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.

DMX512
The user can individually adjust the brightness of each channel using a DMX512 signal. If RGB strips are also used in the installation, color effects can also be set. With color temperature strips, the ratio between warm white and cool white (the color temperature) can be adjusted. The desired DMX address on the voltage driver can be set with DIP switches. A DMX terminator can also be switched on on the board.

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

General
 
Brand
LuxaLight
DIN rail
Yes
Weight
150 gram
Size
159 x 90 x 58 mm
Electronics
 
Input voltage min
12.00 V
Input voltage max
48.00 V
Output current per channel
20.00 A
Output current per channel max
20.00 A
Triggers
DMX512
Control
 
Number of channels
5
Number of channels
5
Interface type
Analog/ PWM
Output protocol
DMX512
Environmental
 
Operating temperature min
-20.00 °C
Operating temperature max
40.00 °C
IP class
IP 20
Directives / warranty
 
Warranty
5 jaar
Directives
RoHS 2002/95/EC Compliant
EMC 2004/108/EC Compliant
CE Marking

Voltage Driver LuxaLight 5 channel 20 Amp with DMX512 control

LEDVD5CH20A-V3
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Pro's and Cons

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