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 Title & Authors
The AC Chopper LED Driving System Using The Y Type Balancing Transformer
Kim, Jin-Gu; Yoo, Jin-Wan; Kim, Yong-Ha; Park, Chong-Yeon;
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 Abstract
The AC-LED driving system which is connected directly to alternative current source is suitable for commercialization because of it`s simple structure and low cost. However, it requires additional circuits compensating for current differences between the parallel connected LED strings. In this paper, we proposed the circuit compensating for current error of the three LED strings using the Y type balancing transformer. The proposed Half-bridge AC Chopper LED driving system used the ferrite material`s balancing transformer. at the same time, it is able to dimming control. The proposed system is applied to 80W AC-LED module consist of three parallel strings. Experiment results present that Power factor and THD measured with power analyzer are 0.958 and 26.473% respectively satisfied with IEC61000-3-2 harmonics standard.
 Keywords
AC-LED Driving System;Y Type Balancing Transformer;AC Chopper Circuit;
 Language
Korean
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