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Switched-Mode LED Driver

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Switched-Mode LED DriverThe Model 5000H switched-mode LED driver/controller from Innovations in Optics Inc. powers high-power LED light engines or illuminators.

The 5000H provides constant current in continuous or pulsed mode for LED arrays connected in parallel, single large-format LED chips and laser diodes with a compliance voltage up to 7 VDC. It provides up to 40 A of continuous direct current and 50 A of pulsed current. Intended for lab bench or OEM applications, the device utilizes Modbus RS-485 serial protocol to support remote or automated operation. Additional input-outputs include analog intensity control and PWM 24-VDC output for cooling fans mounted to an LED illuminator with thermistor-controlled closed-loop temperature regulation.

The compact device can be bench, panel, or DIN rail mounted, with common anode or common cathode options for LED arrays.

Photonics Spectra
Jan 2021
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