Products, Materials + Tools | Jun 12, 2009

Fife New Constant Current LED Drivers with High Efficiency of 96%

Aimtec expands its AMLD-IZ series of step-down DC-DC LED drivers with five new models generating constant output currents reaching 1.2A.

With wide input ranges of 5-36VDC that step-down to wide output ranges 2-32VDC, the new models in the AMLD-IZ  series generate constant output currents of 800mA, 900mA, 1,000mA, 1,100mA, 1,200mA with an accuracy of up to ±2%, ensuring the constant color and brightness that is required by today's most demanding LED applications. 

Producing up to 38.4 watts of power in a compact DIP24 package (31.80 × 20.30 × 10.20 mm), the AMLD-IZ  series features include remote ON/OFF control function as well as PWM and analog voltage dimming control (0 - 100%).

Boasting efficiencies of 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.

Compatible with a wide range of LEDs applications, all of Aimtec's LED drivers provide turn key solutions that require no external components, for easy integration into a multitude of LED lighting applications, including single unit or arrays of LEDs designs.

RoHS compliant, the entire AMLD-IZ series offers excellent quality/cost value and is competitively priced starting at $19.36/1000+ pieces.  Samples are available from stock and can be ordered immediately. 

For more product information, including the location of your regional distributor, visit www.aimtec.com or email sales@aimtec.com.

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, transportation 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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