Dual LED Driver and Power Ballast for Automotive Headlights: NCV78763MW0R2G from ON Semiconductor

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From semiconductor industry leaders, ON Semiconductor, comes the NCV78763MW0R2G, a dual LED driver/power ballast combo that has been especially created for automotive headlights. The compact (25 mm2 footprint) chip is ideal for uses like high/low beams, turn signals, fog lights, daytime running lights and more. Capable of the operating up to two 60 V LED strings independently, the NCV78763MW0R2G can be tailored to fit automotive front lighting application. It also has a diagnostic monitoring feature to promote ease of use in assuring system safety.

The NCV78763MW0R2G is designed to provide an automotive lighting system with high efficiency performance in a space-saving package. In its most basic form, the NCV78763MW0R2G is a boost-buck solution in a single chip, and includes complete integrated current control to program the LED system to best suit your design. The chip has a wide range of operating frequencies. This reduces necessary inductor size and the need for other similar external componentry, which slims down your system as a whole. For increased flexibility and usability, the chip can be configured with multiple system settings for one hardware setup.

The NCV78763MW0R2G dual LED driver and power ballast is sure to provide your automotive front lighting system with the effective current control you need in an efficient, all-in-one chip.

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