aspectLED offers a full line of constant voltage LED power supplies (drivers). A high quality constant voltage power supply results in your LED lights using less energy, shining brighter, and lasting longer. That’s why aspectLED offers the highest quality LED power supplies. Our power supplies can be used with a wide variety of in-line LED dimmers. All of our power supplies are energy efficient and eco-friendly.
Our power supplies feature flexible input voltage and can be ordered in 12VDC or 24VDC outputs. Wattage displayed is the Maximum Wattage. These power supplies are rated to run at 80% continuous wattage.
To accommodate a wide variety of installation methods and applications, some power supplies are manufactured with more than one output wire lead. These are not necessarily required for every application. If your installation only requires one of the output wire leads, please separately cap the unwanted leads using wire nuts and/or electrical tape (take care to make sure the positive and negative wires do not touch each other! This will cause an electrical short and damage your power supply). Each output lead is pulling from the same source, for example a 300 Watt supply with two leads can still only give a total of 300 Watts whether you use one or both output leads. If you have any questions during your installation, please feel free to contact our electrician’s helpdesk at 888-503-1317 option 3 or via e-mail at email@example.com.
|Non-Dimmable Power Supply Wattage||Maximum Continuous Wattage||Voltage||SKU||Dimensions|
Tools You'll Need
- Wire stripper
- Screw driver
- Drill (optional)
Before You Begin
We know how boring it can be to read instructions, so we’ll keep this installation guide as short and sweet as possible. Before you begin with your installation, be sure to fully read these instructions. They contain many useful tips and pointers that will help to ensure a perfect installation, save you time, and ensure your safety.
It is important that you install this product (and all other electrical products) in accordance with the National Electric Code (NEC) and all applicable local building and electrical codes for your area. If you are unfamiliar with the NEC, your local building/electrical codes, and/or the proper installation methods for electrical devices, you should hire a qualified and licensed electrician to do the work for you.
Before doing any electrical work, always disconnect power at the fuse or circuit breaker
|Input Voltage||See driver label|
|Output Voltage||See driver label|
|Ambient temperature||-40°F~140°F (-40°C~60°C)|
|Maximum load||Refer to derating curve|