Products, Materials & Tools | Nov 18, 2011

Green Watt Power Announces 50 Watt Constant Current AC/DC LED Power Supply

Green Watt Power, a Division of Calex Mfg., announces the “GLC-50” Series of Constant Current AC/DC LED power supplies. The GLC-50 Series with universal / full range AC input voltage of 100 - 277VAC, offers stable and reliable 50W output power and is available in five different models of constant current output at 1.05A, 1.40A, 1.75A, 2.1A or 2.8A and selfadjusting output voltage from 12VDC to 48VDC range in the various models. All models are enclosed to IP67 standards in extruded aluminum metal case design and well-suited for virtually all LED lighting applications for indoor, outdoor, signage, refrigeration, thermally harsh and damp environments.

The GLC-50 has efficiencies up to 90% in the series with active Power Factor correction greater than 0.90 on every model. All units in the series have Over Voltage, Over Current, Over Temperature protection and are RoHS Compliant. Safety Agency approval is pending to UL/CSA 8750 and 1310 class 2 or 1 depending upon the model. Products in the series are CE approved. The product case dimension is 6.42”(L) x 1.73”(W) x 1.25”(H) with customer mounting provisions designed in the case design. All products in the series are designed and built for consistent performance and high reliability and come with a 5 year warranty.

Please contact the factory for pricing and delivery. Units are available from stock to under 6 weeks. To view a complete datasheet of the GLC-50 series go to http://www.greenwattpower.com/pdf/glc50.pdf To see our complete product line visit our website at www.greenwattpower.com. We welcome your inquiries at sales@greenwattpower.com or call us Toll Free at (800) 542-3355.

About Green Watt Power:
Green Watt Power (GWP) is a division of Calex Mfg Co, Inc. and is based in Concord, California. We specialize in power supplies and power solutions with enhanced functionality for LED lighting and related applications.
In addition to architectural, street, indoor and general purpose lighting, signage, displays and commercial refrigerator and appliance lighting, GWP power supplies also have a range of applications in transportation, electric vehicles, industrial, geo-physical and in the petro-chemical industry.
Green Watt Power offers a 3 year warranty on all it's products. Our product pricing is among the most competitive found in North America. Our company's growth is a reflection of customer satisfaction - a fact that we take great pride in. We look forward to serving you.

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