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Description

The AL3065A is a high level of integration boost controller with 4-channel for WLED backlight applications. It operates over a wide input voltage ranged from 4.5V to 33V.

Application

  • LCD Monitor
  • LCD Display Module
  • LCD TV

Features

  • Input Voltage Range: 4.5V to 33V
  • Four High-Precision Current Sources
    • Current Matching ±0.5% (typical)
    • LED String Current up to 250mA per Channel, 400mA Pulse Current
  • Low Ripple for Low BOM Cost
  • 4KV HBM ESD Class
  • High Voltage Pins CS and OVP for Safety Test
  • Supports Direct PWM Dimming, PWM to Analog Dimming and DC to Analog Dimming Control
  • Minimum PWM Dimming Duty Cycle can be 1/10,000 at 100Hz Dimming Frequency
  • Built-in Below Comprehensive Protections
    • Over-Current Protection (OCP)
    • Over-Voltage Protection (OVP)
    • Over-Temperature Protection (OTP)
    • Under-Voltage Lock Out (UVLO)
    • LED Open/Short Protection
    • Schottky Diode/Inductor Short-Circuit Protection
    • VOUT Short/Schottky Diode Open Protection

Product Specifications

Product Parameters

Function Boost Controller
Minimum Input Voltage 4.5 V
Maximum Input Voltage 33 V
Maximum Output Voltage 60 V
Number of Regulated Output Channels 4
Maximum Output Current per Channel 400 mA
Typical Over-Current Protection Current 55 mA
Switching Frequency 1000 MHz
Efficiency N/A %
Quiescent Current 3 mA
Standby Quiescent Current N/A µA
SW RDS(ON) N/A Ω
Dimming DC to Analog, PWM
OVP Yes
Soft Start Yes
VFB N/A V
Operating Temperature Range -40 to 105 °C

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Orderable Part Number Authorized Distributor Quantity Inventory Date Buy Online Region
AL3065AS16-13 Arrow Electronics 2400 3/20/2019 Buy Now Americas
AL3065AS16-13 Mouser Electronics Inc. 7390 3/20/2019 Buy Now Americas
AL3065AS16-13 Digi-Key Electronics 1855 3/19/2019 Buy Now Americas

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