UL LED Driver 100W,Constant Voltage 12V Linear Driver,100W LED Linear Driver
ShenZhen Fahold Electronic Limited[Guangdong,China] Business Type: ManufacturerMain Mark: Americas , Asia , Europe , North Europe , WorldwideExporter: 41% - 50%Certs: CB, CE, FCC, GS, RoHS, S-Mark, SSA, Test Report, TUV, ULDescription: UL LED Driver 100W,Constant Voltage 12V Linear Driver,100W LED Linear Driver
Starting Mode: Separate-excited Switching Power Supply
Voltage Regulating Mode: Frequency Modulation Type
Power Supplying System: Terminal Power Distribution Equipment
Energy Transmission: One-way Transmission
Modulation System: PWM
Certification: CE, UL, RoHS, ISO, CCC, CB, FCC
Output Voltage: 12V
Output Current: 8300mA
Productivity: 200 thousands pcs
Place of Origin: Guangdong, China
Supply Ability: 200000pcs
HS Code: 8504401400
A Constant Voltage Led Driver receives standard line voltage (100-277VAC). This is the type of power that is typically output from your wall outlets around the home. Constant Voltage Drivers switch this alternating current voltage (VAC) to a low direct current voltage (VDC). The driver always maintains a constant voltage no matter what kind of current load is put on it.
• The cables should be run separately from the mains connections and
mains cables to ensure good EMC conditions.
• The LED wiring should be kept as short as possible to ensure good EMC.
The max. secondary cable length is 2 m (4 m circuit).
• The LED Driver has no inverse-polarity protection on the secondary side.
Wrong polarity can damage LED modules with no inverse-polarity protection.
• Wrong wiring of the LED Driver can lead to malfunction or irreparable
The earth connection is conducted as protection earth (PE). The LED Driver can be earthed via metal housing. If the LED Driver will be earthed,protection earth (PE) has to be used. There is no earth connection required for the functionality of the LED Driver. Earth connection is recommended to improve following behaviour:
• Electromagnetic interferences (EMI)
• LED glowing at standby
• Transmission of mains transients to the LED output
In general it is recommended to earth the LED Driver if the LED module is mounted on earthed luminaire parts respectively heat sinks and thereby representing a high capacity against earth.