LED drivers rated for 10-12W LED lighting applications

4th January 2016
Posted By : Jordan Mulcare
LED drivers rated for 10-12W LED lighting applications

GlacialPower announces two additions to its fully isolated series of LED drivers. The RS10P and RS15P are rated for 10-12W and 15W LED lighting applications and feature 3-in-1 dimming function, double insulated cabling and IP67 rated enclosures. The GP-RS10P and GP-RS15P round out GlacialPower's RS series of fully isolated series of LED drivers with two options to safely and efficiently drive 10 to 15W LEDs.

With double insulated power cabling, Short Circuit and Over Temperature protection and a fully isolated enclosure, the GP-RS10P and GP-RS15P are electrically safe and compliant with the latest CE directives and FCC regulations for electrical equipment. They can be easily incorporated in lighting products for the US and European markets.

With an IP67 rated enclosure, the GP-RS10P and GP-RS15P have superb ingress protection against water and dust. They can operate at full load from -20 to 60°C. Along with the fully isolated case and doubly insulated cables, the GP-RS10P and GP-RS15P make great drivers for rugged indoor or outdoor LED applications.

Besides rugged operation and design, the GP-RS10P and GP-RS15P are full featured LED drivers with active power factor correction for high power efficiency and a fast setup time of <0.5s. They can be dimmed with 0-10V, PWM, or resistor dimming, allowing easy integration with existing or new lighting infrastructure. No load consumption less than 0.5W and active power factor correction makes these highly energy efficient power supplies compliant with European ErP directives.

GlacialPower offers the GP-RS10P and GP-RS15P for a variety of voltage or current ratings. The RS10P is a constant current driver and the RS15P supports both constant current and constant voltage operation. Along with the GP-RS26P, GP-RS35P, GP-RS45P and GP-RS60P, the RS series of LED drivers provides reliable, safe power for 10 to 60W LED luminaires.


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