Automotive LED Drivers
Automotive LED driver solutions from Texas Instruments help you build innovative, reliable, cost effective automotive lighting systems that exceed the auto industry's stringent requirements. Our broad portfolio of highly-efficient LED drivers extend the life of your lighting system designs, enable greater driver and pedestrian safety, and enhance the driver experience.
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From matrix managers to high power density switching LED drivers, we have highly flexible solutions to support your single feature or adaptive headlight needs - all while meeting EMI expectations.
Our reliable linear LED drivers offer scalability across rear stop, turn and backup lighting functions, small and convenience lighting, as well as individual pixel control for highly personalized animated systems.
Power management is at the center of enabling the continued integration of electronics in our lives. For decades, TI has invested in innovative process, package and circuit-design technologies to deliver the best power products for your design. Check out our featured automotive LED drivers below, designed to help you address power density.
Automotive LED drivers for power density
Enable the highest power density with our wide VIN Automotive LED drivers. We have a diverse portfolio of highly integrated devices for all types of automotive lighting applications – exterior front and rear, interior and display backlighting.
Our devices give you options to solve the tough challenges of balancing high system power output with small solution size. You can efficiently drive higher current output per channel, remove heat more effectively with our thermally enhanced packages, and shrink your system footprint with our monolithic linear and DC/DC LED drivers.
Automotive LED driver technical resources
Headlights with adaptive control using LED matrix managers (LMMs) have progressed and require certain topologies for electronic control units. Read to understand compatible architectures for LMMs.
From headlights to rear lights, TI has a linear or switching solution to meet your power requirements. This guide provides key parameters and the TI devices for exterior lighting systems.
How are you going to make sure your LEDs meet today’s rapidly evolving automotive requirements? Read our whitepaper to understand the tradeoffs that come with common discrete LED circuits.
Advancing LED driver technology is enabling several trends for rear lights. From complex animation to EMC and fault diagnostics, hear from our experts on what electrical challenges you can anticipate