Products, Materials & Tools | Apr 08, 2011

Astrodyne Releases Constant Current 48 Watt LED Power Supply

Astrodyne Corporation, the leader in standard and modified standard power solutions, announces the release of the OLP48 Series, a 48 watt constant current LED power supply. The OLP48 is a single output, open frame module with output voltages of 12, 24, or 48VDC and features a universal input of 90-264VAC, adjustable OCP level and a built-in active PFC function with ≥0.9 @ 100-230VAC.

Main Features:
• Constant Current Operation Design to Eliminate LED Drivers
• UL8750 (Pending Approval)
• Compliance to EN61000-3-2 Class C
• Built-In Active PFC Function ≥0.9 @ 100-230VAC

The OLP48 was designed to meet the LED industry’s rapidly growing needs by creating a high reliability power supply that meets UL8750 the Standard for Safety of Light Emitting Diode (LED) Equipment for Use in Lighting Products and EN61000-3-2 Class C harmonic current emissions standards.  Astrodyne specifically designed a constant current LED power supply to maintain LED brightness even in undesirable environmental conditions for optimum output.

For additional information please visit Astrodyne's website at www.astrodyne.com/ or download the datasheet.

About Astrodyne:
Astrodyne Corporation is a manufacturer, designer, and distributor of AC/DC power supplies, AC/DC adapters and DC/DC converters, offering over 3,000 SKUs.  Our commitment to quality and customer service enables us to provide a wide variety of customers with reliable standard and custom-configured products that meet their performance and cost objectives. Astrodyne is headquartered in North America (Mansfield, MA) and has design and manufacturing facilities in Taiwan and China.
Astrodyne’s print catalog is recognized as the industry’s leading source of power supplies for low and medium volume applications and is augmented by Astrodyne’s innovative web based catalog, national sales representative network in North America and network of distributors in Europe and Asia.
Astrodyne sells its products to design engineers and OEMs in a diverse set of market segments including medical, industrial, instrumentation, communications, and emerging markets such as LED Lighting. Astrodyne’s customers often require specific technical support regarding power supply requirements and receive this by contacting our knowledgeable technical staff, via phone, email or Instant Messaging.

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