24v Dc Dimmable Led Driver
24v dc dimmable led driver Description of 24v dc dimmable led driver: Smarts’s 24v dc dimmable led driver is SMT-024-150VT model. Input voltage is 100-130V/ 170-265V AC and output voltage is 24volt. The wattage is 150w and its output current is 6.25 amp. This model is constant voltage type. And...
24v dc dimmable led driver
Description of 24v dc dimmable led driver:
Smarts’s 24v dc dimmable led driver is SMT-024-150VT model. Input voltage is 100-130V/ 170-265V AC and output voltage is 24volt. The wattage is 150w and its output current is 6.25 amp. This model is constant voltage type. And it is waterproof IP67 version. As for dimmer, we have test that all of our dimmable led driver all connect well with Lutron dimmer. For this model we design it as no load limited led driver that means you can load led light from 1w-150w, but we usually do not suggest our customer full load. The Efficiency of this unit is 85% and PF>0.8. The measure is 256*78*47mm and its Net weight is 1.5KG. For protection we do short circuit/over loading/over current protection. Our dimmable led driver all got CE ETL FCC ROHS certification and we all give 3 years warranty that to said we do high quality with the product. Our main market are North America and Europe.
Specification of 24v dc dimmable led driver:
AC input voltage
|24vdc @6.25a 150w|
|3 years warranty|
|CE ETL FCC ROHS approved|
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Junction box of 24v dimmable led driver:
What is PFC?
Ans: Power Factor Correction or PFC is to improve the ratio of apparent power to real power. The power factor is around 0.4~0.6 in non-PFC models. In models with PFC circuit, the power factor can reach above 0.95. The calculation formulas are as follows: Apparent Power=Input Voltage x Input Current (VA), Real Power= Input Voltage x Input Current x Power Factor (W).
From the point of view of environment friendly, the power plant needs to generate a power which is higher than apparent power in order to steadily provide electricity. The real usage of electricity is defined by real power. Assuming the power factor is 0.5, the power plant needs to produce more than 2WVA to satisfy 1W real power usage. On the contrary, if the power factor is 0.95, the power plant only needs to generate more than 1.06VA to provide 1W real power, It will be more effective in energy saving with PFC function.