60 Watt Led Driver
24v 2.5 amp 60w led driver is widely used on led light, such as led strip light, led closet light, led mirror light, led neon, led display and so on. For this unit, the input voltage range is 100-265Vac and we give 2 years warranty to our customer.
60 watt led driver
24v 2.5 amp 60w led driver is widely used on led light, such as led strip light, led closet light, led mirror light, led neon, led display and so on. For this unit, the input voltage range is 100-265Vac and we give 2 years warranty to our customer. All of our led driver got CE ETL ROHR certification. 60w constant voltage led driver we design it as waterproof IP67 version. The measure of 24v led driver is 190*48*34mm, we also have slim type one for narrow space to led driver, the measure of slim size is 257*29*20mm, the price for this two version are the same price.
AC input voltage
24vdc 2.5a 60w
190*48*34 or 257*29*20mm
2 years warranty
CE ETL ROHS approved
Understand what to look for when selecting your LED power supply:
Understanding your LED lighting application is a good start, but determining the ideal power supply also requires a little more insight into the operation of LEDs before we can narrow down the choices available. A light emitting diode (LED) is a semiconductor device that emits light when a current flows across the P-N junction in the device. The forward voltage (i.e. positive bias across the junction) for optimum performance is typically around 3 V, but the relationship of voltage to current is non-linear. Therefore, the LED starts to turn on at a lower voltage but rapidly draws a much higher current as the voltage increases above its nominal rated value. The relationship between relative luminous flux (a measure of the light output) and forward current is also non-linear so, while driving an LED with a higher current will increase the light output, this is generally less efficient than using multiple LEDs to achieve the same result. However, analog dimming of LEDs over a limited brightness range is possible by varying the drive current up to and sometimes even beyond its nominal rating. However, as we will see later, there are several other methods for implementing dimming. Another characteristic to be aware of is the effect of temperature, which, as it increases, results in a decrease in the forward voltage (for a given forward current) and less efficient operation.