New LED power supplies offer lowest profile on the market
The new Excelsys Xled products claim to offer the lowest profile LED driver solutions on the market and can deliver constant voltage single outputs of 24 V, 36 V or 48 V. Both can operate as constant-current drivers delivering the maximum output current range over the defined voltage range.
Standard features offered by the LDB75 and LDB100 include; universal input voltage 90-305VAC, constant voltage/current mode operation, high efficiency up to 91%, power factor typical 0.95, waterproof to IP67, operating temperature range of -30 to 50°C, Class 2 device (UL1310) with LDB75 also Class II rated. The Excelsys Xled range offer comprehensive protection to over-current, over-voltage, short-circuit and over temperature operation.
Typical applications for the new LDB series of LED power supplies from Excelsys include in-store food display and mood lighting applications, outdoor signs, flat and wide screen street advertising displays, in-store media channels in retail shops, including hyper-marts, supermarkets and convenience stores, high bay lighting for conference centers, hospitality industry and general industrial and retail building architectural lighting solutions.
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