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LED Power Supplies

The Units Allow Different Configurations

LED power supplies allow you multiple ways of connecting them to LEDs. The most common ways include: series, matrix, parallel and independent strings. Each configuration has its pros and cons and all you need to do is to research and find the right configuration for your setting.

The Units Come Have Many Benefits

There are many benefits that come with installing LED power supplies in your home or place or work. LEDs are designed to operate on low voltage, direct current electricity; however, most applications work on high voltage, alternating current.

An LED power supply converts high voltage, alternating current to low voltage, direct current.

The unit also protects the LEDs from voltage or current fluctuations. This aids in ensuring that your LEDs have a long life.

The Units Need To Be Well Maintained

Just like anything else in life, you have to take good care of your unit for it to last for a long time. One of the things that you need to do is potting. Potting the unit aids in enhancing the ingress protection (IP) rating.

Potting also provides a waterproof barrier that ensures that water doesn’t get access to the components inside the unit.

Experts have also been able to show that potting also aids in reducing the thermal stress on the unit thus increasing reliability and lifespan.