|What’s the type of power supply do you have?
|We focus on constant voltage & current LED drivers
|What is the difference between a constant voltage and constant current driver
|A constant voltage driver regulates a specified output voltage. Designs using constant voltage supplies will need to regulate the current in their system. This can be advantageous in applications where the total number of LEDs for an installation is unknown or where added control is desired. A constant current driver regulates a specified output current. Designs using constant current are able to easily connect the driver’s output directly to LEDs without added regulation. This is possible because LEDs respond directly to the current driven through them.
|What is the warranty?
|It is five years warranty for our high ending series products
|Do you have MOQ requirement?
|Our MOQ is 100pcs, but we also accept your trial order/small order. Welcome！
|What is LED?
|LEDs are light-emitting diodes, or electronic components that produce light by converting electrical energy directly to light by the movement of electrons within the material of the diode. Because LEDs are highly efficient, they are beginning to replace most conventional light sources
|What are PF and PFC and why are then?
Power Factor (abbreviated PF) is the ratio of real power to apparent
power in an AC power system and is expressed as a number between 0 and
1Real power is the actual power drawn by the load whereas apparent power
is the product of the load curent and oad voltage. Since the voltage
andcurrent may be out of phase this product may be significantly greater
than the real power.n order to maintain a gh power actor switch mode
power sups( dng LED must m some om of power actor coection
This is an
important issue because a load with a low power factor draws more
current than a load with a high power factor for the same amount ofreal
power transfered. Low power actor therefore results in greater power
sses in the utility ines. There are a number of standards now in
effectrequiring certain levels of power factor correction in switch mode
power supplies and/or LED drivers.