which of course has its main raison-d’ètre in keeping the life-expectancy of the LEDs high. But this is not a new thing. All modern drivers can do that.

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    graham259 November 11, 2020

    I would like to use this IC to control multi-channel LED strings for use on offshore oil and gas platforms to drive the 15nm white identification lanterns.

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  • siamackg November 11, 2020

    Great product

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    Soulaimen November 11, 2020

    Can this product be used with RGBA LED?

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  • siamackg November 13, 2020

    this is a great product

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    terahertz2019 November 19, 2020

    Hope to win.

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    nouli November 24, 2020

    that would be a cool device to have

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