Components | Electronics | Driver Modules | Indoor Applications | Jan 31, 2019

GlacialPower Launches New GP-TH120N-24V LED Constant Voltage Driver with TRIAC Dimming

GlacialPower, the power division of the LED technology manufacturer GlacialTech Inc, announces the new GP-TH120N-24V LED constant voltage driver. It is available in 24 V DC output rated power of 120 W. The driver supports TRIAC dimming function, and appropriates for LED strip applications in places such as restaurants, jewelry shop, home and theater.

Features:
•    AC input range from 205 to 256 V AC
•    Constant voltage mode
•    Work with leading edge and trailing edge TRIAC dimmers
•    AC phase-cut dimming
•    IP67 rated
•    Class I power unit, with FG
•    Safety protections include OVP, OCP, SCP, and OTP
•    Appropriate for 24V LED strips application
•    3 Years warranty
•    RoHS compliant

Specifications:

Model No.

GP-TH120N-24V

Output

Voltage Range (VDC)

24VDC

Ripple & Noise (Max.)

2.6Vp-p

Voltage Tolerance

± 5%

Dimming Range

1%~100%

Rated Current (mA)

5000 mA

Rated Power (W)

120 W

Efficiency (Typ.)

84%

Set up Time (Max.)

0.5 s / 230 VAC at full load

Input

Voltage Range (VAC)

205~256 VAC

Frequency Range (Hz)

50/60 Hz

AC Current (Max.)

1.2 A at 230 VAC

Max. Inrush Current

≤ 60 A at 230 VAC

Leakage Current

<1 mA / 230 VAC

Protections

Over Voltage

105% - 125% Output voltage limiting, latch off

Over Current

110% - 140% Constant current limiting, auto-recovery

Over Temperature

110°C - 120°C Temperature limiting, auto-recovery

Short Circuit

Hiccup mode, recovers automatically after fault condition is removed

Others

MTBF

100K hours min. at Ta=25°C

Dimension
(L x W x H)

222x68x39 mm ; 1024 g/pcs

 

The dimming adjustment output of the GP-TH120N-24V LED driver ranges from 1% to 100%. Works with leading edge and trailing edge TRIAC dimmers. The typical power conversion efficiency is 84%. It supports an AC input voltage range from 205 to 256 VAC.

Wiring-DiagramThe 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 IP67 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 about the GP-TH120N-24V, please visit www.glacialpower.com/products/led-driver-CV-TriacDIM.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. For details, please visit at www.GlacialPower.com

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