Texas Instruments TPS92610-Q1 Automotive Single-Channel LED Drivers

Texas Instruments TPS92610-Q1 Automotive Single-Channel LED Drivers


Texas Instruments TPS92610-Q1 Automotive Single-Channel LED Driver is a simple and ideal solution to deliver constant current for a single LED string with full LED diagnostics. The device operates from an automotive car battery. The TPS92610-Q1 addresses different requirements using the TPS9261x-Q1, TPS9263x-Q1, and TPS9283x-Q1 devices within the one-fails–all-fail feature. The TPS92610-Q1 devices are AEC-Q100 qualified for automotive applications.


  • Qualified for Automotive Applications
  • AEC-Q100 Qualified With the Following Results:
    • Temperature Grade 1: –40°C to 125°C Ambient Operating Temperature Range
    • Device HBM ESD Classification Level H2
    • Device CDM ESD Classification Level C3B
  • Single-Channel Constant-Current LED Driver With PWM Dimming
  • Wide Input-Voltage Range: 4.5V-40V
  • Operating Junction Temperature Range: –40°C to 150°C
  • Constant Output Current, Adjustable by Sense Resistor
  • Precision Current Regulation, Tolerance ±4.6% Across Junction Temperature –40°C to 150°C
  • Maximum Current: 450mA
  • Heat Sharing With External Resistor
  • Low Dropout Voltage (Sense–Resistor Voltage Drop Included)
    • Maximum Dropout: 150mV at 10mA
    • Maximum Dropout: 400mV at 70mA
    • Maximum Dropout: 700mV at 150mA
    • Maximum Dropout: 1.3V at 300mA
  • Diagnostics and Protection
    • Single-LED Short-Circuit Detection With Auto-Recovery
    • LED Open-Circuit and Short-Circuit Detection With Auto-Recovery
    • Diagnostic-Enable With Adjustable Threshold for Low-Dropout Operation
    • Fault Bus up to 15 Devices, Configurable As Either One-Fails–All-Fail or Only-Failed-Channel-Off
    • Low Quiescent Current and Fault-Mode Current (<250µA per Device)

more information: https://www.ti.com/product/TPS92610-Q1

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