OTM-TD252500-280 Constant Current LED Driver, 280mA 24-48V 12W Dimmable

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Product Description 

Product Constant Current LED Driver
Model OTM-TD252500-280
Input Voltage 90-130V AC
Input Current 0.9A
Input Frequency 50-60Hz
Power Factor PF>0.95
Efficiency >85%
Output Regulated Current 280mA
Output Power 12W
Output Voltage 24-48V DC
Dimmable Yes (Triac Dimming)
Ambient Temperature (Ta) 40°C
Case Temperature (Tc) 90°C
IP Rating IP20 (Dry and Damp Locations)
Dimensions 88mm x 38mm x 20.75mm(3.45in x 1.5in x 0.8in)
Class Certification Class 2
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The OTM-TD252500-280 Constant Current LED Driver is a product designed to provide a regulated current of 280mA and an output power of 12W for LED lighting applications. The input voltage range is between 90-130V AC and the input current is 0.9A with a power factor greater than 0.95 and efficiency above 85%. The output voltage range is between 24-48V DC, and the driver is dimmable with triac dimming.

The driver has an ambient temperature rating of 40°C and a case temperature rating of 90°C, and is suitable for use in dry and damp locations with an IP20 rating. It has dimensions of 88mm x 38mm x 20.75mm (3.45in x 1.5in x 0.8in) and is certified as Class 2.

Features:

  • Designed for LED lighting applications
  • Provides regulated current of 280mA and output power of 12W
  • Input voltage range: 90-130V AC, input current: 0.9A
  • Power factor > 0.95, efficiency > 85%
  • Output voltage range: 24-48V DC
  • Dimmable with triac dimming
  • Ambient temperature rating: 40°C, case temperature rating: 90°C
  • Suitable for use in dry and damp locations with IP20 rating
  • Dimensions: 88mm x 38mm x 20.75mm (3.45in x 1.5in x 0.8in)
  • Certified as Class 2 product

How to Install OTM-TD252500-280 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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