LED strip driver works with dimmers

GlacialPower of Taiwan has announced a 300W constant voltage led driver series that supports triac dimming.

Called GP-CVM300P-xxVH , they come in 12, 24, 36 and 48V models.

“At full load these new drivers provide active power factor correction of more than 0.94 at 230Vac,” according to the company. They deliver “power efficiency up to 92% and no-load power consumption under 0.5W at 230Vac.”

The series works with leading edge and trailing edge dimmers and can run from inputs between 200 and 264Vac -although they are specified over a narrower range.

The housing is electrically-isplated aluminium, IP67-rated, and intended for outdoor as well as indoor use.

Protections include over-current, short-circuit, over-temperature protection and over-voltage.

Model: GP-CVM
Output DC voltage 12V 24V 36V 48V
Rated current 20A 12.5A 8.3A 6.25A
Rated power 240W 300W 298.8W 300W
Ripple, noise max 240mV 350mV 400mV 500mV
Efficiency, typ 90.5% 91.5% 91.5% 92%
Voltage tolerance ± 5% ± 5% ± 5% ± 5%
Dimming range 3%~100%
Minimum load 100W
PWM dimming >1.6kHz
Set-up time max 500ms (230Vac, full load)
Input Rated voltage 220-240Vac
Voltage range 200-264Vac
Frequency range 50/60Hz
AC current, typ 1.7A at 230Vac
Power factor >0.94, (230Vac, full load)
In-rush, typ 50A cold start
(1.3ms at 50% Ipeak at 230Vac)
Max units
on a circuit
B type : 1 for 10A, 2 for 16A, 3 for 25A
C type : 2 for 10A, 2 for 16A, 5 for 25A
D type : 6 for 16A, 10 for 25A (all 230Vac)
Leakage, typ <1mA, 230Vac
<500mW (450mW typ) at 230Vac
Protection Over-voltage 13 – 19V 26 – 38V 38 – 50V 50 – 65V
Auto recover after fault goes
Over-current 105 – 180% rated current
Latch-off (re-power to recover)
Over-temperature 95°C±10%, latch-off (re-power to recover)
Short-circuit Latch-off (re-power to recover)
MTBF 100,000 hours min at 25°C ambient
Dimensions 270 x 98 x 38.5mm, 1.15kg

GlacialPower led driver cctUse is foreseen with led strips and ‘neon’ flex, and in signage and light boxes.


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