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The multi-pixel driver enables designers to create intricate light patterns and effects that improve safety and style. OLED lamps are an excellent match for it since they deliver bright, uniform, and high contrast lighting from a small surface area.
The multi-pixel driver targets safety-critical lighting tasks like turn indications, stoplights, and taillights and offers characteristics for a high level of functional safety. These consist of a short-circuit and open-load detection, voltage and temperature monitors, a programmable timeout watchdog, and a fault-status pin. Frequency dithering additionally reduces electromagnetic emissions.
The Global Automotive multi-pixel driver market accounted for $XX Billion in 2021 and is anticipated to reach $XX Billion by 2030, registering a CAGR of XX% from 2022 to 2030.
The L99LDLH32 linear current regulator from STMicroelectronics offers a practical, integrated solution for dynamic automotive lighting managed by the simple CAN FD Light protocol. The new driver enables designers to create intricate light patterns and effects that improve safety and style. It is perfect for use with OLED lamps, which deliver brilliant, uniform, and high contrast lighting from a tiny surface area. Individual pixels can be driven in exterior and interior lighting applications using the L99LDLH32 multi-pixel driver.
Two new integrated driver/power supply unit (PSU) solutions for controlling the wide range of LED pixel tape have been released by Scenex Lighting from GLP US Inc. Controlling LED pixel tape and pixel strings is made simple using the PP4 and PP16 boxes. The PP4 LED driver box is a sturdy, low profile 1U casing with numerous mounting points that can be rack-mounted, truss-mounted, or can fit neatly beneath stage deck surfaces. With 16 LED tape outputs and a larger 800 Watt power supply, the larger PP16 LED driver is housed in a 2U rack-mounted enclosure. Additionally, the PP16 includes several truss hanging places.
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