Nidheesh Muralidharan, Rahul P Raj
Isolated SEPIC, LED driver, non-dissipative snubber, high efficiency, non-electrolytic capacitor.
The design and optimisation of high-performance LED drivers employing the SEPIC converter are the main subjects of this project. Enhancing the performance, dependability, and efficiency of LED driver systems is the goal. The project investigates a number of issues, including power factor correction, thermal management, and the life cycle of LED driver, using modelling and experimental validation. The project results offer insightful information for improving the design and functionality of LED driver systems, assisting in the creation of green and energy-efficient lighting options The project also involves the development of control system to regulate the converter voltage output and current to maintain a stable and efficient lighting. the proposed converter design offers a significant improvement of overall system performance.
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Unique Paper ID: 161077

Publication Volume & Issue: Volume 10, Issue 2

Page(s): 478 - 483
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