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LED driver equipped for outdoor, tunnel lighting apps

Posted: 24 May 2010 ?? ?Print Version ?Bookmark and Share

Keywords:LED driver? lighting application? current?

DLA LED drivers

XP Power is rolling out the DLA series of AC input LED drivers with output power ranges of 50-, 75-, 100-, 120- and 150W. These highly efficient units, rated at greater than 85 percent for the 50W and up to 94 percent for the 150W models, have a high power factor input ranging from 0.85 to 0.99 depending on the model.

The drivers are available with either constant current or constant voltage outputs, with the constant voltage models offering the popular nominal outputs of +12-, +18-, +24-, +36-, +42-, +48-, +54- or +105Vdc, and constant current models from 350mA to 5950mA. The output voltage of the constant current models is determined by the load.

With their IP67 rating, providing protection from the ingress of dust or water to a depth of 1m, the DLA series suit outdoor applications such as street, tunnel, stage or architectural lighting and traffic signals. Accommodating an extremely wide range of input voltages, from 90Vac to 305Vac, they are suited to the 277Vac nominal requirement for street furniture across the United States.

The drivers have a wide operating temperature range of -35C to +60C for the DLA50 and -35C to + 70C for all other models.

All units meet the international safety approval standards EN61347 and UL8750. They also comply with the Class B EN55015 requirements for conducted and radiated emissions.

The DLA series is available from Newark or direct from XP Power. Pricing starts at $46.80 for 500-piece quantities of the 50W model.





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