O2Micro Announces Patent Grant for its Controller Regulating Light Source Modules

Applied Tech Review | Monday, June 28, 2021

On June 8th, 2021, O2Micro was granted 11 claims under United States Patent No. 11,032,881 for the invention of a system controller for controlling light source modules.

 FREMONT, CA: O2Micro International Limited, a global pioneer in the design, development, and commercialization of high-performance integrated circuits and solutions, recently announced that a patent for a Controller for regulating light source modules has been granted.

“The invention provides a high-performance, cost-effective solution to drive arrays of LEDs in a display system in particular where mini-LEDs are used,” said Dr. Yung Lin, Executive Vice President, O2Micro. “This technology can affordably allow manufactures to control thousands of local dimming backlit zones in LCD displays such as TVs, monitors, notebooks and tablets, etc. resulting in a significant increase in backlight control for improved contrast and black levels.”

On June 8th, 2021, O2Micro was granted 11 claims under United States Patent No. 11,032,881 for the invention of a system controller for controlling light source modules. This ground-breaking technology uses a single controller to control several arrays of LED light sources in time sequence.

O2Micro, which was founded in April 1995, creates and distributes power management components for the computer, consumer, industrial, and automotive markets. Backlighting and Battery Management are examples of products. O2Micro, the O2Micro logo, and variations thereof are O2Micro’s registered trademarks. All other trademarks, whether registered or unregistered, are owned by their respective owners.

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