Components | Electronics | Driver Modules | Outdoor Applications | Jan 09, 2018

GlacialPower Launches the IP67 GP-CVM200P LED Driver Series

GlacialPower, the power division of the LED technology manufacturer GlacialTech Inc, announces the GP-CVM200P constant voltage LED driver series. It rated power output of 200 W is available in 12 V, 24 V, 36 V and 48 V models. The active power factor correction driver delivers the excellent efficiency up to 93% and has a very low no load consumption under 0.5 watt at 230 VAC.

Features:
•    Universal AC input from 90 to 264 VAC
•    Constant voltage mode
•    Active PFC function
•    Protections: OVP, OCP, SCP and OTP
•    High efficiency up to 93%
•    Fully insulated case with IP67 rated
•    No load consumption < 0.5 W at 230 VAC
•    Suitable for LED strips and moving sign applications

The GP-CVM200P series feature a fully isolated metal housing with aluminum material; it comes in an IP67-rated dust and waterproof enclosure suitable for outdoor as well as indoor use. This 200 W lightweight driver has 840 g and its dimension with 203.2x80.3x33.5 mm.

The new series include over current protection (OCP), short circuit protection (SCP), over temperature protection (OTP) and over voltage protection (OVP), which are all built in to the driver. The GP-CVM200P constant voltage driver is suitable for LED strips and moving sign applications. It offers high output voltage quality that protects LED lights from the harm caused by power fluctuations and also ensures an optimal lighting effect from the LED signs and decor – with no unwanted flickering.

Read more in GlacialPower's website:
http://www.glacialpower.com/products/led-driver-Metal-PFC-CV_CVM.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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