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  1. conntaxman

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    Need some help understanding the math out for this chip.Im looking for Current /voltage for a 10watt led.Forward voltage: 10-12V DC-Forward current: 1000mA. Here is the chip that im using.http://www.st.com/internet/com/TECHNICAL_RESOURCES/TECHNICAL_LITERATURE/DATASHEET/CD00156614.pdf
    This is how they say to do the math for it, But could some one do it our for me so that I can see were you div/mul/add/or sub. tks
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    Current setting
    The current is set with an external sensing resistor connected to the FB pin. The feedback
    voltage is 100 mV, then a low resistor value can be chosen reducing power dissipation. A
    value between 1 mA and 1.5 A can be set according to the resistor value, the resulting
    output current has a tolerance of ± 10 %.
    For instance, should one need a 700 mA LEDs current, RF should be selected according to
    the following equation:
    RF = VFB / ILEDs = 100 mV / 700 mA = 142 mΩ
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    what dose vfb and the 1leds mean. I dont know if its "one"leds or two leds,
    tks
    John
    I could see the 100mv is div by the 700ma
    so i guess all i have to understand is the first part. Lol
     
  2. (*steve*)

    (*steve*) ¡sǝpodᴉʇuɐ ǝɥʇ ɹɐǝɥd Moderator

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    Ileds means the LED current. If you have more than 1 in series it is still the LED current. It is also the current that you're regulating.

    RF = VFB / ILEDs = 100 mV / 700 mA = 142 mΩ

    RF = 0.1 / 1 = 0.1 ohms
     
  3. conntaxman

    conntaxman

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    math

    Tks ,.I also see were they got the 100,its at the top of ele spec." Electrical characteristics
    (VCC = 12 V; IO = 100 mA; TJ = -40 °C to 125 °C; VDRAIN = 1 V; CDRAIN = 1 μF; CBYP = 100
    nF typical values are at TA = 25 °C, unless otherwise specified)
    .
    Thank alot.
    John
     
  4. conntaxman

    conntaxman

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    Hello steve.Could you tell me if this is correct using this chip,it is the same one but can handle 2 amp's. http://pdf1.alldatasheet.com/datasheet-pdf/view/230545/STMICROELECTRONICS/STCS2.html
    it will be running off a car battery. the led will be a 20watt draw will be 1200ma it say 12vdc.it dosen't show the high voltage. [12-14] so 100divied by 1200= .083 so is that going to be an 8 ohm resistor? or round it off and use a 1 ohm
    Tks John
     
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    no, 0.083 ohms
     
  6. conntaxman

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    Hello/ again. I tried to find the right place to post this ,but couldn't.so here it is. I want to make a light using white leds .The batteries are 3.2vdc-1000ma. I will be putting some of these in parallel to get more amp's. the led's are the small white one, 3.5 vdc FV. and i think around 25 ma's.Could I run about 51 in parallel ? or would it be better just to connect each to the 3.2 battery.
    tks
    John
     
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  8. BobK

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    What is the difference between putting them in parallel and connecting each of them to the battery?

    Youi won't get much light out of an LED with a forward voltage of 3.5V by applying 3.2V to it.

    Bob
     
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