Driver for powering high-power LEDs and LED arrays. Stabilized current output 1400mA, 35-72V. Power - 100W. Dimming function 3 in 1 (100kΩ resistor).
|Input voltage range:||100~305V AC;|
|Stabilization type:||Сonstant current|
|Built-in protection against:||Short circuit, overvoltage;|
|Working temperature:||-40~+90 ºС;|
|Type of housing:||IP67, Aluminum|
The popular driver for powering Cree CXB3590, CXB3070, Citizen CLU0-12-1212, 1216 and other LED arrays in 50W or more with a voltage drop of up to 36V. Permissible to connect 1-2 matrix for the above models. Connection - sequentially.
Driver with dimming function from 1400 to 700mA, adjustment within 100-50% of power. The driver supports three dimming methods:
1. A 100kΩ resistor * is connected to the dimmer terminals (not lower or add a constant resistor);
2. Voltage 0-10V, where the maximum voltage is proportional to the maximum output current.
3. PWM (PWM). Pulse width modulation, the current depends on the pulse duty cycle. Read more in datasheet.
* Resistors have an error of the specified value of 5-10%, this is the norm. Often the variable resistor has a maximum resistance of 89-92 kOhm (not 100 kOhm), therefore the current will not be the maximum 1400 mA, but lower, for example 1320 mA. Otherwise it is a loss in the power of the connected lamp. It is convenient to add a fixed resistor of 8.1-10 kOhm to the variable resistor in the circuit.