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SSL | Components | LED Drivers | Driver Modules | Indoor Applications | Jul 20, 2020

GlacialPower'sNew GP-CVP040N-xxVL Series LED CCV Driver with TRIAC Dimming for Low Voltage Areas

GlacialPower, the power division of the LED technology manufacturer GlacialTech Inc, announces the new GP-CVP040N-xxVL series LED constant voltage driver is suitable for low voltage areas. It is available in 12 V DC and 24 V DC output rated power of 40.8 W. The driver supports TRIAC dimming function, and appropriates for LED strips application in places such as restaurants, jewelry shop, home and theater.

Features:
•    AC input range from 108 to 132 V AC
•    Constant voltage mode
•    Work with leading edge and trailing edge TRIAC dimmers
•    AC phase-cut dimming
•    IP65 rated
•    Safety protections include OVP, OCP, SCP, and OTP
•    Appropriate for LED strips application
•    2 Years warranty
•    RoHS compliant

The dimming adjustment output of the GP-CVP040N-xxVL series LED driver ranges from 5% to 100%. Works with leading edge and trailing edge TRIAC dimmers. The typical power conversion efficiency is 82% for 12 V and 84% for 24 V. It supports an AC input voltage range from 108 to 132 V AC.

The fully isolated case design enables an operation temperature range of -20°C to 50°C, which means that the LED driver can be used in most environments. Additionally, with IP65 approval as well as four different protections: Over-Voltage Protection (OVP), Over-Current Protection (OCP), Short-Circuit Protection (SCP) and Over-Temperature Protection (OTP), these drivers are highly secure.

For more information on the GP-CVP040N-xxVL series, please visit http://www.glacialpower.com/products/led-driver-CV-TriacDIM-CVP.htm

About GlacialPower:

GlacialPower, the power division of GlacialTech, manufactures Switch Mode Power Supply (SMPS) solutions for LED lighting applications. GlacialPower provides LED Drivers and power supplies with a wide wattage range for a variety of applications. GlacialPower power supplies use attractive and contemporary design to deliver quality products that possess innovative features and ease of usability for customers. -  www.GlacialPower.com

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