OT: LED lighting configuration...
elson at pico-systems.com
Fri Apr 29 21:30:56 CDT 2016
On 04/29/2016 03:10 PM, Bill Sudbrink wrote:
> I want a constant current supply that "pushes" 0.41 Amps.
> A little more googling reveals that the above supply is
> rated "1.67A output". This seems to support the W=AV
> theory. So, do I want a PS labeled "15 watt 36vdc",
> regardless of how many bulbs I want to drive? You say
> "within limits". What specification do I look for to
> understand the limits? Thanks
LED lighting power supplies are generally rated in mA
output, within a range of voltages, such as
350 mA within 24:72 V DC.
Digi-Key stocks something like 10,000 models!
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