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L99LDLH32 evaluation board

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Parameter NameParameter Value
Core ProductL99LDLH32
Packing TypeNot Applicable
RoHs compliantNot compliant
Package NameCARD

The EV-L99LDLH32GEN board provides an easy way to connect L99LDLH32 into existing system.

Key features
  • General
    • Application board with two L99LDLH32
    • Designated to drive generic OLED panel
    • CAN FD light compatible serial interface, protocol handler, draft specification proposal (DSP) available from CAN in automation (CiA)
    • High precision oscillator integrated, no external quartz required
    • QFN48L 7x7 with exposed pad
    • Time out watchdog with limp-home
    • Low standby current
    • Stand-alone/fail-safe and bus mode operation
    • Direct drive (one direct input), for one function group supporting ASIL requirements
    • Widest configurability by embedded non-volatile and volatile memories
    • Operating supply voltage range from 5.5 V to 40 V
    • Operating temperature range from -40 °C to 150 °C
  • Linear regulators section
    • 32 constant current output channels, high-side configuration
    • Output current from 1 mA to 15 mA, parallelizable outputs
    • Output voltage up to 35 V
    • Feedback voltage to external pre-regulator, to optimize the regulation voltage minimizing overall power dissipation
    • Current setting per channel by 8-bit DAC
    • Analog dimming, 8-bit PWM channel individual exponential brightness control and 8-bit global PWM dimming
    • Programmable PWM frequency
    • Slow turn on/off time, gradual outputs delay and dithered clock, for better EMC performances
  • Protection and diagnostic
    • Integrated 8-bit ADC, for full and flexible diagnostic
    • One dedicated line for fault bus
    • Temperature warning (one threshold)
    • Overtemperature shutdown
    • Short circuit and open load detection and protection
    • Automatic LED current derating, through external NTC measurement and device junction temperature (TJ)