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LED Drivers Power Indoor Lamps

GlacialPower announces two GlacialPower LED drivers for constant voltage (CV) and constant current (CC) LED lights - GP-RS45P and GP-RS60P - available in several options ranging from 12 VDC to 57 VDC. The drivers are also available with a 3 in 1 dimming (1-10V/PWM/Resistor) function.

Both of the drivers are ideal for any indoor LED lighting solutions, as the IP67 approved plastic housing protects the drivers from possible dust or water damage such as rusting. Further, the double insulated wiring design ensures that if the wire is externally pulled, the strain relief bushing to the circuit board will not be exposed, preventing possible electricity leakages.

The GP-RS45P and GP-RS60P LED drivers offer a range of different options for indoor LED lighting needs. The output voltage of the two LED lights range from 12 VDC to 57 VDC. The GP-RS45P LED drivers deliver up to 48 W and the GP-RS60P LED drivers up to 60 W of power to the LED. For LED driver producers - safety standard certification UL8750 Class 2/II has been applied for and currently under review, however these drivers specifications fully satisfy the criteria of UL1598 fixture safety standard. These specifications combined with cost-effective pricing and durable plastic housing makes these drivers excellent options for practically any constant voltage and constant current LED indoor lighting needs.

The drivers have a power conversion efficiency rate of up to 89%, which makes them highly energy efficient. Furthermore, true to the reputation of GlacialPower, the two new LED drivers are highly secure. In addition to the IP67 approved plastic housing the drivers have three different protections: Over Voltage Protection (OVP), Short-Circuit Protection (SCP) and Over-Temperature Protection (OTP).


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