Primary-Side-Controlled, Offline LED Driver
with Fully-Integrated Internal MOSFET
The Future of Analog IC Technology
The MP4032-1 is a TRIAC-dimmable, primary-
side-controlled, offline, LED lighting driver with
an integrated 500V MOSFET. It can achieve a
high power factor and accurate LED current
control for lighting applications in a single-stage
converter. The proprietary real-current control
can accurately control the secondary-side LED
current using primary-side information. It
simplifies LED lighting systems and increases
efficiency by removing the secondary feedback
components and the current-sensing resistor.
The MP4032-1 has a power-factor-correction
function and works in boundary-conduction
mode that reduces power losses. The DRAIN
pin can supply current to the internal charging
circuit for start-up without a perceptible delay.
The proprietary dimming control extends the
TRIAC-based dimming range.
The multiple protections greatly enhance
system reliability and safety. These protections
include VCC under-voltage lockout, LED over-
voltage and over-current protections, short-
circuit protection, and over-temperature
The MP4032-1 is available in an SOIC8-7A
• Real Current Control without Secondary
• Internal MOSFET with 500V High Voltage
• Less than 6W Output Power
• Internal Charging Circuit for Fast Start-Up
• Accurate Line Regulation
• Flicker-Free, Phase-Controlled TRIAC
Dimming with Extended Dimming Range
• High Power Factor
• Boundary-Conduction Mode
• VCC UVLO
• Cycle-by-Cycle Current Limiting
• Over-Voltage Protection
• Short-Circuit Protection
• Over-Temperature Protection
• Available in SOIC8-7A Package
• Solid-State Lighting
• Industrial and Commercial Lighting
• Residential Lighting
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Monolithic Power Systems, Inc.
The MP4032-1 is patent pending.
Warning: Although this board is designed to satisfy safety
requirements, the engineering prototype has not been agency
approved. Therefore, all testing should be performed using an
isolation transformer to provide the AC input to the prototype
MP4032-1 Rev. 1.02
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