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12v Mains Dimmable LED Driver - 45w


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Technical Specifications:

Maximum Power Consumption = 60 Watt
Driver Efficiency = 76-85%
Power Factor = 0.95
Output Current = 1.2 to 3.8 Amps
Maximum Output = 45.6 Watts
Input Voltage = AC 220-250volts 50/60Hz
Dimension = 123mm X 79mm X 35mm

General Product Description:

12 volt constant voltage Mains Dimmable LED Driver for low voltage dimmable LED lamps.
This driver is compatible with the majority of Triac dimmer switches and can be wired in the normal configuration with the dimmer switch in the live feed to the driver. It is also compatible with our LED strip, dimmable LED MR16 bulbs and many other good quality LED's.
The maximum power consumption is 60w with a driver efficiency of 76-85% and power factor of 0.95 delivering an output current between 1.2 and 3.8 amps. This means the maximum output is 45.6 watts.
Input voltage is AC 220-250volts 50/60Hz which means that this mains dimmable led driver is suitable for use with UK mains single phase electricity supplies.
A compact dimension LED driver with a size of 123mm by 79mm by 35mm.
This high quality driver is compatible with most good Triac trailing edge and leading edge dimmers, for instance, the Aurora AU DSP251, Click M 1020, Sector BG SSPD1 or Richmond SPD1GRID400. This driver also works well with a number of lighting automation systems including Rako. To ensure smooth operation it is necessary to ensure that the total load on the dimmer from the LED's is in the operating range of the dimmer switch.
For a full selection listing the products available at SLB please go to LED dimmable drivers.

Current Reviews:

Date Added: 06/03/2014 : Rated 5/5
It does what it states on the box without altering the light colour.

This product was added to our catalog on Tuesday 13 March, 2012.