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PowerPax introduces compact driver range

PowerPax introduces compact driver range

UK power conversion specialist PowerPax has recently extended its LED Driver offering with the addition of a range of Ultra Slim constant voltage LED drivers.

The range features drivers of 12V and 24V with output powers of 30W, 60W and 100W as standard. All models feature an input voltage range of 200–240V AC, 50Hz and provide active power factor correction with a power factor ≥ 0.9.

In order to protect both the driver and the load, the outputs on this series feature four-protection systems, which include open circuit, short circuit, overload and over-temperature protection. These drivers, which have an input to output efficiency > 85% and feature a no load power dissipation of < 0.5W, work over a wide temperature range with full operation at ambient temperatures (Ta) up to 45°C and a maximum case temperature (Tc) of typically 80°C.

The series is safety approved to EN61347-1, EN61347-2-13 and feature EMI to EN55015, EN61000-3-2 and EN61547.

Featuring an ultra slim housing, with dimensions of 251 x 30 x 166mm for the 30W models, 304.6 x 30 x 16.7mm for the 60W models and 320.6 x 30 x 18.2mm for the 100W series, the drivers have a polycarbonate case with screw terminals for both the input and output connections, and are double insulated with SELV outputs.

They are designed for long life operation with an MTBF of 30K hr’s and come complete with a three-year warranty.

Their slim nature makes them particularly suitable for use in a wide range of applications, including light boxes, signage, trough and rail and retail applications. They are also well suited to applications where the driver may need to be installed through a small aperture, such as the hole where a ceiling rose was previously fitted, or in a coffer where the width is limited.

The Ultra Slim constant voltage LED drivers form part of the comprehensive range of LED drivers stocked by PowerPax.

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