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LED Driver
Aug 2016
GlacialPowerRequest Info
TAIPEI, Taiwan, Aug. 4, 2016 — LED DriverGlacialPower has announced the GP-LS200P-60 1E LED driver, providing a 192-W, 60-V direct current output and optimal electrical stability.

The GP-LS200P-60 1E is rugged and adaptable, handling a wide range of input voltages from 90 to 295 VAC and 127 to 417 VDC, with support for frequencies of 47 to 63 Hz. The driver offers constant current and constant voltage operating modes. Active power factor correction makes efficient use of input power, and the driver also offers high power output efficiency. At full load, power factor is better than 0.98 at 115 VAC, and better than 0.94 at 230 VAC. Even at 80 percent load, the driver still achieves a power factor of at least 0.9 at 230 VAC.

There is minimal ripple in the clean, stable output voltage, with noise levels maintained at <600 mV. The high output voltage quality protects LED units from damage, helping them reach their maximum possible lifetime while reducing maintenance and replacement costs.


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