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 Title & Authors
A Design of Heat-Sink and DMX512 Communication Control for High-Power LEDs
Kim, Ki-Yun; Ham, Kwang-Keun;
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 Abstract
Recently, various applications for LED lightings are growing continuously due to their better performances such as low power consumption, longer life time, operation speed, controllability, high quality color rendering, and sustainability. However, in developing the high-powered LEDs illumination system, heat-sink problem is one of the important obstacle. In this paper, a heat-sink design with multi-layered structure for high-powered LEDs is proposed, which is composed of metal core PCB, heat-pipes, heat-sink plates, and fans. And also, in this paper, a design for LED controls using DMX512 protocols through RS-485 communications is proposed, which is considered as de facto international standard in LEDs illumination control and is widely used in landscape lighting and stage lighting. In this paper, LED control and its application techniques are introduced and the method of wireless remote control for main controller is proposed.
 Keywords
High-power LEDs;LED Heat-sink;Heat pipe;DMX512;Remote Control;
 Language
Korean
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