COOLWEST 24W 12V Power Supply Driver Transformer ...

Product Details: Material: Hard Plastic Input Voltage: 100-240 Volts AC Output Power: 24W Output Current: 2A Output Voltage: 12V DC Input Voltage: 100-240 Volts AC Operating Frequency: 50/60Hz Working efficiency: > 85% Operating Temperatures: – 40 ~ + 55℃ Dimensions: 3.74*1.73*0.94 (L*W*H) Certification: CE, CB , FCC, ROHS • For indoor use only • Easy

Product Details:
Material: Hard Plastic
Input Voltage: 100-240 Volts AC
Output : 24W
Output Current: 2A
Output Voltage: 12V DC
Input Voltage: 100-240 Volts AC
Operating Frequency: 50/60Hz
Working efficiency: > 85%
Operating Temperatures: – 40 ~ + 55℃
Dimensions: 3.74*1.73*0.94 (L*W*H)
Certification: CE, CB , FCC, ROHS

• For indoor use only
• Easy to install and use
• Suitable for LED lighting and moving sign applications
• with circuit protection function, short circuit, overcurrent, overvoltage.

18-Month Warranty for Quality-Related Issues
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Package Included:
1 * 24W LED Driver

Product Features

  • Class 2 Power , 24W 100-240 input voltage, DC 12V output voltage, 2000mA.
  • Built-in intelligent chipset, the electronic circuit board with overpressure, overcurrent, overload and short circuit protection.
  • Easy to install and wiring. Low-power design, Static power consumption, Low calorific value.
  • Ultra-small size: 3.74 x 1.73 x 0.94in (L*W*H); Easy to use, wiring and convenient to take.
  • Constant voltage LED driver transformer for MR11, , GU10, G4, DC12V LED & other lighting fixtures.
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Comments

Anonymous says:

What a transformation. Three LED downlighters in my bathroom, rated at 6 watts. Total 18 watts. All run off ONE transformer. Not like the previous incandescent lamps, which needed one transformer each. I have used two of these transformers in my kitchen, since there are 4 LED lamps. That would have made 24 watts. I don’t believe in running something, at or close to it’s limits.

Anonymous says:

Read before you buy! Fairly alarming! Screw terminals are a bit small, struggled to get one piece of 1.5mm flex in to the terminal, currently running 3.5 meters of led strip, produces a noticeable hum when you get close to it, and after taking a temperature reading, it runs at 75 degrees centigrade which to me is a concerning normal running temp. All I can say is I hope it has a thermal cut off or this thing stands a chance of setting on fire… Worrying!

Anonymous says:

or trying to use it with thick T&E cable you’ll be fine. I have about 20W of LED strip on … Screw terminals are a bit cramped, but so long as you’re not expecting to ‘daisychain’ this with any other lighting, or trying to use it with thick T&E cable you’ll be fine.I have about 20W of LED strip on mine. There are a few odd behaviours – when you turn it off the strip seems to glow a tiny bit for a couple of minutes. I also had a problem turning it on one day (but an off/on cycle seemed to fix it). For the most part though, it’s helping me find my way around the garage far…

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