Solutions for Today’s Low Power LED Lighting Trends-Part III

Fig. 1. Existed Conventional Halogen Infra structure

MR11/16 LED Lamp LED Driver Design

In Part II of our series on Solutions for Today’s Low Power LED Lighting Trends we listed the many regulatory and industry standards that designers need to account for in order to understand the design constraints of any given project for reducing power losses,[……]

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Solutions for Today’s Low Power LED Lighting Trends-Part II

Table 1:  SAMPLE OF WORLDWIDE AGENCY PROGRAMS

LED Driver Standards & Agency Requirements

This is Part II in our five part series that takes a big picture look at today’s low-power LED lighting trends. In Part I we reviewed the worldwide market for LED lighting and predictions for the potential of high-brightness LEDs. In this installment[……]

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Solutions for Today’s Low Power LED Lighting Trends-Part І

Fig. 1 Efficacy and Projections of Different Light Sources

Low Power LED Lighting Trends

This is the first part of a five part blog series that will examine LED lighting trends and Fairchild solutions. LED lighting applications fall into three basic input power levels: low-power is less than or up to 20 Watts; mid-power is between 20 Watts and 50 Watts;[……]

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