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​​​International Journal of Modern Science and Technology, 1(9), 2016, Pages 324-328. 


Implementation of High performance LEDs using drivers triggered with PWM Technique

T. D. Sudhakar, H. Prasad
Department of Electrical and Electronics Engineering, St. Joseph’s College of Engineering, Chennai – 600 119. India.

Abstract
Light-emitting diode is a semiconductor technology whose application to general purpose lighting is rapidly growing, with significant room for energy savings. LED devices perform exceptionally well in lab conditions, proving more efficient than incandescent lights by a factor of 10. Now-a-days usage of High Brightness LED to give more Brightness and also with less power consumption is being promoted on a large scale. These LEDs overcome the existing technology like Halogen and HID. For example, the incandescent lamps are producing 12-15 lumens per watt and fluorescent bulbs are producing 40-45 lumens per watt. High Brightness LEDs are found to be efficient in saving energy than incandescent and fluorescent lamps. Another area in which Power LEDs have major potential is the product’s lifespan. By implementing suitable driver by means of converter triggered with the help of PWM pulses, one can achieve highly efficient operation of these High Brightness LEDs. This paper discusses such an implementation methodology. 

​​Keywords: Light-emitting diode; High Brightness LEDs; Driver; Converter; Microcontroller.

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International Journal of Modern Science and Technology