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Maxim Integrated Products MAX16841 offline LED driver

10/12/2011 02:12 AM EDT
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Danka
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re: Maxim Integrated Products MAX16841 offline LED driver
Danka   10/13/2011 6:28:58 PM
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I have tried a few LEDs from http://www.ag-eco.com/A19_liq.htm-they dim well, they run cool, and they have a very pleaseant light. No interference noticed, no humming after running them for 7 months.

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sharps_eng   10/12/2011 7:18:55 PM
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I am starting to have to replace fluorescent eco-bulbs around the house, that are only 2-3 years old, and at a massively inflated cost compared to filaments. I won't be fitting LEDs because the light is so cold and unwelcoming. The RF interference level around is significantly higher than before, every bulb makes its own contribution even if it is compliant on its own. Will LEDs controlled by chips like these be any better, and how?

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