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Stock: 44,390

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Factory Lead Time: 6 Weeks
Minimum Order: 1
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Quantity Web Price
1 $1.00
250 $0.54
500 $0.515
750 $0.505
1,500+ $0.48


Attributes Table
Supply Voltage 30V
Output Current per Channel 500mA
Output Voltage 28V
Features and Applications

With its global logistics network and strong product portfolio, ON Semiconductor is a preferred supplier of efficient power solutions to customers in the power supply, automotive, communication, computer, digital and consumer, medical, industrial, and military/aerospace markets. The company’s broad portfolio includes power, analog, DSP, mixed-signal, advance logic, clock management and standard component devices.

LED Lighting is gaining popularity as an environmentally friendly lighting solution. The ability to control brightness and color temperature by electronic dimming makes LED lighting an appealing solution for many illumination applications ranging from mood lighting to video projection. Regardless of type, color, size, or power, all LEDs work best when driven with a constant current. LED manufacturers specify the characteristics (such as lumens, beam pattern, color) of their devices at a specified forward current (IF) not at a specific forward voltage.

Low-power LEDs are ideal for lighting portable electronics because they are efficient, easy to drive, small, thin, robust, and low noise. When running off a Lithium-Ion battery (typically 3.7V output voltage), each low-power LED requires up to 4V at 30 mA. To operate more than one LED for a lighting solution, an LED driver is needed to boost the voltage and regulate the current to optimize LED output.

Sources of input voltage for LED arrays come from batteries or power supplies that have a certain tolerance. An automotive battery, for example, may supply 8V to 16V depending on the load and the age of the battery.

NUD4001 -This device is designed to replace discrete solutions for driving LEDs in low voltage AC/DC applications 5V, 12V, or 24V. An external resistor allows the circuit designer to set the drive current for different LED arrays. This discrete integration technology eliminates individual components by combining them into a single package, which results in a significant reduction of both system cost and board space.

NUD4001DR2G is a High Current LED Driver in a 8-pin SOIC. It supplies constand LED current for varying input voltages. The external resistor allows designer to set current up to 500mA.