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LED Constant-Current Drivers

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TAIPEI, Taiwan, Oct. 26, 2021 — LED Constant-Current DriversThe GP-CCP012P Terminal Blocks series of LED constant-current drivers from GlacialPower supports output current from 200 to 700 mA.

The drivers provide an active power factor correction (PFC) of >0.98 at 115 VAC, and >0.93 at 230 VAC. It has low no-load power consumption <0.5 W, with a fast setup time of <0.5 s at 230 VAC. The GP-CCP012P series provides 18, 24, 38, and 42-V direct-current output options, supporting output current from 700, 500, 350, 300, 250, to 200 mA. It offers a wide voltage range to match most lighting fixtures.

The GP-CCP012P series supports universal alternating-current input between 90 and 264 VAC. It includes over voltage protection and short circuit protection to prevent damage in various environments.
Oct 2021
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