Constant Current Drivers

Our Constant Current Drivers provide a stable electrical current to LED lighting systems. With a range of capabilities, output rated current options span from as low as 350mA to as high as 1400mA. With quality brands such as Mean Well, as well as TRIAC dimming options, find the power source solution for your project and ensure precise lighting control.
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  1. 1
    Mean Well LED Switching Power Supply - PCD Series 20-25W AC Dimmable LED Constant Current Driver - A-Type - 1400mA - 24-48 VDC

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    Input Voltage
    100-120 VAC
    Output Voltage
    12-18 VDC
    Output Rated Current
    1.4 A
    Dimmable
    Yes
    Dimming Type
    TRIAC
    TRIAC Dimming: Triode for alternating current (TRIAC) dimming is used to control high-voltage dimmable power supplies such as Magnitude Dimmable Power Supplies. These dimmable power supplies work by varying the power on the AC input side of the power supply by means of a TRIAC dimmer. This change in power on the AC input side will vary the voltage on the DC output side and control the intensity of the LEDs. TRIAC dimmers are common hardware store and household dimmers, which include brand names such as Lutron and Leviton.

    Pulse-Width Modulation Dimming: Pulse-width modulation (PWM) dimming can be used to control dimmable power supplies such as Mean Well HLG Series and Mean Well LPF Series. This type of dimming control adjusts the output current based on the duty cycle. As the duty cycle increases, current will increase and the LEDs will be brighter. Conversely, if the duty cycle decreases, the current will decrease and the LEDs will be dimmer. Pulse-width modulation for these drivers is based on a 10V signal level with a frequency between 100Hz~3KHz. The MCBRF-4A or MLD-5A are compatible for this application.

    Resistive Dimming: Resistive dimming can be used to control dimmable power supplies such as Mean Well HLG Series. The resistance can be fixed or variable. If a fixed level of dimming is required, a simple resistor is all that is needed to dim the LEDs to a particular level. If a varying dimmable level is desired, a potentiometer can serve this purpose. By changing the resistance value of the potentiometer, the output current of the power supply changes, and the LED intensity changes. Controlling a single power supply will require a 100K ohm potentiometer for 100% intensity (100K ohm) to approximately 10% intensity (10K ohm) based on where the wiper is positioned.

    1-10V Dimming: 1-10V dimming can be used to control dimmable power supplies such as 12V Mean Well HLG-40~240 Series or 24V Mean Well HLG-40~240 Series. This type of dimming control is an older style for compatible dimmable power supplies and is being replaced with 0-10V dimmer control. 1-10V dimming control works by varying the voltage from 1-10 VDC. A 10-volt signal on the dimming wire will allow for maximum current to flow to the LEDs for maximum intensity. A 1-volt signal on the dimming wire allows 10% of the current to flow from the power supply, which generates approximately 10% of the maximum intensity for the LEDs.

    0-10V Dimming: 0-10V dimming can be used to control dimmable power supplies such as 12V Mean Well HLG-600 Series or 24V Mean Well HLG-600 Series. This type of dimming control is the most popular and newest style for compatible dimmable power supplies. 0-10V dimming control works by varying the voltage from 0-10 VDC. A 10-volt signal on the dimming wire will allow for maximum current to flow to the LEDs for maximum intensity. A 0.6-volt signal on the dimming wires allows 6% of the current to flow from the power supply dimming the LEDs to approximately 6% of full intensity. 0-10V dimmers can be found here.
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  2. 2
    CCPSD series Constant Current LED Driver - DiodeDrive® - TRIAC Dimmable - 25W Accessories

    CCPSD-25W-700T

    CCPSD series Constant Current LED Driver - DiodeDrive® - TRIAC Dimmable - 25W - 700mA - 25-35 VDC - CCPSD-25W-700T

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    Input Voltage
    120 VAC
    Output Voltage
    25–35 VDC
    Output Rated Current
    700 mA
    Dimmable
    Yes
    Dimming Type
    TRIAC
    TRIAC Dimming: Triode for alternating current (TRIAC) dimming is used to control high-voltage dimmable power supplies such as Magnitude Dimmable Power Supplies. These dimmable power supplies work by varying the power on the AC input side of the power supply by means of a TRIAC dimmer. This change in power on the AC input side will vary the voltage on the DC output side and control the intensity of the LEDs. TRIAC dimmers are common hardware store and household dimmers, which include brand names such as Lutron and Leviton.

    Pulse-Width Modulation Dimming: Pulse-width modulation (PWM) dimming can be used to control dimmable power supplies such as Mean Well HLG Series and Mean Well LPF Series. This type of dimming control adjusts the output current based on the duty cycle. As the duty cycle increases, current will increase and the LEDs will be brighter. Conversely, if the duty cycle decreases, the current will decrease and the LEDs will be dimmer. Pulse-width modulation for these drivers is based on a 10V signal level with a frequency between 100Hz~3KHz. The MCBRF-4A or MLD-5A are compatible for this application.

    Resistive Dimming: Resistive dimming can be used to control dimmable power supplies such as Mean Well HLG Series. The resistance can be fixed or variable. If a fixed level of dimming is required, a simple resistor is all that is needed to dim the LEDs to a particular level. If a varying dimmable level is desired, a potentiometer can serve this purpose. By changing the resistance value of the potentiometer, the output current of the power supply changes, and the LED intensity changes. Controlling a single power supply will require a 100K ohm potentiometer for 100% intensity (100K ohm) to approximately 10% intensity (10K ohm) based on where the wiper is positioned.

    1-10V Dimming: 1-10V dimming can be used to control dimmable power supplies such as 12V Mean Well HLG-40~240 Series or 24V Mean Well HLG-40~240 Series. This type of dimming control is an older style for compatible dimmable power supplies and is being replaced with 0-10V dimmer control. 1-10V dimming control works by varying the voltage from 1-10 VDC. A 10-volt signal on the dimming wire will allow for maximum current to flow to the LEDs for maximum intensity. A 1-volt signal on the dimming wire allows 10% of the current to flow from the power supply, which generates approximately 10% of the maximum intensity for the LEDs.

    0-10V Dimming: 0-10V dimming can be used to control dimmable power supplies such as 12V Mean Well HLG-600 Series or 24V Mean Well HLG-600 Series. This type of dimming control is the most popular and newest style for compatible dimmable power supplies. 0-10V dimming control works by varying the voltage from 0-10 VDC. A 10-volt signal on the dimming wire will allow for maximum current to flow to the LEDs for maximum intensity. A 0.6-volt signal on the dimming wires allows 6% of the current to flow from the power supply dimming the LEDs to approximately 6% of full intensity. 0-10V dimmers can be found here.
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  3. 3
    CCPSD series 25W Constant Current LED Driver - DiodeDrive® - 1050mA Accessories

    CCPSD-25W-1050

    CCPSD series 25W Constant Current LED Driver - DiodeDrive® - 1050mA - 14-24 VDC - IP65 Waterproof - CCPSD-25W-1050

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    Input Voltage
    120–277 VAC
    Output Voltage
    14–24 VDC
    Output Rated Current
    1.05 A
    Dimmable
    Yes
    Dimming Type
    0-10V
    TRIAC Dimming: Triode for alternating current (TRIAC) dimming is used to control high-voltage dimmable power supplies such as Magnitude Dimmable Power Supplies. These dimmable power supplies work by varying the power on the AC input side of the power supply by means of a TRIAC dimmer. This change in power on the AC input side will vary the voltage on the DC output side and control the intensity of the LEDs. TRIAC dimmers are common hardware store and household dimmers, which include brand names such as Lutron and Leviton.

    Pulse-Width Modulation Dimming: Pulse-width modulation (PWM) dimming can be used to control dimmable power supplies such as Mean Well HLG Series and Mean Well LPF Series. This type of dimming control adjusts the output current based on the duty cycle. As the duty cycle increases, current will increase and the LEDs will be brighter. Conversely, if the duty cycle decreases, the current will decrease and the LEDs will be dimmer. Pulse-width modulation for these drivers is based on a 10V signal level with a frequency between 100Hz~3KHz. The MCBRF-4A or MLD-5A are compatible for this application.

    Resistive Dimming: Resistive dimming can be used to control dimmable power supplies such as Mean Well HLG Series. The resistance can be fixed or variable. If a fixed level of dimming is required, a simple resistor is all that is needed to dim the LEDs to a particular level. If a varying dimmable level is desired, a potentiometer can serve this purpose. By changing the resistance value of the potentiometer, the output current of the power supply changes, and the LED intensity changes. Controlling a single power supply will require a 100K ohm potentiometer for 100% intensity (100K ohm) to approximately 10% intensity (10K ohm) based on where the wiper is positioned.

    1-10V Dimming: 1-10V dimming can be used to control dimmable power supplies such as 12V Mean Well HLG-40~240 Series or 24V Mean Well HLG-40~240 Series. This type of dimming control is an older style for compatible dimmable power supplies and is being replaced with 0-10V dimmer control. 1-10V dimming control works by varying the voltage from 1-10 VDC. A 10-volt signal on the dimming wire will allow for maximum current to flow to the LEDs for maximum intensity. A 1-volt signal on the dimming wire allows 10% of the current to flow from the power supply, which generates approximately 10% of the maximum intensity for the LEDs.

    0-10V Dimming: 0-10V dimming can be used to control dimmable power supplies such as 12V Mean Well HLG-600 Series or 24V Mean Well HLG-600 Series. This type of dimming control is the most popular and newest style for compatible dimmable power supplies. 0-10V dimming control works by varying the voltage from 0-10 VDC. A 10-volt signal on the dimming wire will allow for maximum current to flow to the LEDs for maximum intensity. A 0.6-volt signal on the dimming wires allows 6% of the current to flow from the power supply dimming the LEDs to approximately 6% of full intensity. 0-10V dimmers can be found here.
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    5 Years
    5 Years
  4. 4
    Constant Current LED Driver - 700mA - 3-12 VDC - 3W LED Driver - 3-12 VDC

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    Input Voltage
    100-240 VAC
    Output Voltage
    3-12 VDC
    Output Rated Current
    700 mA
    Dimmable
    No
    Dimming Type
    N/A
    TRIAC Dimming: Triode for alternating current (TRIAC) dimming is used to control high-voltage dimmable power supplies such as Magnitude Dimmable Power Supplies. These dimmable power supplies work by varying the power on the AC input side of the power supply by means of a TRIAC dimmer. This change in power on the AC input side will vary the voltage on the DC output side and control the intensity of the LEDs. TRIAC dimmers are common hardware store and household dimmers, which include brand names such as Lutron and Leviton.

    Pulse-Width Modulation Dimming: Pulse-width modulation (PWM) dimming can be used to control dimmable power supplies such as Mean Well HLG Series and Mean Well LPF Series. This type of dimming control adjusts the output current based on the duty cycle. As the duty cycle increases, current will increase and the LEDs will be brighter. Conversely, if the duty cycle decreases, the current will decrease and the LEDs will be dimmer. Pulse-width modulation for these drivers is based on a 10V signal level with a frequency between 100Hz~3KHz. The MCBRF-4A or MLD-5A are compatible for this application.

    Resistive Dimming: Resistive dimming can be used to control dimmable power supplies such as Mean Well HLG Series. The resistance can be fixed or variable. If a fixed level of dimming is required, a simple resistor is all that is needed to dim the LEDs to a particular level. If a varying dimmable level is desired, a potentiometer can serve this purpose. By changing the resistance value of the potentiometer, the output current of the power supply changes, and the LED intensity changes. Controlling a single power supply will require a 100K ohm potentiometer for 100% intensity (100K ohm) to approximately 10% intensity (10K ohm) based on where the wiper is positioned.

    1-10V Dimming: 1-10V dimming can be used to control dimmable power supplies such as 12V Mean Well HLG-40~240 Series or 24V Mean Well HLG-40~240 Series. This type of dimming control is an older style for compatible dimmable power supplies and is being replaced with 0-10V dimmer control. 1-10V dimming control works by varying the voltage from 1-10 VDC. A 10-volt signal on the dimming wire will allow for maximum current to flow to the LEDs for maximum intensity. A 1-volt signal on the dimming wire allows 10% of the current to flow from the power supply, which generates approximately 10% of the maximum intensity for the LEDs.

    0-10V Dimming: 0-10V dimming can be used to control dimmable power supplies such as 12V Mean Well HLG-600 Series or 24V Mean Well HLG-600 Series. This type of dimming control is the most popular and newest style for compatible dimmable power supplies. 0-10V dimming control works by varying the voltage from 0-10 VDC. A 10-volt signal on the dimming wire will allow for maximum current to flow to the LEDs for maximum intensity. A 0.6-volt signal on the dimming wires allows 6% of the current to flow from the power supply dimming the LEDs to approximately 6% of full intensity. 0-10V dimmers can be found here.
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    2 Years
    2 Years
  5. 5
    DiodeDrive® Emergency Back-Up LED Driver - 20W Accessories

    CCED-20W-1555-96CHX-FC

    DiodeDrive Emergency Back-Up LED Driver - 20W - 15-55 VDC output

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    Input Voltage
    120–277 VAC
    Output Voltage
    15–55 VDC
    Output Rated Current
    363 mA
    Dimmable
    No
    Dimming Type
    N/A
    TRIAC Dimming: Triode for alternating current (TRIAC) dimming is used to control high-voltage dimmable power supplies such as Magnitude Dimmable Power Supplies. These dimmable power supplies work by varying the power on the AC input side of the power supply by means of a TRIAC dimmer. This change in power on the AC input side will vary the voltage on the DC output side and control the intensity of the LEDs. TRIAC dimmers are common hardware store and household dimmers, which include brand names such as Lutron and Leviton.

    Pulse-Width Modulation Dimming: Pulse-width modulation (PWM) dimming can be used to control dimmable power supplies such as Mean Well HLG Series and Mean Well LPF Series. This type of dimming control adjusts the output current based on the duty cycle. As the duty cycle increases, current will increase and the LEDs will be brighter. Conversely, if the duty cycle decreases, the current will decrease and the LEDs will be dimmer. Pulse-width modulation for these drivers is based on a 10V signal level with a frequency between 100Hz~3KHz. The MCBRF-4A or MLD-5A are compatible for this application.

    Resistive Dimming: Resistive dimming can be used to control dimmable power supplies such as Mean Well HLG Series. The resistance can be fixed or variable. If a fixed level of dimming is required, a simple resistor is all that is needed to dim the LEDs to a particular level. If a varying dimmable level is desired, a potentiometer can serve this purpose. By changing the resistance value of the potentiometer, the output current of the power supply changes, and the LED intensity changes. Controlling a single power supply will require a 100K ohm potentiometer for 100% intensity (100K ohm) to approximately 10% intensity (10K ohm) based on where the wiper is positioned.

    1-10V Dimming: 1-10V dimming can be used to control dimmable power supplies such as 12V Mean Well HLG-40~240 Series or 24V Mean Well HLG-40~240 Series. This type of dimming control is an older style for compatible dimmable power supplies and is being replaced with 0-10V dimmer control. 1-10V dimming control works by varying the voltage from 1-10 VDC. A 10-volt signal on the dimming wire will allow for maximum current to flow to the LEDs for maximum intensity. A 1-volt signal on the dimming wire allows 10% of the current to flow from the power supply, which generates approximately 10% of the maximum intensity for the LEDs.

    0-10V Dimming: 0-10V dimming can be used to control dimmable power supplies such as 12V Mean Well HLG-600 Series or 24V Mean Well HLG-600 Series. This type of dimming control is the most popular and newest style for compatible dimmable power supplies. 0-10V dimming control works by varying the voltage from 0-10 VDC. A 10-volt signal on the dimming wire will allow for maximum current to flow to the LEDs for maximum intensity. A 0.6-volt signal on the dimming wires allows 6% of the current to flow from the power supply dimming the LEDs to approximately 6% of full intensity. 0-10V dimmers can be found here.
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  6. 6
    LED Emergency Battery Backup Lighting Kit - 6W - 760 lumens

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    Input Voltage
    100-277 VAC
    Output Voltage
    6–8.4 VDC
    Output Rated Current
    N/A
    Dimmable
    No
    Dimming Type
    N/A
    TRIAC Dimming: Triode for alternating current (TRIAC) dimming is used to control high-voltage dimmable power supplies such as Magnitude Dimmable Power Supplies. These dimmable power supplies work by varying the power on the AC input side of the power supply by means of a TRIAC dimmer. This change in power on the AC input side will vary the voltage on the DC output side and control the intensity of the LEDs. TRIAC dimmers are common hardware store and household dimmers, which include brand names such as Lutron and Leviton.

    Pulse-Width Modulation Dimming: Pulse-width modulation (PWM) dimming can be used to control dimmable power supplies such as Mean Well HLG Series and Mean Well LPF Series. This type of dimming control adjusts the output current based on the duty cycle. As the duty cycle increases, current will increase and the LEDs will be brighter. Conversely, if the duty cycle decreases, the current will decrease and the LEDs will be dimmer. Pulse-width modulation for these drivers is based on a 10V signal level with a frequency between 100Hz~3KHz. The MCBRF-4A or MLD-5A are compatible for this application.

    Resistive Dimming: Resistive dimming can be used to control dimmable power supplies such as Mean Well HLG Series. The resistance can be fixed or variable. If a fixed level of dimming is required, a simple resistor is all that is needed to dim the LEDs to a particular level. If a varying dimmable level is desired, a potentiometer can serve this purpose. By changing the resistance value of the potentiometer, the output current of the power supply changes, and the LED intensity changes. Controlling a single power supply will require a 100K ohm potentiometer for 100% intensity (100K ohm) to approximately 10% intensity (10K ohm) based on where the wiper is positioned.

    1-10V Dimming: 1-10V dimming can be used to control dimmable power supplies such as 12V Mean Well HLG-40~240 Series or 24V Mean Well HLG-40~240 Series. This type of dimming control is an older style for compatible dimmable power supplies and is being replaced with 0-10V dimmer control. 1-10V dimming control works by varying the voltage from 1-10 VDC. A 10-volt signal on the dimming wire will allow for maximum current to flow to the LEDs for maximum intensity. A 1-volt signal on the dimming wire allows 10% of the current to flow from the power supply, which generates approximately 10% of the maximum intensity for the LEDs.

    0-10V Dimming: 0-10V dimming can be used to control dimmable power supplies such as 12V Mean Well HLG-600 Series or 24V Mean Well HLG-600 Series. This type of dimming control is the most popular and newest style for compatible dimmable power supplies. 0-10V dimming control works by varying the voltage from 0-10 VDC. A 10-volt signal on the dimming wire will allow for maximum current to flow to the LEDs for maximum intensity. A 0.6-volt signal on the dimming wires allows 6% of the current to flow from the power supply dimming the LEDs to approximately 6% of full intensity. 0-10V dimmers can be found here.
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    5 Years
    5 Years
  7. 7
    MEAN WELL Constant Current LED Driver - PCD-16 Series - 16W - 700mA - 16-24 VDC

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    Input Voltage
    100-120 VAC
    Output Voltage
    16-24 VDC
    Output Rated Current
    700 mA
    Dimmable
    Yes
    Dimming Type
    TRIAC
    TRIAC Dimming: Triode for alternating current (TRIAC) dimming is used to control high-voltage dimmable power supplies such as Magnitude Dimmable Power Supplies. These dimmable power supplies work by varying the power on the AC input side of the power supply by means of a TRIAC dimmer. This change in power on the AC input side will vary the voltage on the DC output side and control the intensity of the LEDs. TRIAC dimmers are common hardware store and household dimmers, which include brand names such as Lutron and Leviton.

    Pulse-Width Modulation Dimming: Pulse-width modulation (PWM) dimming can be used to control dimmable power supplies such as Mean Well HLG Series and Mean Well LPF Series. This type of dimming control adjusts the output current based on the duty cycle. As the duty cycle increases, current will increase and the LEDs will be brighter. Conversely, if the duty cycle decreases, the current will decrease and the LEDs will be dimmer. Pulse-width modulation for these drivers is based on a 10V signal level with a frequency between 100Hz~3KHz. The MCBRF-4A or MLD-5A are compatible for this application.

    Resistive Dimming: Resistive dimming can be used to control dimmable power supplies such as Mean Well HLG Series. The resistance can be fixed or variable. If a fixed level of dimming is required, a simple resistor is all that is needed to dim the LEDs to a particular level. If a varying dimmable level is desired, a potentiometer can serve this purpose. By changing the resistance value of the potentiometer, the output current of the power supply changes, and the LED intensity changes. Controlling a single power supply will require a 100K ohm potentiometer for 100% intensity (100K ohm) to approximately 10% intensity (10K ohm) based on where the wiper is positioned.

    1-10V Dimming: 1-10V dimming can be used to control dimmable power supplies such as 12V Mean Well HLG-40~240 Series or 24V Mean Well HLG-40~240 Series. This type of dimming control is an older style for compatible dimmable power supplies and is being replaced with 0-10V dimmer control. 1-10V dimming control works by varying the voltage from 1-10 VDC. A 10-volt signal on the dimming wire will allow for maximum current to flow to the LEDs for maximum intensity. A 1-volt signal on the dimming wire allows 10% of the current to flow from the power supply, which generates approximately 10% of the maximum intensity for the LEDs.

    0-10V Dimming: 0-10V dimming can be used to control dimmable power supplies such as 12V Mean Well HLG-600 Series or 24V Mean Well HLG-600 Series. This type of dimming control is the most popular and newest style for compatible dimmable power supplies. 0-10V dimming control works by varying the voltage from 0-10 VDC. A 10-volt signal on the dimming wire will allow for maximum current to flow to the LEDs for maximum intensity. A 0.6-volt signal on the dimming wires allows 6% of the current to flow from the power supply dimming the LEDs to approximately 6% of full intensity. 0-10V dimmers can be found here.
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    3 Years
  8. 8
    CCPSD series 36W Constant Current LED Driver - DiodeDrive® - 1800mA Accessories

    CCPSD-36W-1800

    CCPSD series 36W Constant Current LED Driver - DiodeDrive® - 1800mA - 12-20 VDC - IP65 Waterproof - CCPSD-36W-1800

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    Input Voltage
    120–277 VAC
    Output Voltage
    12–20 VDC
    Output Rated Current
    1.8 A
    Dimmable
    Yes
    Dimming Type
    0-10V
    TRIAC Dimming: Triode for alternating current (TRIAC) dimming is used to control high-voltage dimmable power supplies such as Magnitude Dimmable Power Supplies. These dimmable power supplies work by varying the power on the AC input side of the power supply by means of a TRIAC dimmer. This change in power on the AC input side will vary the voltage on the DC output side and control the intensity of the LEDs. TRIAC dimmers are common hardware store and household dimmers, which include brand names such as Lutron and Leviton.

    Pulse-Width Modulation Dimming: Pulse-width modulation (PWM) dimming can be used to control dimmable power supplies such as Mean Well HLG Series and Mean Well LPF Series. This type of dimming control adjusts the output current based on the duty cycle. As the duty cycle increases, current will increase and the LEDs will be brighter. Conversely, if the duty cycle decreases, the current will decrease and the LEDs will be dimmer. Pulse-width modulation for these drivers is based on a 10V signal level with a frequency between 100Hz~3KHz. The MCBRF-4A or MLD-5A are compatible for this application.

    Resistive Dimming: Resistive dimming can be used to control dimmable power supplies such as Mean Well HLG Series. The resistance can be fixed or variable. If a fixed level of dimming is required, a simple resistor is all that is needed to dim the LEDs to a particular level. If a varying dimmable level is desired, a potentiometer can serve this purpose. By changing the resistance value of the potentiometer, the output current of the power supply changes, and the LED intensity changes. Controlling a single power supply will require a 100K ohm potentiometer for 100% intensity (100K ohm) to approximately 10% intensity (10K ohm) based on where the wiper is positioned.

    1-10V Dimming: 1-10V dimming can be used to control dimmable power supplies such as 12V Mean Well HLG-40~240 Series or 24V Mean Well HLG-40~240 Series. This type of dimming control is an older style for compatible dimmable power supplies and is being replaced with 0-10V dimmer control. 1-10V dimming control works by varying the voltage from 1-10 VDC. A 10-volt signal on the dimming wire will allow for maximum current to flow to the LEDs for maximum intensity. A 1-volt signal on the dimming wire allows 10% of the current to flow from the power supply, which generates approximately 10% of the maximum intensity for the LEDs.

    0-10V Dimming: 0-10V dimming can be used to control dimmable power supplies such as 12V Mean Well HLG-600 Series or 24V Mean Well HLG-600 Series. This type of dimming control is the most popular and newest style for compatible dimmable power supplies. 0-10V dimming control works by varying the voltage from 0-10 VDC. A 10-volt signal on the dimming wire will allow for maximum current to flow to the LEDs for maximum intensity. A 0.6-volt signal on the dimming wires allows 6% of the current to flow from the power supply dimming the LEDs to approximately 6% of full intensity. 0-10V dimmers can be found here.
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  9. 9
    MEAN WELL Constant Current LED Driver - PCD-16 Series - 16W - 350mA - 24-48 VDC

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    Input Voltage
    100-120 VAC
    Output Voltage
    24-48 VDC
    Output Rated Current
    350 mA
    Dimmable
    Yes
    Dimming Type
    TRIAC
    TRIAC Dimming: Triode for alternating current (TRIAC) dimming is used to control high-voltage dimmable power supplies such as Magnitude Dimmable Power Supplies. These dimmable power supplies work by varying the power on the AC input side of the power supply by means of a TRIAC dimmer. This change in power on the AC input side will vary the voltage on the DC output side and control the intensity of the LEDs. TRIAC dimmers are common hardware store and household dimmers, which include brand names such as Lutron and Leviton.

    Pulse-Width Modulation Dimming: Pulse-width modulation (PWM) dimming can be used to control dimmable power supplies such as Mean Well HLG Series and Mean Well LPF Series. This type of dimming control adjusts the output current based on the duty cycle. As the duty cycle increases, current will increase and the LEDs will be brighter. Conversely, if the duty cycle decreases, the current will decrease and the LEDs will be dimmer. Pulse-width modulation for these drivers is based on a 10V signal level with a frequency between 100Hz~3KHz. The MCBRF-4A or MLD-5A are compatible for this application.

    Resistive Dimming: Resistive dimming can be used to control dimmable power supplies such as Mean Well HLG Series. The resistance can be fixed or variable. If a fixed level of dimming is required, a simple resistor is all that is needed to dim the LEDs to a particular level. If a varying dimmable level is desired, a potentiometer can serve this purpose. By changing the resistance value of the potentiometer, the output current of the power supply changes, and the LED intensity changes. Controlling a single power supply will require a 100K ohm potentiometer for 100% intensity (100K ohm) to approximately 10% intensity (10K ohm) based on where the wiper is positioned.

    1-10V Dimming: 1-10V dimming can be used to control dimmable power supplies such as 12V Mean Well HLG-40~240 Series or 24V Mean Well HLG-40~240 Series. This type of dimming control is an older style for compatible dimmable power supplies and is being replaced with 0-10V dimmer control. 1-10V dimming control works by varying the voltage from 1-10 VDC. A 10-volt signal on the dimming wire will allow for maximum current to flow to the LEDs for maximum intensity. A 1-volt signal on the dimming wire allows 10% of the current to flow from the power supply, which generates approximately 10% of the maximum intensity for the LEDs.

    0-10V Dimming: 0-10V dimming can be used to control dimmable power supplies such as 12V Mean Well HLG-600 Series or 24V Mean Well HLG-600 Series. This type of dimming control is the most popular and newest style for compatible dimmable power supplies. 0-10V dimming control works by varying the voltage from 0-10 VDC. A 10-volt signal on the dimming wire will allow for maximum current to flow to the LEDs for maximum intensity. A 0.6-volt signal on the dimming wires allows 6% of the current to flow from the power supply dimming the LEDs to approximately 6% of full intensity. 0-10V dimmers can be found here.
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  10. 10
    Mean Well LED Switching Power Supply - PCD Series 20-25W AC Dimmable LED Constant Current Driver - A-Type - 700 mA - 24-36 VDC

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    Input Voltage
    100-120 VAC
    Output Voltage
    24-36 VDC
    Output Rated Current
    700 mA
    Dimmable
    Yes
    Dimming Type
    TRIAC
    TRIAC Dimming: Triode for alternating current (TRIAC) dimming is used to control high-voltage dimmable power supplies such as Magnitude Dimmable Power Supplies. These dimmable power supplies work by varying the power on the AC input side of the power supply by means of a TRIAC dimmer. This change in power on the AC input side will vary the voltage on the DC output side and control the intensity of the LEDs. TRIAC dimmers are common hardware store and household dimmers, which include brand names such as Lutron and Leviton.

    Pulse-Width Modulation Dimming: Pulse-width modulation (PWM) dimming can be used to control dimmable power supplies such as Mean Well HLG Series and Mean Well LPF Series. This type of dimming control adjusts the output current based on the duty cycle. As the duty cycle increases, current will increase and the LEDs will be brighter. Conversely, if the duty cycle decreases, the current will decrease and the LEDs will be dimmer. Pulse-width modulation for these drivers is based on a 10V signal level with a frequency between 100Hz~3KHz. The MCBRF-4A or MLD-5A are compatible for this application.

    Resistive Dimming: Resistive dimming can be used to control dimmable power supplies such as Mean Well HLG Series. The resistance can be fixed or variable. If a fixed level of dimming is required, a simple resistor is all that is needed to dim the LEDs to a particular level. If a varying dimmable level is desired, a potentiometer can serve this purpose. By changing the resistance value of the potentiometer, the output current of the power supply changes, and the LED intensity changes. Controlling a single power supply will require a 100K ohm potentiometer for 100% intensity (100K ohm) to approximately 10% intensity (10K ohm) based on where the wiper is positioned.

    1-10V Dimming: 1-10V dimming can be used to control dimmable power supplies such as 12V Mean Well HLG-40~240 Series or 24V Mean Well HLG-40~240 Series. This type of dimming control is an older style for compatible dimmable power supplies and is being replaced with 0-10V dimmer control. 1-10V dimming control works by varying the voltage from 1-10 VDC. A 10-volt signal on the dimming wire will allow for maximum current to flow to the LEDs for maximum intensity. A 1-volt signal on the dimming wire allows 10% of the current to flow from the power supply, which generates approximately 10% of the maximum intensity for the LEDs.

    0-10V Dimming: 0-10V dimming can be used to control dimmable power supplies such as 12V Mean Well HLG-600 Series or 24V Mean Well HLG-600 Series. This type of dimming control is the most popular and newest style for compatible dimmable power supplies. 0-10V dimming control works by varying the voltage from 0-10 VDC. A 10-volt signal on the dimming wire will allow for maximum current to flow to the LEDs for maximum intensity. A 0.6-volt signal on the dimming wires allows 6% of the current to flow from the power supply dimming the LEDs to approximately 6% of full intensity. 0-10V dimmers can be found here.
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  11. 11
    MEAN WELL Constant Current LED Driver - PCD-16 Series - 16W - 1050mA - 12-16 VDC

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    Input Voltage
    100-120 VAC
    Output Voltage
    12-16 VDC
    Output Rated Current
    1.05 A
    Dimmable
    Yes
    Dimming Type
    TRIAC
    TRIAC Dimming: Triode for alternating current (TRIAC) dimming is used to control high-voltage dimmable power supplies such as Magnitude Dimmable Power Supplies. These dimmable power supplies work by varying the power on the AC input side of the power supply by means of a TRIAC dimmer. This change in power on the AC input side will vary the voltage on the DC output side and control the intensity of the LEDs. TRIAC dimmers are common hardware store and household dimmers, which include brand names such as Lutron and Leviton.

    Pulse-Width Modulation Dimming: Pulse-width modulation (PWM) dimming can be used to control dimmable power supplies such as Mean Well HLG Series and Mean Well LPF Series. This type of dimming control adjusts the output current based on the duty cycle. As the duty cycle increases, current will increase and the LEDs will be brighter. Conversely, if the duty cycle decreases, the current will decrease and the LEDs will be dimmer. Pulse-width modulation for these drivers is based on a 10V signal level with a frequency between 100Hz~3KHz. The MCBRF-4A or MLD-5A are compatible for this application.

    Resistive Dimming: Resistive dimming can be used to control dimmable power supplies such as Mean Well HLG Series. The resistance can be fixed or variable. If a fixed level of dimming is required, a simple resistor is all that is needed to dim the LEDs to a particular level. If a varying dimmable level is desired, a potentiometer can serve this purpose. By changing the resistance value of the potentiometer, the output current of the power supply changes, and the LED intensity changes. Controlling a single power supply will require a 100K ohm potentiometer for 100% intensity (100K ohm) to approximately 10% intensity (10K ohm) based on where the wiper is positioned.

    1-10V Dimming: 1-10V dimming can be used to control dimmable power supplies such as 12V Mean Well HLG-40~240 Series or 24V Mean Well HLG-40~240 Series. This type of dimming control is an older style for compatible dimmable power supplies and is being replaced with 0-10V dimmer control. 1-10V dimming control works by varying the voltage from 1-10 VDC. A 10-volt signal on the dimming wire will allow for maximum current to flow to the LEDs for maximum intensity. A 1-volt signal on the dimming wire allows 10% of the current to flow from the power supply, which generates approximately 10% of the maximum intensity for the LEDs.

    0-10V Dimming: 0-10V dimming can be used to control dimmable power supplies such as 12V Mean Well HLG-600 Series or 24V Mean Well HLG-600 Series. This type of dimming control is the most popular and newest style for compatible dimmable power supplies. 0-10V dimming control works by varying the voltage from 0-10 VDC. A 10-volt signal on the dimming wire will allow for maximum current to flow to the LEDs for maximum intensity. A 0.6-volt signal on the dimming wires allows 6% of the current to flow from the power supply dimming the LEDs to approximately 6% of full intensity. 0-10V dimmers can be found here.
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  12. 12
    MEAN WELL Constant Current LED Driver - PCD-16 Series - 16W - 1400mA - 8-12 VDC

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    Input Voltage
    100-120 VAC
    Output Voltage
    8-12 VDC
    Output Rated Current
    1.4 A
    Dimmable
    Yes
    Dimming Type
    TRIAC
    TRIAC Dimming: Triode for alternating current (TRIAC) dimming is used to control high-voltage dimmable power supplies such as Magnitude Dimmable Power Supplies. These dimmable power supplies work by varying the power on the AC input side of the power supply by means of a TRIAC dimmer. This change in power on the AC input side will vary the voltage on the DC output side and control the intensity of the LEDs. TRIAC dimmers are common hardware store and household dimmers, which include brand names such as Lutron and Leviton.

    Pulse-Width Modulation Dimming: Pulse-width modulation (PWM) dimming can be used to control dimmable power supplies such as Mean Well HLG Series and Mean Well LPF Series. This type of dimming control adjusts the output current based on the duty cycle. As the duty cycle increases, current will increase and the LEDs will be brighter. Conversely, if the duty cycle decreases, the current will decrease and the LEDs will be dimmer. Pulse-width modulation for these drivers is based on a 10V signal level with a frequency between 100Hz~3KHz. The MCBRF-4A or MLD-5A are compatible for this application.

    Resistive Dimming: Resistive dimming can be used to control dimmable power supplies such as Mean Well HLG Series. The resistance can be fixed or variable. If a fixed level of dimming is required, a simple resistor is all that is needed to dim the LEDs to a particular level. If a varying dimmable level is desired, a potentiometer can serve this purpose. By changing the resistance value of the potentiometer, the output current of the power supply changes, and the LED intensity changes. Controlling a single power supply will require a 100K ohm potentiometer for 100% intensity (100K ohm) to approximately 10% intensity (10K ohm) based on where the wiper is positioned.

    1-10V Dimming: 1-10V dimming can be used to control dimmable power supplies such as 12V Mean Well HLG-40~240 Series or 24V Mean Well HLG-40~240 Series. This type of dimming control is an older style for compatible dimmable power supplies and is being replaced with 0-10V dimmer control. 1-10V dimming control works by varying the voltage from 1-10 VDC. A 10-volt signal on the dimming wire will allow for maximum current to flow to the LEDs for maximum intensity. A 1-volt signal on the dimming wire allows 10% of the current to flow from the power supply, which generates approximately 10% of the maximum intensity for the LEDs.

    0-10V Dimming: 0-10V dimming can be used to control dimmable power supplies such as 12V Mean Well HLG-600 Series or 24V Mean Well HLG-600 Series. This type of dimming control is the most popular and newest style for compatible dimmable power supplies. 0-10V dimming control works by varying the voltage from 0-10 VDC. A 10-volt signal on the dimming wire will allow for maximum current to flow to the LEDs for maximum intensity. A 0.6-volt signal on the dimming wires allows 6% of the current to flow from the power supply dimming the LEDs to approximately 6% of full intensity. 0-10V dimmers can be found here.
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  13. 13
    CCPSD series 25W Constant Current LED Driver - DiodeDrive® - 620mA Accessories

    CCPSD-25W-620

    CCPSD series 25W Constant Current LED Driver - DiodeDrive® - 620mA - 25-41 VDC - IP65 Waterproof - CCPSD-25W-620

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    Input Voltage
    120–277 VAC
    Output Voltage
    25–41 VDC
    Output Rated Current
    620 mA
    Dimmable
    Yes
    Dimming Type
    0-10V
    TRIAC Dimming: Triode for alternating current (TRIAC) dimming is used to control high-voltage dimmable power supplies such as Magnitude Dimmable Power Supplies. These dimmable power supplies work by varying the power on the AC input side of the power supply by means of a TRIAC dimmer. This change in power on the AC input side will vary the voltage on the DC output side and control the intensity of the LEDs. TRIAC dimmers are common hardware store and household dimmers, which include brand names such as Lutron and Leviton.

    Pulse-Width Modulation Dimming: Pulse-width modulation (PWM) dimming can be used to control dimmable power supplies such as Mean Well HLG Series and Mean Well LPF Series. This type of dimming control adjusts the output current based on the duty cycle. As the duty cycle increases, current will increase and the LEDs will be brighter. Conversely, if the duty cycle decreases, the current will decrease and the LEDs will be dimmer. Pulse-width modulation for these drivers is based on a 10V signal level with a frequency between 100Hz~3KHz. The MCBRF-4A or MLD-5A are compatible for this application.

    Resistive Dimming: Resistive dimming can be used to control dimmable power supplies such as Mean Well HLG Series. The resistance can be fixed or variable. If a fixed level of dimming is required, a simple resistor is all that is needed to dim the LEDs to a particular level. If a varying dimmable level is desired, a potentiometer can serve this purpose. By changing the resistance value of the potentiometer, the output current of the power supply changes, and the LED intensity changes. Controlling a single power supply will require a 100K ohm potentiometer for 100% intensity (100K ohm) to approximately 10% intensity (10K ohm) based on where the wiper is positioned.

    1-10V Dimming: 1-10V dimming can be used to control dimmable power supplies such as 12V Mean Well HLG-40~240 Series or 24V Mean Well HLG-40~240 Series. This type of dimming control is an older style for compatible dimmable power supplies and is being replaced with 0-10V dimmer control. 1-10V dimming control works by varying the voltage from 1-10 VDC. A 10-volt signal on the dimming wire will allow for maximum current to flow to the LEDs for maximum intensity. A 1-volt signal on the dimming wire allows 10% of the current to flow from the power supply, which generates approximately 10% of the maximum intensity for the LEDs.

    0-10V Dimming: 0-10V dimming can be used to control dimmable power supplies such as 12V Mean Well HLG-600 Series or 24V Mean Well HLG-600 Series. This type of dimming control is the most popular and newest style for compatible dimmable power supplies. 0-10V dimming control works by varying the voltage from 0-10 VDC. A 10-volt signal on the dimming wire will allow for maximum current to flow to the LEDs for maximum intensity. A 0.6-volt signal on the dimming wires allows 6% of the current to flow from the power supply dimming the LEDs to approximately 6% of full intensity. 0-10V dimmers can be found here.
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  14. 14
    CCPSD series 21W Constant Current LED Driver - DiodeDrive® - 1400mA Accessories

    CCPSD-21W-1400

    CCPSD series 21W Constant Current LED Driver - DiodeDrive® - 1400mA - 9-15 VDC - IP65 Waterproof - CCPSD-21W-1400

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    Input Voltage
    120–277 VAC
    Output Voltage
    9–15 VDC
    Output Rated Current
    1.4 A
    Dimmable
    Yes
    Dimming Type
    0-10V
    TRIAC Dimming: Triode for alternating current (TRIAC) dimming is used to control high-voltage dimmable power supplies such as Magnitude Dimmable Power Supplies. These dimmable power supplies work by varying the power on the AC input side of the power supply by means of a TRIAC dimmer. This change in power on the AC input side will vary the voltage on the DC output side and control the intensity of the LEDs. TRIAC dimmers are common hardware store and household dimmers, which include brand names such as Lutron and Leviton.

    Pulse-Width Modulation Dimming: Pulse-width modulation (PWM) dimming can be used to control dimmable power supplies such as Mean Well HLG Series and Mean Well LPF Series. This type of dimming control adjusts the output current based on the duty cycle. As the duty cycle increases, current will increase and the LEDs will be brighter. Conversely, if the duty cycle decreases, the current will decrease and the LEDs will be dimmer. Pulse-width modulation for these drivers is based on a 10V signal level with a frequency between 100Hz~3KHz. The MCBRF-4A or MLD-5A are compatible for this application.

    Resistive Dimming: Resistive dimming can be used to control dimmable power supplies such as Mean Well HLG Series. The resistance can be fixed or variable. If a fixed level of dimming is required, a simple resistor is all that is needed to dim the LEDs to a particular level. If a varying dimmable level is desired, a potentiometer can serve this purpose. By changing the resistance value of the potentiometer, the output current of the power supply changes, and the LED intensity changes. Controlling a single power supply will require a 100K ohm potentiometer for 100% intensity (100K ohm) to approximately 10% intensity (10K ohm) based on where the wiper is positioned.

    1-10V Dimming: 1-10V dimming can be used to control dimmable power supplies such as 12V Mean Well HLG-40~240 Series or 24V Mean Well HLG-40~240 Series. This type of dimming control is an older style for compatible dimmable power supplies and is being replaced with 0-10V dimmer control. 1-10V dimming control works by varying the voltage from 1-10 VDC. A 10-volt signal on the dimming wire will allow for maximum current to flow to the LEDs for maximum intensity. A 1-volt signal on the dimming wire allows 10% of the current to flow from the power supply, which generates approximately 10% of the maximum intensity for the LEDs.

    0-10V Dimming: 0-10V dimming can be used to control dimmable power supplies such as 12V Mean Well HLG-600 Series or 24V Mean Well HLG-600 Series. This type of dimming control is the most popular and newest style for compatible dimmable power supplies. 0-10V dimming control works by varying the voltage from 0-10 VDC. A 10-volt signal on the dimming wire will allow for maximum current to flow to the LEDs for maximum intensity. A 0.6-volt signal on the dimming wires allows 6% of the current to flow from the power supply dimming the LEDs to approximately 6% of full intensity. 0-10V dimmers can be found here.
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  15. 15
    LED UFO High Bay Emergency Battery Backup - 40W - 100-347 Input - 170 VDC Output Accessories

    EMUFO-40170-YYII

    LED UFO High Bay Emergency Battery Backup - 40W - 100-347 Input - 170 VDC Output

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    Input Voltage
    100-347 VAC
    Output Voltage
    170 VDC
    Output Rated Current
    N/A
    Dimmable
    Yes
    Dimming Type
    0-10V
    TRIAC Dimming: Triode for alternating current (TRIAC) dimming is used to control high-voltage dimmable power supplies such as Magnitude Dimmable Power Supplies. These dimmable power supplies work by varying the power on the AC input side of the power supply by means of a TRIAC dimmer. This change in power on the AC input side will vary the voltage on the DC output side and control the intensity of the LEDs. TRIAC dimmers are common hardware store and household dimmers, which include brand names such as Lutron and Leviton.

    Pulse-Width Modulation Dimming: Pulse-width modulation (PWM) dimming can be used to control dimmable power supplies such as Mean Well HLG Series and Mean Well LPF Series. This type of dimming control adjusts the output current based on the duty cycle. As the duty cycle increases, current will increase and the LEDs will be brighter. Conversely, if the duty cycle decreases, the current will decrease and the LEDs will be dimmer. Pulse-width modulation for these drivers is based on a 10V signal level with a frequency between 100Hz~3KHz. The MCBRF-4A or MLD-5A are compatible for this application.

    Resistive Dimming: Resistive dimming can be used to control dimmable power supplies such as Mean Well HLG Series. The resistance can be fixed or variable. If a fixed level of dimming is required, a simple resistor is all that is needed to dim the LEDs to a particular level. If a varying dimmable level is desired, a potentiometer can serve this purpose. By changing the resistance value of the potentiometer, the output current of the power supply changes, and the LED intensity changes. Controlling a single power supply will require a 100K ohm potentiometer for 100% intensity (100K ohm) to approximately 10% intensity (10K ohm) based on where the wiper is positioned.

    1-10V Dimming: 1-10V dimming can be used to control dimmable power supplies such as 12V Mean Well HLG-40~240 Series or 24V Mean Well HLG-40~240 Series. This type of dimming control is an older style for compatible dimmable power supplies and is being replaced with 0-10V dimmer control. 1-10V dimming control works by varying the voltage from 1-10 VDC. A 10-volt signal on the dimming wire will allow for maximum current to flow to the LEDs for maximum intensity. A 1-volt signal on the dimming wire allows 10% of the current to flow from the power supply, which generates approximately 10% of the maximum intensity for the LEDs.

    0-10V Dimming: 0-10V dimming can be used to control dimmable power supplies such as 12V Mean Well HLG-600 Series or 24V Mean Well HLG-600 Series. This type of dimming control is the most popular and newest style for compatible dimmable power supplies. 0-10V dimming control works by varying the voltage from 0-10 VDC. A 10-volt signal on the dimming wire will allow for maximum current to flow to the LEDs for maximum intensity. A 0.6-volt signal on the dimming wires allows 6% of the current to flow from the power supply dimming the LEDs to approximately 6% of full intensity. 0-10V dimmers can be found here.
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  16. 16
    Emergency Battery Backup and Driver - 20W - 100-277V Input - 20-50 VDC Output

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    Input Voltage
    100-277 VAC
    Output Voltage
    20-50 VDC
    Output Rated Current
    N/A
    Dimmable
    Yes
    Dimming Type
    0-10V
    TRIAC Dimming: Triode for alternating current (TRIAC) dimming is used to control high-voltage dimmable power supplies such as Magnitude Dimmable Power Supplies. These dimmable power supplies work by varying the power on the AC input side of the power supply by means of a TRIAC dimmer. This change in power on the AC input side will vary the voltage on the DC output side and control the intensity of the LEDs. TRIAC dimmers are common hardware store and household dimmers, which include brand names such as Lutron and Leviton.

    Pulse-Width Modulation Dimming: Pulse-width modulation (PWM) dimming can be used to control dimmable power supplies such as Mean Well HLG Series and Mean Well LPF Series. This type of dimming control adjusts the output current based on the duty cycle. As the duty cycle increases, current will increase and the LEDs will be brighter. Conversely, if the duty cycle decreases, the current will decrease and the LEDs will be dimmer. Pulse-width modulation for these drivers is based on a 10V signal level with a frequency between 100Hz~3KHz. The MCBRF-4A or MLD-5A are compatible for this application.

    Resistive Dimming: Resistive dimming can be used to control dimmable power supplies such as Mean Well HLG Series. The resistance can be fixed or variable. If a fixed level of dimming is required, a simple resistor is all that is needed to dim the LEDs to a particular level. If a varying dimmable level is desired, a potentiometer can serve this purpose. By changing the resistance value of the potentiometer, the output current of the power supply changes, and the LED intensity changes. Controlling a single power supply will require a 100K ohm potentiometer for 100% intensity (100K ohm) to approximately 10% intensity (10K ohm) based on where the wiper is positioned.

    1-10V Dimming: 1-10V dimming can be used to control dimmable power supplies such as 12V Mean Well HLG-40~240 Series or 24V Mean Well HLG-40~240 Series. This type of dimming control is an older style for compatible dimmable power supplies and is being replaced with 0-10V dimmer control. 1-10V dimming control works by varying the voltage from 1-10 VDC. A 10-volt signal on the dimming wire will allow for maximum current to flow to the LEDs for maximum intensity. A 1-volt signal on the dimming wire allows 10% of the current to flow from the power supply, which generates approximately 10% of the maximum intensity for the LEDs.

    0-10V Dimming: 0-10V dimming can be used to control dimmable power supplies such as 12V Mean Well HLG-600 Series or 24V Mean Well HLG-600 Series. This type of dimming control is the most popular and newest style for compatible dimmable power supplies. 0-10V dimming control works by varying the voltage from 0-10 VDC. A 10-volt signal on the dimming wire will allow for maximum current to flow to the LEDs for maximum intensity. A 0.6-volt signal on the dimming wires allows 6% of the current to flow from the power supply dimming the LEDs to approximately 6% of full intensity. 0-10V dimmers can be found here.
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  17. 17
    Emergency Battery Backup Inverter - 8W - 100-347V Input - 170 VDC Output

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    Input Voltage
    100-347 VAC
    Output Voltage
    170 VDC
    Output Rated Current
    N/A
    Dimmable
    Yes
    Dimming Type
    0-10V
    TRIAC Dimming: Triode for alternating current (TRIAC) dimming is used to control high-voltage dimmable power supplies such as Magnitude Dimmable Power Supplies. These dimmable power supplies work by varying the power on the AC input side of the power supply by means of a TRIAC dimmer. This change in power on the AC input side will vary the voltage on the DC output side and control the intensity of the LEDs. TRIAC dimmers are common hardware store and household dimmers, which include brand names such as Lutron and Leviton.

    Pulse-Width Modulation Dimming: Pulse-width modulation (PWM) dimming can be used to control dimmable power supplies such as Mean Well HLG Series and Mean Well LPF Series. This type of dimming control adjusts the output current based on the duty cycle. As the duty cycle increases, current will increase and the LEDs will be brighter. Conversely, if the duty cycle decreases, the current will decrease and the LEDs will be dimmer. Pulse-width modulation for these drivers is based on a 10V signal level with a frequency between 100Hz~3KHz. The MCBRF-4A or MLD-5A are compatible for this application.

    Resistive Dimming: Resistive dimming can be used to control dimmable power supplies such as Mean Well HLG Series. The resistance can be fixed or variable. If a fixed level of dimming is required, a simple resistor is all that is needed to dim the LEDs to a particular level. If a varying dimmable level is desired, a potentiometer can serve this purpose. By changing the resistance value of the potentiometer, the output current of the power supply changes, and the LED intensity changes. Controlling a single power supply will require a 100K ohm potentiometer for 100% intensity (100K ohm) to approximately 10% intensity (10K ohm) based on where the wiper is positioned.

    1-10V Dimming: 1-10V dimming can be used to control dimmable power supplies such as 12V Mean Well HLG-40~240 Series or 24V Mean Well HLG-40~240 Series. This type of dimming control is an older style for compatible dimmable power supplies and is being replaced with 0-10V dimmer control. 1-10V dimming control works by varying the voltage from 1-10 VDC. A 10-volt signal on the dimming wire will allow for maximum current to flow to the LEDs for maximum intensity. A 1-volt signal on the dimming wire allows 10% of the current to flow from the power supply, which generates approximately 10% of the maximum intensity for the LEDs.

    0-10V Dimming: 0-10V dimming can be used to control dimmable power supplies such as 12V Mean Well HLG-600 Series or 24V Mean Well HLG-600 Series. This type of dimming control is the most popular and newest style for compatible dimmable power supplies. 0-10V dimming control works by varying the voltage from 0-10 VDC. A 10-volt signal on the dimming wire will allow for maximum current to flow to the LEDs for maximum intensity. A 0.6-volt signal on the dimming wires allows 6% of the current to flow from the power supply dimming the LEDs to approximately 6% of full intensity. 0-10V dimmers can be found here.
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  18. 18
    Emergency Battery Backup Inverter - 25W - 100-347V Input - 170 VDC Output

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    Input Voltage
    100-347 VAC
    Output Voltage
    170 VDC
    Output Rated Current
    N/A
    Dimmable
    Yes
    Dimming Type
    0-10V
    TRIAC Dimming: Triode for alternating current (TRIAC) dimming is used to control high-voltage dimmable power supplies such as Magnitude Dimmable Power Supplies. These dimmable power supplies work by varying the power on the AC input side of the power supply by means of a TRIAC dimmer. This change in power on the AC input side will vary the voltage on the DC output side and control the intensity of the LEDs. TRIAC dimmers are common hardware store and household dimmers, which include brand names such as Lutron and Leviton.

    Pulse-Width Modulation Dimming: Pulse-width modulation (PWM) dimming can be used to control dimmable power supplies such as Mean Well HLG Series and Mean Well LPF Series. This type of dimming control adjusts the output current based on the duty cycle. As the duty cycle increases, current will increase and the LEDs will be brighter. Conversely, if the duty cycle decreases, the current will decrease and the LEDs will be dimmer. Pulse-width modulation for these drivers is based on a 10V signal level with a frequency between 100Hz~3KHz. The MCBRF-4A or MLD-5A are compatible for this application.

    Resistive Dimming: Resistive dimming can be used to control dimmable power supplies such as Mean Well HLG Series. The resistance can be fixed or variable. If a fixed level of dimming is required, a simple resistor is all that is needed to dim the LEDs to a particular level. If a varying dimmable level is desired, a potentiometer can serve this purpose. By changing the resistance value of the potentiometer, the output current of the power supply changes, and the LED intensity changes. Controlling a single power supply will require a 100K ohm potentiometer for 100% intensity (100K ohm) to approximately 10% intensity (10K ohm) based on where the wiper is positioned.

    1-10V Dimming: 1-10V dimming can be used to control dimmable power supplies such as 12V Mean Well HLG-40~240 Series or 24V Mean Well HLG-40~240 Series. This type of dimming control is an older style for compatible dimmable power supplies and is being replaced with 0-10V dimmer control. 1-10V dimming control works by varying the voltage from 1-10 VDC. A 10-volt signal on the dimming wire will allow for maximum current to flow to the LEDs for maximum intensity. A 1-volt signal on the dimming wire allows 10% of the current to flow from the power supply, which generates approximately 10% of the maximum intensity for the LEDs.

    0-10V Dimming: 0-10V dimming can be used to control dimmable power supplies such as 12V Mean Well HLG-600 Series or 24V Mean Well HLG-600 Series. This type of dimming control is the most popular and newest style for compatible dimmable power supplies. 0-10V dimming control works by varying the voltage from 0-10 VDC. A 10-volt signal on the dimming wire will allow for maximum current to flow to the LEDs for maximum intensity. A 0.6-volt signal on the dimming wires allows 6% of the current to flow from the power supply dimming the LEDs to approximately 6% of full intensity. 0-10V dimmers can be found here.
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    5 Years
    5 Years
  19. 19
    Emergency Battery Backup Inverter - 40W - 100-347V Input - 170 VDC Output

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    Input Voltage
    100-347 VAC
    Output Voltage
    170 VDC
    Output Rated Current
    N/A
    Dimmable
    Yes
    Dimming Type
    0-10V
    TRIAC Dimming: Triode for alternating current (TRIAC) dimming is used to control high-voltage dimmable power supplies such as Magnitude Dimmable Power Supplies. These dimmable power supplies work by varying the power on the AC input side of the power supply by means of a TRIAC dimmer. This change in power on the AC input side will vary the voltage on the DC output side and control the intensity of the LEDs. TRIAC dimmers are common hardware store and household dimmers, which include brand names such as Lutron and Leviton.

    Pulse-Width Modulation Dimming: Pulse-width modulation (PWM) dimming can be used to control dimmable power supplies such as Mean Well HLG Series and Mean Well LPF Series. This type of dimming control adjusts the output current based on the duty cycle. As the duty cycle increases, current will increase and the LEDs will be brighter. Conversely, if the duty cycle decreases, the current will decrease and the LEDs will be dimmer. Pulse-width modulation for these drivers is based on a 10V signal level with a frequency between 100Hz~3KHz. The MCBRF-4A or MLD-5A are compatible for this application.

    Resistive Dimming: Resistive dimming can be used to control dimmable power supplies such as Mean Well HLG Series. The resistance can be fixed or variable. If a fixed level of dimming is required, a simple resistor is all that is needed to dim the LEDs to a particular level. If a varying dimmable level is desired, a potentiometer can serve this purpose. By changing the resistance value of the potentiometer, the output current of the power supply changes, and the LED intensity changes. Controlling a single power supply will require a 100K ohm potentiometer for 100% intensity (100K ohm) to approximately 10% intensity (10K ohm) based on where the wiper is positioned.

    1-10V Dimming: 1-10V dimming can be used to control dimmable power supplies such as 12V Mean Well HLG-40~240 Series or 24V Mean Well HLG-40~240 Series. This type of dimming control is an older style for compatible dimmable power supplies and is being replaced with 0-10V dimmer control. 1-10V dimming control works by varying the voltage from 1-10 VDC. A 10-volt signal on the dimming wire will allow for maximum current to flow to the LEDs for maximum intensity. A 1-volt signal on the dimming wire allows 10% of the current to flow from the power supply, which generates approximately 10% of the maximum intensity for the LEDs.

    0-10V Dimming: 0-10V dimming can be used to control dimmable power supplies such as 12V Mean Well HLG-600 Series or 24V Mean Well HLG-600 Series. This type of dimming control is the most popular and newest style for compatible dimmable power supplies. 0-10V dimming control works by varying the voltage from 0-10 VDC. A 10-volt signal on the dimming wire will allow for maximum current to flow to the LEDs for maximum intensity. A 0.6-volt signal on the dimming wires allows 6% of the current to flow from the power supply dimming the LEDs to approximately 6% of full intensity. 0-10V dimmers can be found here.
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    5 Years
    5 Years
  20. 20
    In-Fixture Compact Emergency LED Driver and Battery Pack - 8W - 24-48 VDC Accessories

    BLD-CM20N-480800

    In-Fixture Compact Emergency LED Driver and Battery Pack - 8W - 24-48 VDC

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    Input Voltage
    100-277 VAC
    Output Voltage
    25-48 VDC
    Output Rated Current
    N/A
    Dimmable
    No
    Dimming Type
    N/A
    TRIAC Dimming: Triode for alternating current (TRIAC) dimming is used to control high-voltage dimmable power supplies such as Magnitude Dimmable Power Supplies. These dimmable power supplies work by varying the power on the AC input side of the power supply by means of a TRIAC dimmer. This change in power on the AC input side will vary the voltage on the DC output side and control the intensity of the LEDs. TRIAC dimmers are common hardware store and household dimmers, which include brand names such as Lutron and Leviton.

    Pulse-Width Modulation Dimming: Pulse-width modulation (PWM) dimming can be used to control dimmable power supplies such as Mean Well HLG Series and Mean Well LPF Series. This type of dimming control adjusts the output current based on the duty cycle. As the duty cycle increases, current will increase and the LEDs will be brighter. Conversely, if the duty cycle decreases, the current will decrease and the LEDs will be dimmer. Pulse-width modulation for these drivers is based on a 10V signal level with a frequency between 100Hz~3KHz. The MCBRF-4A or MLD-5A are compatible for this application.

    Resistive Dimming: Resistive dimming can be used to control dimmable power supplies such as Mean Well HLG Series. The resistance can be fixed or variable. If a fixed level of dimming is required, a simple resistor is all that is needed to dim the LEDs to a particular level. If a varying dimmable level is desired, a potentiometer can serve this purpose. By changing the resistance value of the potentiometer, the output current of the power supply changes, and the LED intensity changes. Controlling a single power supply will require a 100K ohm potentiometer for 100% intensity (100K ohm) to approximately 10% intensity (10K ohm) based on where the wiper is positioned.

    1-10V Dimming: 1-10V dimming can be used to control dimmable power supplies such as 12V Mean Well HLG-40~240 Series or 24V Mean Well HLG-40~240 Series. This type of dimming control is an older style for compatible dimmable power supplies and is being replaced with 0-10V dimmer control. 1-10V dimming control works by varying the voltage from 1-10 VDC. A 10-volt signal on the dimming wire will allow for maximum current to flow to the LEDs for maximum intensity. A 1-volt signal on the dimming wire allows 10% of the current to flow from the power supply, which generates approximately 10% of the maximum intensity for the LEDs.

    0-10V Dimming: 0-10V dimming can be used to control dimmable power supplies such as 12V Mean Well HLG-600 Series or 24V Mean Well HLG-600 Series. This type of dimming control is the most popular and newest style for compatible dimmable power supplies. 0-10V dimming control works by varying the voltage from 0-10 VDC. A 10-volt signal on the dimming wire will allow for maximum current to flow to the LEDs for maximum intensity. A 0.6-volt signal on the dimming wires allows 6% of the current to flow from the power supply dimming the LEDs to approximately 6% of full intensity. 0-10V dimmers can be found here.
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    UL Listed
    CE
    CE
    5 Years
    5 Years
  21. 21
    Mean Well LED Switching Power Supply - PCD Series 20-25W AC Dimmable LED Constant Current Driver - A-Type - 1050mA - 16-24 VDC

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    Input Voltage
    100-120 VAC
    Output Voltage
    16-24 VDC
    Output Rated Current
    1.05 A
    Dimmable
    Yes
    Dimming Type
    TRIAC
    TRIAC Dimming: Triode for alternating current (TRIAC) dimming is used to control high-voltage dimmable power supplies such as Magnitude Dimmable Power Supplies. These dimmable power supplies work by varying the power on the AC input side of the power supply by means of a TRIAC dimmer. This change in power on the AC input side will vary the voltage on the DC output side and control the intensity of the LEDs. TRIAC dimmers are common hardware store and household dimmers, which include brand names such as Lutron and Leviton.

    Pulse-Width Modulation Dimming: Pulse-width modulation (PWM) dimming can be used to control dimmable power supplies such as Mean Well HLG Series and Mean Well LPF Series. This type of dimming control adjusts the output current based on the duty cycle. As the duty cycle increases, current will increase and the LEDs will be brighter. Conversely, if the duty cycle decreases, the current will decrease and the LEDs will be dimmer. Pulse-width modulation for these drivers is based on a 10V signal level with a frequency between 100Hz~3KHz. The MCBRF-4A or MLD-5A are compatible for this application.

    Resistive Dimming: Resistive dimming can be used to control dimmable power supplies such as Mean Well HLG Series. The resistance can be fixed or variable. If a fixed level of dimming is required, a simple resistor is all that is needed to dim the LEDs to a particular level. If a varying dimmable level is desired, a potentiometer can serve this purpose. By changing the resistance value of the potentiometer, the output current of the power supply changes, and the LED intensity changes. Controlling a single power supply will require a 100K ohm potentiometer for 100% intensity (100K ohm) to approximately 10% intensity (10K ohm) based on where the wiper is positioned.

    1-10V Dimming: 1-10V dimming can be used to control dimmable power supplies such as 12V Mean Well HLG-40~240 Series or 24V Mean Well HLG-40~240 Series. This type of dimming control is an older style for compatible dimmable power supplies and is being replaced with 0-10V dimmer control. 1-10V dimming control works by varying the voltage from 1-10 VDC. A 10-volt signal on the dimming wire will allow for maximum current to flow to the LEDs for maximum intensity. A 1-volt signal on the dimming wire allows 10% of the current to flow from the power supply, which generates approximately 10% of the maximum intensity for the LEDs.

    0-10V Dimming: 0-10V dimming can be used to control dimmable power supplies such as 12V Mean Well HLG-600 Series or 24V Mean Well HLG-600 Series. This type of dimming control is the most popular and newest style for compatible dimmable power supplies. 0-10V dimming control works by varying the voltage from 0-10 VDC. A 10-volt signal on the dimming wire will allow for maximum current to flow to the LEDs for maximum intensity. A 0.6-volt signal on the dimming wires allows 6% of the current to flow from the power supply dimming the LEDs to approximately 6% of full intensity. 0-10V dimmers can be found here.
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    3 Years
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  22. 22
    Mean Well LED Switching Power Supply - PCD Series 20-25W AC Dimmable LED Constant Current Driver - A-Type - 350mA - 40-58 VDC

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    Input Voltage
    100-120 VAC
    Output Voltage
    40-58 VDC
    Output Rated Current
    350 mA
    Dimmable
    Yes
    Dimming Type
    TRIAC
    TRIAC Dimming: Triode for alternating current (TRIAC) dimming is used to control high-voltage dimmable power supplies such as Magnitude Dimmable Power Supplies. These dimmable power supplies work by varying the power on the AC input side of the power supply by means of a TRIAC dimmer. This change in power on the AC input side will vary the voltage on the DC output side and control the intensity of the LEDs. TRIAC dimmers are common hardware store and household dimmers, which include brand names such as Lutron and Leviton.

    Pulse-Width Modulation Dimming: Pulse-width modulation (PWM) dimming can be used to control dimmable power supplies such as Mean Well HLG Series and Mean Well LPF Series. This type of dimming control adjusts the output current based on the duty cycle. As the duty cycle increases, current will increase and the LEDs will be brighter. Conversely, if the duty cycle decreases, the current will decrease and the LEDs will be dimmer. Pulse-width modulation for these drivers is based on a 10V signal level with a frequency between 100Hz~3KHz. The MCBRF-4A or MLD-5A are compatible for this application.

    Resistive Dimming: Resistive dimming can be used to control dimmable power supplies such as Mean Well HLG Series. The resistance can be fixed or variable. If a fixed level of dimming is required, a simple resistor is all that is needed to dim the LEDs to a particular level. If a varying dimmable level is desired, a potentiometer can serve this purpose. By changing the resistance value of the potentiometer, the output current of the power supply changes, and the LED intensity changes. Controlling a single power supply will require a 100K ohm potentiometer for 100% intensity (100K ohm) to approximately 10% intensity (10K ohm) based on where the wiper is positioned.

    1-10V Dimming: 1-10V dimming can be used to control dimmable power supplies such as 12V Mean Well HLG-40~240 Series or 24V Mean Well HLG-40~240 Series. This type of dimming control is an older style for compatible dimmable power supplies and is being replaced with 0-10V dimmer control. 1-10V dimming control works by varying the voltage from 1-10 VDC. A 10-volt signal on the dimming wire will allow for maximum current to flow to the LEDs for maximum intensity. A 1-volt signal on the dimming wire allows 10% of the current to flow from the power supply, which generates approximately 10% of the maximum intensity for the LEDs.

    0-10V Dimming: 0-10V dimming can be used to control dimmable power supplies such as 12V Mean Well HLG-600 Series or 24V Mean Well HLG-600 Series. This type of dimming control is the most popular and newest style for compatible dimmable power supplies. 0-10V dimming control works by varying the voltage from 0-10 VDC. A 10-volt signal on the dimming wire will allow for maximum current to flow to the LEDs for maximum intensity. A 0.6-volt signal on the dimming wires allows 6% of the current to flow from the power supply dimming the LEDs to approximately 6% of full intensity. 0-10V dimmers can be found here.
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