Today, I did a teardown of Wipro 9W Smart LED Bulb which has Wi-Fi connectivity for dimming and color control and wanted to share all the images I took which reveals a lot about interesting details , how the smart bulb was designed.
I did not use the bulb that much, I was more curious of what is inside
It is always great to see how different companies are designing products, their choice of microcontrollers, ICs and the over all construction.
You learn a lot by looking at someone else design, you get to know their perspective.
Here you go.
Various ICs used in the LED Bulb are:
MB10F: Bridge Rectifier Diode
BP1638: 3-channel PWM dimmable Linear constant current LED driver
BP2513D: Non-isolated CCCV driver IC
BP2306: Dimmable Non-isolated APFC Buck LED Driver
BP8516: Not able to find the datasheet.
BP5926: PWM LED Driver
WB3L: Tuya Wi-Fi Module (using BEKEN BK7231)
To be honest I think this design is quite complicated especially from Power side.
I did see Halonix LED bulb also, it doesn’t have 5 ICs but only two. teardown of that in a future blog 🙂
Hope you have enjoyed the teardown pictures and learned something new.
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Hi Nice work @Pallav.. somedays before I had doing the same work on Tapo-smart bulb. seeing your picture its looks same in inside but controller is Realtek – https://pdf1.alldatasheet.com/datasheet-pdf/view/458190/EON/EN25QH16-104HIP.html. Yes power supply part is looking complicated even for me pretesting on SOC is also tough.
Thanks for taking time to go through. Glad you found it interesting.