Small 2 mm × 1.5 mm 12-ball WLCSP package
Tiny, low profile 2.2 μH power inductor
LED current source for local LED grounding and low EMI
Synchronous 2 MHz PWM boost convertor, no external diode
High efficiency: 88% peak
Reduces high levels of input battery current during flash
Limits battery current drain in torch mode
Currents up to 400 mA in flash mode for two LEDs
Currents up to 500 mA in flash mode for one LED with
Currents up to 160 mA in torch mode with 10% accuracy
Peak inductor current limit
I2C-compatible control registers
External STROBE pin
External direct TORCH pin
TX_MASK input to prevent high input battery current levels
Thermal overload protection
Inductor fault detection
Short circuit protection
Soft start reduces inrush input current
Camera-enabled cellular phones and smart phones
Digital still cameras, camcorders, and PDAs
The ADP1655 is a very compact, highly efficient, dual white
LED flash driver for high resolution camera phones, which
improves picture and video quality in low light environments.
The device integrates a 2 MHz synchronous inductive boost
convertor, an I2C-compatible interface and a 500 mA current
source. The high switching frequency enables the use of a tiny,
low profile 2.2 μH power inductor, and the current source
permits LED cathode grounding for thermally enhanced,
low EMI and compact layouts.
The efficiency is high over the entire battery voltage range to
maximize the input power to LED power conversion and
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Dual LED Flash Driver with
FUNCTIONAL BLOCK DIAGRAM
INPUT VOLTAGE = 2.5V TO 5.5V
STROBE VIN SW
I2C/EN SGND PGND
Figure 2. PCB Layout
minimize battery current draw during flash events. In addition,
a Tx-mask input permits the flash LED current to reduce quickly
and, therefore, the battery current reduces quickly, during a
GSM power amplifier current burst.
The I2C-compatible interface enables the programmability
of timers, currents, and status bit readback for operation
monitoring and safety control.
The ADP1655 comes in a compact 12-ball 0.5 mm pitch
WLCSP package and is specified over the full −40°C to
+125°C junction temperature range.
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