Product description

The LuxaLight voltage driver is a LED controller/dimmer for the professional market. The driver has 5 PWM controlled output channels, each of which can be loaded up to 20 Amps. Suitable for LED installations operating on voltages between 12 and 48 Volt.

Real time clock
The user can program the real time clock himself via a PC/laptop with USB cable, using a terminal program or a PC program with a graphical interface. With the real time clock, the brightness of the five voltage channels can be set at set times, or channels can be switched on or off. This can be used for lighting buildings and home automation where lighting is controlled inside or outside buildings and/or a site. The lighting can not only be switched on and off per channel, but also dimmed.

Customization options
Because it has its own software, the LuxaLight voltage driver offers the possibility for customer-specific adjustments, such as connecting a light sensor. The hardware of the voltage driver also offers this possibility, but for this expansion an extra light sensor must be made. An extension must also be made in the software. LuxaLight can include custom options with a quotation request in the quotation. LuxaLight can even adjust the LED strip light installation on location for you.

 

Technical specifications

Operating temperature
-20 ~ +50 °
IP class
IP 20
Touch
No
Warranty
5 years
Directives
RoHS 2002/95/EC Compliant
Brand
LuxaLight
DIN rail
Yes
Input Voltage
12-48 V
Number of channels
5
Output current per channel
20.00 A
Protocol
Size
DIN rail behuizing, 159mm breed, 90mm hoog, 58mm diep
Working voltage
48

Voltage Driver LuxaLight 5 channel 20 Amp with Real Time Clock

LEDVD5CH20A-V4
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  • Horticulture
  • Architecture
  • Medical sector
  • Automotive sector
  • Industry, construction industry and machine building
  • Recreation and entertainment industry
  • Infrastructure and signaling

Pro's and Cons

Custom embedded software possible
Adequate EMC design that enables correct and interference-free operation