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#11 (permalink)      7/30/2014 2:51:10 AM US Central   quote/reply + tips
Volosaty
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AX2002 lives in SOP-8. On this driver we can see a SOT-23-6, so it's definitely not AX2002
#12 (permalink)      7/30/2014 11:19:26 AM US Central   quote/reply + tips
alexvh
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This is a different driver than before, sold under the same SKU. I believe the driver sold before was based on AX2002, but as Volosaty said this has a chip with a different package so it cannot be AX2002.
#13 (permalink)      7/30/2014 11:44:37 AM US Central   quote/reply + tips
Werner
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Before it looked like this and worked on 6V even with moderate resistor modding...
http://www.bilder-upload.eu/show.php?file=ddfa0a-1406738600.jpg
#14 (permalink)      1/3/2015 6:10:37 PM US Central   quote/reply + tips
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The pictures now show the boost driver ("CFC2C" chip is PAM2803, 1.8-3.6V constant current LED driver). It's the same as SKU 1127402, just without wires.
Either the pictures are completely wrong, or there is a great mess at FT warehouse...