Feb 282014
 

DALI power supply 17V 250mA

DALI power supply adopts advanced micro-control chip, this product can supply 17V voltage and within 250mA current for DALI bus. And also have undervoltage, overload, short circuit protection function.

DALI (Digital Addressable Lighting Interface) is an international standard, popular lighting control protocol, which adopt Manchester codes of digital transmission, with a whole grouping dimming, dimming addressing inquiries, and other powerful state lighting dimming function. Compared with the 0-10V analogue dimming, it’s more precise dimming, addressable, stable, focus control, easy installation and so on. This product adopt a standard DALI dimming signal to digital LED dimming using standard IEC60929. LED dimming with the traditional way of comparison, with adjustable light a wide range of diverse dimming, dimming of high precision, check the current status LED(such as the current brightness, power intensity, the minimum support brightness, address, etc. ), easy distributed control and so on.

Technical Parameters

  • Input voltage: AC90V-265V
  • Input frequency: 50-60HZ
  • Output channels: 1 channel
  • Output voltage: 17V
  • Output current: 250mA
  • Output power: 5.4W
  • Connect mode: screw connect mode
  • Working temperature: -20°C ~ +60°C
  • IP Rating: IP20
  • Gross weight: 120g
  • Net weight: 100g
  • Packing size: 145*48*30mm
  • Product dimension: 140*44.5*27mm

Direction for use
Connect the load wire at first, following by the power wire; Please ensure short circuit can not occur between connecting wire before you turn on the power;

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Internal principle block diagram
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Regular Price:
$59.99

Special Price:
$57.99

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