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New Low-Drop SLIM Version on alu PCB!
The linear PowerLine constant current power supplies are charachterized by higher operating ranges and actually PWM capability (Pulse-Width Modulation). If you do not know exactly what the sence of those power supllies is pleas eread the following lines:
Even high power LED application can only guaranty 100% of the LEDs lifetime if the illuminants get a constant curent supply. You have the possibility to use a constant current power supply with a step-down converter (product example) that come sin a very small housing but is not able to be used in a RGB application.
The oter possibility is to use a linear constantcurrent power supply in PCB version. We placed all components on a high quality aluminium PCB which can be integrated directly in other applications or can be mounted directly on metall surfaces to guaranty a good heat conductance in durating use.
Alternative: The PowerLine constant current power supplies are available with cooling elements, too.
Converting and quality are on highest levels. Connecting is vey easy too because the 4 big soldering pads are clearly defined by inscriptions. Please read below the further features of this powerful little helper.
- Drop voltage: 1V
- Input: 30V DC (max.)
- Output: 1400mA constant
- PCB electrical isolated!
- Input short circuit protection
- Output short circuit protection
- Autom. current reduktion if too much heat!
- Operating Temp: ~50°C over ambient temp.
- Max. input voltage: 3V over LED voltage
- 2 mounting eyes
- Dimesnions (W/H/D): 50 x 7 x 15 mm
You are going to connect three white Luxeon LEDs with 3,42 forward voltage each (mostly mentioned as Vf in common datasheets). The input voltage can change from 11,26V (3,42 + 3,42 + 3,42 + 1,0) till 21,26V (11,26 + 10,0). A 12V power supply could be used with this application.
You are goint to connect one red Luxeon LED (2,85V). The input voltage can change from 3,85V (2,85 + 1,0) till 13,85V (3,85 + 10,0). In that case a 12V power supply would be better than a 24V version.
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