12vdc 100W IP67 constant voltage DALI LED driver
Constant voltage type
5 years warranty
We can print your logo free on the led driver
OTM-DD100 DALI LED driver 100w constant voltage,12VDC or 24VDC are available.
It is suitable for led light with different voltage.
The input voltage is 100-265Vac. The Power Factor of this DALI driver can be over 0.95 and the efficiency is higher than 86%. The dimming is smooth and deep dimming to 0.1% to 100% without buzzing noise and flickering. This DALI driver is compatible with universal DALI master in the market.
The DALI standard is exactly the same as that of the DALI Alliance. This requires testing with equipment that complies with the DALI Alliance. There are only a few of this equipment in China, and OTTIMA have such test equipment.
The standard of the DALI Alliance One point is to have output short-circuit feedback, but many manufacturers do not do this in order to save costs, however OTTIMA test equipment have such function.
The output of our DALI power supply is PWM output, which means that it can be load-free, and the general output PWM is only a few hundred HZ, but OTTIMA DALI led driver output PWM can reach 4000HZ or even 20000HZ (low output frequency, mobile phone Photo will flash, there are horizontal bars, after reaching 4000HZ, in accordance with international electrical standards, flicker can be waived)
Dimmable constant voltage LED driver, Max output power 360W
100-265VAC input voltage
12VDC or 24VDC constant voltage output
Class 2 power supply
Full isolated IP67 aluminum housing
High power factor PF>0.95
High Efficiency> 86%
Compatible with universal DALI masters
To control constant voltage LED lighting
Smooth and deep dimming range from 0.1% to 100%
Error report function
IP20 and IP67, used for indoor and outdoor lighting applications
DALI led driver output PWM can reach 4000HZ or even 20000HZ (low output frequency, mobile phone Photo will flash, there are horizontal bars, after reaching 4000HZ, in accordance with international electrical standards, flicker can be waived)
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