The objective is to drive 53 RGB PLCC4 LEDs using a standard Common Anode RGB Controller however we need to limit the current for each color. Each LED has 4 leads, common anode, - Red, -Green, and -Blue. Each LED consumes 15mA and our power supply is 13.5V.
All the LEDs are wired in parallel and having resistors on each LED is NOT an option. We need a BOM / Schematic / Diagram then we can develop and fabricated.
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Hello. I have already experience in similar projects. Can you explain details, and if all is ok lets start your project.
This can be done with relatively simple circuitry. However, I must note that driving all of these LEDs in parallel with no resistors is not advisable. It can be done but any slight variations in the LEDs themselves can Plus
Hi. I have worked for an r&d company to make led arrays for lighting purposes, designing power supply for limited current control and test it's prototype. I can do this task similarly.
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Hi, I've just done a very similar project, I can just give you the schema and parts used. It can drive up to 2A (you have 15x53ma=about 800 mA) and already embeds pwm control if you want to reduce light output. Plus