DC Buck CC tiny 3A DIY LED power supply

Utilizing small specific purpose ic to build a tiny powerfull CC driver for DIY projects to implement cheap and efficient way to drive LEDs.

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Some time ago we started to use high current LEDs for generic lighting, video lighting and custom made powerful flashlights.

Finding the CC power supply for a specific current, well enough built and tiny footprint has always been a challenge, so finally we decided to roll out our own implementation design,
which turned to be exactly what we needed.

Currently i'm offering units done with scrapped from used motherboards inductors!

This unit is capable running from 5.5 to 36V DC running serveral LEDs in series or just one if you like.

The implementation, packaging and customization of this particular module still goes on,
so you are very welcome with your thoughts, questions and thank you for your interest in advance,
Sincerely, E.D.
  • 1 × MP2480 Monolithic Power's IC for specific CC LED lighting applications

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Saczek16 wrote 06/07/2017 at 20:49 point

Hi, I'm interested in your work. Is it possible to help me build this driver? Thanks for any feedback.

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Eduard wrote 07/02/2015 at 18:28 point

Thanks for skull! That's fun to use this efficient tech in your diy projects. that's right, Domen. Depends on your whereabouts. I'd prefer Digikey or aliexpress for most smd components like mp2480 and some low ohm shunt resistors hard to stumble upon occasionally.

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Domen wrote 07/02/2015 at 18:18 point

Hello. How much does the chip cost and where can I get it? I would like to use it in one of my projects. The datasheet is great but it doesn't tell me where I could buy this chip.

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Eduard wrote 04/17/2015 at 14:23 point

Yep, sure, Mike. if one finds it of interest. It's very simple, everything is described in pdf for the IC, yet i'll post it later on.

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Mike Szczys wrote 04/17/2015 at 14:11 point

Are you planning to post some details? Like your Bill of Materials, schematic, and board artwork?

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