MSC Vertriebs GmbH Introduces the New 3 Channel LED Constant Current Driver

20 APRIL 2009

The 40 V PWM-embedded 3-channel constant current LED driver MBI6030 is perfectly suited for LED architectural lighting applications.
MBI6030 may cascade over 250 RBG LED clusters or large LED pixels at a distance of 2 meters between two clusters or pixels. Moreover, MBI6030 provides 16-bit gray scales at a low clock frequency of 4 MHz.
These two major features allows longer transmission distance and performs billions of color at a lower frequency. It is now easier to adapt design systems specifically in LED architectural lighting and other applications as curtains, strips or channel letters realized with LEDs. Neon replacement projects are supported as well. MBI6030 addresses image data to each LED driver accurately with an innovative two-wire only transmission interface by token-passing topology. In addition, MBI6030 provides clock regeneration to assure signal integrity after long-distance transmission. Furthermore, designed with S-PWM technology, MBI6030 provides two gray scale modes: the 16- and the 10-bit gray scale mode featuring a 6-bit dot correction. It helps reducing the data transmission bandwidth at the same gray scale performance.
MBI6030 provides constant output current from 5 to 150 mA and sustains up to 40 V at the output ports. It also allows wide supply voltage range from 7 to 30 V, which is suitable for 12 and 24 V power systems. In addition, MBI6030 is embedded with a voltage regulator to support 5 V power systems.

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