As LED-based lighting systems become more popular, the number of engineers and lighting designers new to the technology increases. To help bring them up to speed, Nu Horizons Electronics has published an application note on device selection methodology for LED lighting systems.

This webinar focuses on the LED driver portion of the application note. We will discuss each of the system requirements and device characteristics that must be considered when choosing an LED driver, how these characteristics are interdependent with other sub-systems within the design and demonstrate Linear Technology's LED driver selection tool. Finally, we will use our OSRAM Diamond Dragon demonstration board as a device selection example.

1 hour (40 minute presentation & 20 minutes Q&A)

Who Should View this Webcast?
Engineers and lighting designers who are new to LED technology and LED system design.

Michael Payne
Regional Technical Sales Manager
North Central Region
Nu Horizons Electronics

Mike has a BSET from Purdue University and 14 years of analog design experience, including RF and system design, plus engineering design management. He also served as an analog field applications engineer and a Regional Analog Specialist for NSC at Avnet. Mike was also an analog marketing engineer at National Semi. He has been the Linear Technology Regional Technical Sales Manager for Nu Horizons Electronics for the past five years.

Michele Harvey
Technical Marketing Director
LED Lighting Initiative
Nu Horizons Electronics

As the Technical Marketing Director for Nu Horizons Electronics' LED Lighting Initiative, Michele Harvey has been working with lighting designers for several years to ease their transition from traditional lighting to advanced LED lighting solutions.