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LinkSwitch-II® non-isolated 350 mA, 12 V LED driver

LinkSwitch-II® non-isolated 350 mA, 12 V LED driver

This application note describes the LinkSwitch-II product LNK605DG in a tapped-inductor non-isolated buck converter configuration that is used in LED driver applications. A tapped buck topology is ideal for converters with a high ratio of voltage input to voltage output: It provides current multiplication on the output, making it possible to use this variant of a buck topology in applications requiring output currents greater than twice the device current limit.

This topology lends itself to a smaller PCB size, a smaller inductor core size, and greater efficiency (80%, worst-case load) than an isolated flyback converter. EMI filtering is simpler due to less common-mode noise generation. This topology normally requires a clamp circuit on the primary side. However, by virtue of the 700 V MOSFET integrated to U1, the clamp circuitry is not necessary.

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