ON Semiconductor to Show LED Lighting Solutions at “LED Next Stage 2012” in Tokyo

ON Semiconductor Corporation is to showcase its broad portfolio of LED lighting solutions and launch a Japanese language version of its interactive GreenPoint® LED design simulation tool at LED Next Stage 2012 to be held at Tokyo Big Sight from March 6-9.

The company will demonstrate the LED lighting including,
• General Lighting: dimming/non-dimming bulbs, wall pack for architectural lighting, T5 tube, desk lamp and solar-powered street sign
• Automotive Lighting: LED front light and interior lighting
LED Backlight for LCD-TV
• Mobile Lighting: LED drivers for camera flash and color LCD screen

The NCL30051, power factor correction (PFC) and Resonant Half Bridge combo controller, LED driver combined with the NCL30160, a constant current step-down (buck) LED driver, provide an ideal solution for high-brightness LED applications where very high efficiency is important, such as area and street lights.

The NSIC2050 is a constant current regulator for LED applications. By using the NSIC2050, a two-terminal device with a 120 V maximum voltage as an LED driver, LED lighting with lower component cost can be achieved.

The LV5026 is an LED driver for various dimming methods, such as TRIAC, analog and PWM. By connecting to an external FET, this device can accommodate a wide range of rated outputs. It’s available in dimmable LED bulbs (E26 Bulb).

In addition, ON Semiconductoris to launch its Japanese language version of the interactive GreenPoint® design simulation tool for high-efficiency LED based lighting applications on March 6 at the trade show. The GreenPoint® design tool is an interactive design and verification environment that assists in accelerating the board design. Utilizing a user's design requirements such as LED configuration, voltage, current or switching frequency, the GreenPoint® design tool automatically optimizes the circuit configuration and selects appropriate values for inductors and capacitors. The resulting design is presented to the user as an interactive online schematic running in any web browser. Engineers can instantly test the solution and run a number of What-If analyses, essentially providing a virtual online test bed.

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