LED power supply range extended downwards with 60W model

30th January 2015
Source: Meanwell
Posted By : Barney Scott
LED power supply range extended downwards with 60W model

Mean Well has announced that its HBG-100/160/240 series of circular LED power supplies has been widely applied to various kinds of the bay lighting applications since it was released to the market. In order to meet demand for lower wattage power supplies, Mean Well has extended output power down to 60W, and is pleased to unveil the HBG-60 series.

This series is characterised by the same circular appearance as the current HBG family. Two models are offered, the plastic enclosure type (Blank type with 94V-0 flame retardant plastic case) and PCB type (P type), which enhances the flexibility of lighting fixture designs.

HBG-60 exploits the constant current design and provides three models with output currents of 1050, 1400 and 2100mA. The devices feature a 90-295VAC input range, working efficiency reaching up to 91% and an operating temperature range of -40 to +70°C under free air convection.

HBG-60 is suitable for circular shape LED lighting fixture applications, such as bay lighting, down lighting, mining lighting, stage lighting and spot lighting.

With a built-in active PFC function, the UL/CUL/ENEC/CB/CE-approved supplies offer short-circuit and over-temperature protection, and can withstand surges of up to 2kV.

With dimensions of 110x60.5mm (Blank type) and 99x26mm(P type), the power supplies are provided with 5 years warranty as standard.


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