| ams' AS1119 drives 144 LEDs and requires only 9mm² PCB space, reduces external component count reduces connector pin counts, and requires fewer PCB layers. Benefits for end users include up to 80% longer battery life, more colorful effects, and smoother running animations. The AS1119 is targeted for dot matrix displays in mobile phones, personal electronics, and toys. The AS1119 leads the industry by driving the most LEDs, each with an 8-bit dimming control and no external resistor required. Additionally, an 8-bit analog current control allows fine-tuning of each matrix to compensate for different brightness levels of different colors or to adjust the white balance on RGB LEDs. The AS1119 incorporates six frames of memory for small animations or for use as a buffer to reduce host processor load, thereby saving energy and precious processing time.