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Led Driver

  • Jojey Monday, November 19, 2012 10:28 AM Reply
    which led driver to use?
    I want to connect 4 this bulb to the 220 ​​volt.
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  • judyzhong @DX Staff @DX Staff Tuesday, November 20, 2012 3:35 AM Reply
    Hello @Jojey,

    Thanks for your inquiry, this product is for car using, we don't have the power inverter which change 12V to 220V, thanks.

    Thanks for your time and wish you a nice day!
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  • Jojey Tuesday, November 20, 2012 6:21 AM Reply
    maybe then you can specify the characteristics of the device. For example the electric current?
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  • lcname Tuesday, November 20, 2012 12:19 PM Reply
    if I understand your question, the solution is simple

    this lamp is for 12VDC ~ 14VDC = car battery

    4 * 3W = 12W in 12V = 1A total, but 2A AC power adapter are better to handle em all
    you just need tome 220VAC to 12VDC @ 2A power supply and just use 4 of this lamps in parallel

    something with
    Input: AC 100~220V
    Output: DC 12V / 2A

    SKU.56426 or another like that

    if I made it to myself, I use SKU.66678 12V 2A Regulated Switching Power Supply + SKU.94197 bright white
    I got some warm white lamps in DX and don´t like it
    maybe it can handle 5 or 6 lamps in parallel
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  • Jojey Wednesday, November 21, 2012 11:54 AM Reply
    Thank you, I have come to the same conclusions.
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