OTTIMA OTM-TD20 Constant Current LED Driver 750mA 16-24V 18W


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Product Description 

Product Constant Current LED Driver
Model OTM-TD20
Input Voltage 90-130V AC
Input Current 0.24A
Input Frequency 48-62Hz
Power Factor PF>0.95
Efficiency >85%
Output Regulated Current 750mA
Output Power 18W
Output Voltage 16-24V DC
Dimmable Yes (Triac Dimming)
Ambient Temperature (Ta) 40°C
Case Temperature (Tc) 90°C
IP Rating IP20 (Indoor use only)
Dimensions 94 x 36 x 18.5 mm (3.7 x 1.42 x 0.72 in)
Class Certification Class II



The OTTIMA OTM-TD20 is a constant current LED driver designed for powering LED lights with a regulated output current of 750mA and a maximum output power of 18W. It has an input voltage range of 90-130V AC with an input current of 0.24A and input frequency of 48-62Hz, making it compatible with standard electrical systems.

This LED driver has a power factor greater than 0.95, indicating that it is highly efficient in converting electrical power into LED light output. It also has an efficiency rating of over 85%, meaning that it minimizes power loss during the conversion process.

The output voltage of the OTM-TD20 is between 16-24V DC, allowing it to power a wide range of LED lights within that voltage range. It is also dimmable using Triac Dimming, allowing for adjustable lighting intensity.

The driver is designed for indoor use only, with an IP20 rating for protection against solid objects greater than 12.5mm in diameter. It can operate in ambient temperatures of up to 40°C and has a maximum case temperature of 90°C.

The OTM-TD20 has dimensions of 94 x 36 x 18.5 mm (3.7 x 1.42 x 0.72 in) and is classified as Class II, indicating that it has double insulation for added safety.
Note: Never use constant voltage driver instead of constant current driver, even if Voltage and mA are equal. 

How to Install OTTIMA OTM-TD20 Dimming Constant Current LED Driver?

  1. Ensure that the power is turned off.
  2. Verify the output current of both the light and the driver.
  3. Remove the caps on both sides and loosen the screws on the green terminals.
  4. Attach the AC wires to the terminals labeled Line (L) and Neutral (N).
  5. Connect the positive wire of the light to V+ and the negative wire to V-.

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