Products, Materials & Tools | Jan 12, 2010

LED Power Supply Has 4 Outputs with 650 mA and Supports Protection Class IP67

To benefit from energy savings and long life a growing number of indoor and street lights, message displays, traffic lights, warning lights and traffic signs use light emitting diodes.

Manufacturers of these equipments save design, development, optimisation, production and test of their individual power supplies by using the LED power supplies from YDS now available at MSC Vertriebs GmbH.
 
The latest product in this product family, the LGA100-F36-02 features a universal line input 90-264 VAC/50-60 Hz and four independent outputs, each providing a current of 650±30 mA. The current is precisely regulated over the entire input voltage range and a load voltage range of 30 to 36 V. The ready-to-use LED power supply meets protection class IP67, has an input-to-output isolation of 3000 VAC and complies with EN 55015 and EN 55022, Class B as well as IEC 1000-4-2, -4-3 und -4-5. Other important specifications include 88% efficiency, power factor correction as well as over temperature, over voltage, over current and short circuit protection.
 
The LGA100-F-36-02 LED power supply comes in a robust package 238 mm long, 62 mm wide and 42 mm high with 300 mm long input and output cables. The electrical characteristics can be modified to fulfil dedicated customer needs.
   
MSC Vertriebs GmbH:
Since 1982 MSC Vertriebs GmbH has made a name for itself as one of the leading high-tech distributors of electronic components in Europe. As well as its core distribution business MSC is also able to offer customer specific design as well as production in one of four European production centers. MSC now employs over 800 people. Our key focus is on products that need highly competent technical advice such as micro-controllers and processors, programmable logic, ASICs, displays & equipment, power and linear products, memory components & memory modules, electromechanical components, optoelectronics as well as IT solutions. What makes MSC stand apart from its competitors is not only its highly qualified application and development engineers but its ability to offer design and production services. In addition a very close relationship to the major semiconductor manufacturers results in the best support for the newest technologies for our customers. Find out more about MSC at www.msc-ge.com.

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