|HW-12-216512LED||12v 2w 165mA driver for 2w panels|
|HW-12-535012LED||12v 5w 350mA driver for 4w & 5w panels|
|HW-12-1070012LED||12v 10w 700mA driver for 8w panels|
|HW-12-12100012||12v 12w 1000mA driver for 12w panels|
|HW-12-5350120LED||120v-240v 6w 350mA driver for 4w & 5w panels|
|HW-12-10700120LED||120v-240v 10w 700mA driver for 8w panels|
|HW-12-5350277LED||120v-277v 6w 350mA driver for 4w & 5w panels|
|HW-12-20700277LED||277v 20w 700mA driver for 8w panels|
|HW-12-20MVLED||120v-277v driver for multiple panels up to a total of 20w (eg: 2x 8w or 4x 5w)|
|HW-12-60LED||120v Transformer for Focus LED Lamps & Modules (not for direct connect to LED Panel)|
|HW-12-60LED-277||277v Transformer for Focus LED Lamps & Modules (not for direct connect to LED Panel)|
Transformers & Drivers – LED
LED Drivers are current control devices that replace the need for resistors. LED Drivers respond to the changing input voltage while maintaining a constant amount of current (output power) to the LED as its electrical properties change with temperature.
An LED driver is analogous to the ballast in fluorescent lighting. The driver converts alternating current (AC) to direct current (DC) if required. It manages the incoming voltage and current to the voltage and current level requirements of the LED. Electronically, the driver is a small integrated circuit (IC).