LED driver series offers 30W constant voltage with PFC
August 09, 2012 // Julien Happich
Now available from distributor Rutronik, Recom Lighting has released the RACV30 LED driver series offering 30W constant voltage with PFC.
The RACV30 is the first of a new series of constant voltage LED drivers, ideal for powering LED strips and LED modules in applications such as cove lighting, signage, back lighting, channel letters, displays or under cabinet lighting. The input voltage of 90 to 264VAC ensures full functionality worldwide. What's more, the new drivers provide up to 30 watts. They are available with outputs of 12VDC or 24VDC, closely regulated to compensate for varying loads or supply changes (2% max.).
The drivers feature active PFC (Power Factor Correction/Compensation) and fully comply with EN61000-3-2 Class C. With their integrated constant current source they are able to supply several LED chains in parallel. An additional application is the combination with a DC constant current driver, such as RECOM s RCD24. Measuring only 160x55x22mm, the constant voltage modules are smaller than comparable competitive products.
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