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 2750mA. 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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Super Bright LEDs, Inc. offers a 5-year warranty to protect against manufacturer defects and malfunctions. If you experience failure of an LED or other component not caused by negligence, abuse, unauthorized repair or disassembly, we will replace the product within the warranty period. In the case the exact product is no longer available, a gift card for the value of the original purchase price will be provided. Super Bright LEDs administers all warranty claims in-house. Read More

Class 2

Class 2 power supplies must meet the National Electric Code (NEC) and Underwriters Laboratories (UL 1310) standards for wiring requirements and power limitations of AC/DC power supplies to minimize shock or fire risks. All Class 2 power supplies must meet the NEC overcurrent protection and wiring sizing regulations. They must be constructed with ‘In-Wall’ rated wiring for permanent installation inside walls or floors, where they may be surrounded by insulation. These wiring requirements help prevent cracking or melting of the wire, which could cause a fire hazard. These power supplies must have a maximum power capacity of 100 VA and cannot exceed a 30 VAC or 60 VDC output, minimizing the risk of electric shock or overheating from excessive currents.

Products with a Federal Communications Commission (FCC) label meet all requirements and rules set forth by the FCC and won't cause interference with other electronic devices. According to FCC's website, "The Federal Communications Commission regulates interstate and international communications by radio, television, wire, satellite and cable in all 50 states, the District of Columbia and U.S. territories." Products that generate radio frequency (RF) energy, such as RF remote controls and certain LED light bulbs, are tested to ensure that they are within the FCC's guidelines and limits and do not cause harmful interference.
Underwriters Laboratories (UL) LLC is an independent testing agency that works to verify product safety and quality. A UL-Recognized label ensures that a product component, such as a power supply or LED light strip, has been tested and verified as safe to use in a UL-Listed product. UL-Listed product samples are tested by UL and meet their Standards for Safety requirements.