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Taiwan Semiconductor Introduce Adjustable Output Linear Constant Current Regulated LED Drivers, samples available from Anglia
The drivers feature adjustable output currents of 0.1mA to 65mA (TSCR40 series) or 10mA to 300mA (TSCR42 series) and integrate the transistor, diodes and resistors into a single device which simplifies the system design by reducing component count.
 

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Anglia wins prestigious award from STMicroelectronics

 
     
   

If you want to design Microcontrollers into your application, you really should be talking to Anglia.

We don't just supply Microcontrollers, we offer the premier design support in the industry. With our dedicated Microcontroller design websites at www.st-angliamicro.com and www.flashmicros.com our, exclusive Technical Guide and a team of expert applications engineers waiting to answer your questions, you can be assured of the best service in the industry.

So whether you want to design ST Microcontrollers into an existing application, migrate from a less competitive device or create a new design from scratch, Anglia will hold your hand every step of the way.

Little wonder that STMicroelectronics voted Anglia 'European Microcontroller Design Partner 1999'.

Find out why. Check out some of the FREE resources we offer, then call us today on 01945 47 47 47

Click on this link to go to the main STMicroelectronics section where you can view other news articles and product data.

     
   

This news article was originally published in April 2000.

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