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Direct Current LED Driver

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Direct Current LED DriverThe NanoDriver series of phase-cut direct current LED drivers from Seoul Semiconductor Co. Ltd. feature a power density 10× higher than conventional LED drivers.

At 13.5 mm wide, the drivers are available in four versions rated for 16- and 24-W output power for operating LED lighting with input power of 120- or 230-V. They feature typical efficiencies of 85 percent and power factor correction of <0.9 and are rated for inrush current of <300 mA, with an over-temperature protection feature that limits the LED current at temperatures >160° C.

The devices provide flicker-free, low-ripple current operation for phase-cut dimmers.

Photonics Spectra
Nov 2017

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