Product description

The Luxalight voltage driver is performed LED controller/ dimmer for the professional market. The driver has 5 PWM-controlled output channels, each up to 20 Amps. For LED installations operating at voltages between 12 and 48 volts.

For each channel can be set separately PWM dimming value in advance. It is stored in an EEPROM and the stored values ​​are directly employed in turning the voltage driver. This is very useful to control road connecting cables in the LED strip to LED-strip voltage installations, especially if the voltage between the wires is different as a result of length of the LED strips and cables that go there. By offsetting it in the PWM value, the LED-strips can still be adjusted equally fierce.

To set the PWM value of each channel is a PC/ laptop with a terminal program and a USB cable flat USB plug to square USB B connector. For setting up the PWM values can be made use of both a terminal program as well as a computer program with a graphical interface.
LuxaLight can adjust on the location LED-strip lighting for you.

Customisation options

The LuxaLight Voltage Driver provides the proprietary software options for customer-specific applications, such as connecting a light sensor.

The Voltage Driver hardware offers this possibility, but an additional light sensor has to be made and also there should be an extension made in the software. Customization options are included in the offer.


Technical specifications

Operating temperature
-20 ~ +50 °
IP class
IP 20
5 years
RoHS 2002/95/EC Compliant
DIN rail
Input Voltage
12-48 V
Number of channels
Output current per channel
20.00 A
DIN rail behuizing, 159mm breed, 90mm hoog, 58mm diep
Working voltage

Voltage Driver LuxaLight 5 channel 20 Amp for voltage drop compensation

€ 487,56
per piece
excluding VAT
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Pro's and Cons

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