Products, Materials & Tools | Feb 05, 2009

Aimtec Constant Current LED Drivers with High Output Current), Very Wide Input, and High Efficiency

Aimtec Inc. introduced today the first two series of its new line of step-down DC-DC LED drivers. Available in a compact DIP24 and DIP14 packages, the AMLD-IZ and AMLDL-Z series of feature rich LED drivers meet the rigorous demands for environment.

From an wide input range of 5 -36VDC and 7-30VDC the AMLD-IZ and AMLDL-Z LED drivers provide output current accuracy of up to ±2% thus ensuring the constant color and brightness that is required by today’s most demanding LED applications. 

Producing up to 22.5 watts of power in a DIP24 package (31.80 × 20.30 × 10.20 mm), or compact DIP14 (20.32 x 10.16 x 6.88 mm) both AMLD-IZ and AMLDL-Z series includes a remote ON/OFF control function as well as both PWM and analog voltage dimming control (0 – 100%).

Standard output currents choices include  300mA, 350mA, 500mA, 600mA and 700mA to make these drivers compatible with a wide range of LEDs applications from variety of manufacturers without the need for any external components. 

Boasting efficiencies as high as 96%, Aimtec’s LED drivers are designed to be as reliable as the LEDs they drive, allowing them to be used at an operating temperature of -40oC to +85oC at full load.

Aimtec’s LED drivers are ideal for either single unit or arrays of LEDs for lighting applications that include advertising displays, road and rail traffic signs and signals, exterior and interior lighting for automotive, consumer products and a wide range of industrial products, including telecommunication applications.

Both series are competitive priced and provide excellent quality/cost value.  Samples are available from stock and can be ordered immediately.

About Aimtec Inc.:
Aimtec is a global supplier of modular AC-DC and DC-DC switching power converters and LED drivers for a wide range of industrial, IT, telecom, datacom and medical applications.  In addition to an expanding catalogue of thousands of low watt modular power converters, Aimtec provides complete design and engineering support for customized power supply requirements.

Aimtec is an emerging leader in analog technology by offering cost effective, feature-rich modular DC/DC switching power supplies which provide many competitive advantages.  With manufacturing facilities in Taiwan, and its worldwide headquarters in Montreal, Canada, Aimtec’s products are supported by world class customer and technical support.

An ISO 9001:2000 accredited organization, the company’s design, manufacturing and quality control standards allow it to consistently deliver power converters that meet or exceed clients’ and end users’ expectations. Safety and regulatory standards and include RoHS, cULus, CE and CB.

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