Designing SSL bulk lighting applications like High-Bay, Exterior Building, and Commercial Building Parking Area can be a challenge. Adding cost effectiveness, high efficiency, and low stand-by power consumption to the equation add significant hurdles for the design engineer. NXP has worked on these challenges and has solved many of these issues for the SSL design engineer. During this webinar you will learn about the key parameters comprising these applications and see results from NXP’s SSL driver application portfolio.

What attendees will learn:

  1. What are the key requirements of Bulk Lighting applications.
  2. What does it take to replace HID lighting solutions with SSL solutions.
  3. What are the main hurdles in medium power SSL driver design.
  4. How to achieve 90+ efficiency, >0.90 PF, small form factor, cost effective medium power SSL drivers with NXP.

Michael Peña, NXP’s SSL Applications Manager
Michael received a BSEE from University of Alabama, Huntsville (UAH) in 1985. He started as an FAE at Philips Semiconductors in 1991. Mike has held multiple field and product development roles in the company. Currently, Mike manages the SSL Applications Group, focusing on developing system level solutions for a variety of LED lighting applications using the extensive semiconductor portfolio of NXP Semiconductors.