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WEBINAR - INFINEON: "How Smart Thermal Protection Provided by LED Driver ICs Helps to Extend Lifetime of LED Lighting Systems" by Infineon

Learn more about different ways to protect the lifetime of LED systems from very basic to quite advanced methods.

 

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In this webinar you will learn about:
The importance of protecting LEDs from overheating
The relevance of the trigger point and slope of thermal protection mode
Basic thermal protection from Infineon without using external NTC / PTC
Advanced thermal protection with adjustable trigger point and light color maintenance

Attendee Profile
Design Engineers, Electronic Designers, System Designers, LED Luminaire Designers

Applications
Lighting, Luminaires, LEDs, Industrial, Vehicles

Presenter

Hakan YilmazerHakan Yilmazer, Head Global Application Marketing Lighting, Infineon
Hakan Yilmazer  is the global head for Application Marketing for Lighting at Infineon Technologies. He has held several positions as segment head for LED driver IC's including P&L responsibility and as head of technical marketing for Lighting for nine years.

Title:

"How Smart Thermal Protection Provided by LED Drivers ICs Helps to Extend Lifetime of LED Lighting Systems"

Recorded on Date: Wednesday, December 3, 2014 --- 5:00 PM - 6:00 PM CET

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