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  • posted bymikayeo on 03/17/2014

    Cheap and reliable. Good substitute driver for ALL 3-LED Light bulbs (3W) which will fit easily into these fittings namely - E27, MR16, G5.3, etc. and with some soldering knowledge. Color coding a little ambiguous. 2 whites for AC inputs, DC output was one white and the other a light grey which could have been mistaken for white. So I looked on PCB ... Read more

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  • posted byevgenic on 05/17/2013

    Plugging to this driver the 3W Osram LED (SKU194296). With this driver - good brightness LEDs, although it is not the limit, because the LED's operating voltage of 3.9 V and operating current of 750 mA. The driver outputs a voltage 3.65 V and current 630mA. Thus the total power is obtained understated ... But I tried to connect the LED Cree Q3.Operating ... Read more

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  • posted byrovertos on 03/10/2013

    Hooked up and everything works. No problem! Great for power 3-watt LED CREE. It would be nice little longer (2-3 inches longer than the wire). It would be easier to solder, you can always cut off the excess. I'm not the first to manufacture such lights. A broken lamp will get second, Small enough driver, conveniently located in buildings of old lamps ... Read more

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  • posted byfortified on 02/10/2013

    Easy device for wiring up various LED displays and powering it off AC. Enough juice for the powerful CREE lamps. Very low price. None, really. These can be very useful for experimenters, hobbyists, and DIYers looking for projects to do. I am using mine with 2 CREE LED lights to replace the range hood lamps provided by our above counter microwave oven.... Read more

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  • posted byvictordv on 04/16/2012

    Very useful for people who need small led driver, because it is small, works well only with device who is drowning ~650 +-50 mA. I use it for led checking, and presenting to other people, for me is OK. But I am sceptical when it is installed, how long will it work, because it is heating. It is heating, when working. I got few, and they are different,... Read more

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  • posted byCirvis on 05/27/2011

    0.66A. Tiny, fits everywhere. 0.66A. Tiny. Bigger drivers must be more efficient. Does not have any interference filtering elements. Not very efficient ( a one-LED driver can't be): 63% with one red LED 67% one white LED 73% two red LEDs 75% white+red With one white LED this is a 2W driver. The best use I can think of is two reds (with white+red works ... Read more

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  • posted byRusdy on 05/17/2011

    - Very compact, can fit in SKU13741 - Does not overheat - It's been working for more than a year without trouble (I bought this at the end of 2009) - Slightly lower current than specified (less than 10% though, so it's acceptable), i.e. from my 3 batches, it ranges between 610 to 630mA - Interference detected on my analogue TV set on a particular channel ... Read more

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  • posted byandyka on 11/30/2010

    -Works silently -All drivers comes in work condition -Current is almost in 620-660 mA range with 3W LED -small enough for installing in GU10 or other DIY -normal build quality -First of one it gives 3W only for LEDs with almost 5V opening, but at now it's only 3 to 3.5V working voltage, so it gives a little bit more than 2W. It's disappointing a little.... Read more

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  • posted byamelyman on 11/15/2010

    -Little, fits GU10 without troubles. -Really high efficiency, does not overheat. -Siliconized wires (does not shortcut if too hot) Owh, one more: this PSU has big ceramic capacitor at LED side, It gives more smooth power to LED. -Low assembly quality. (SMD elements placed not accurate, two of PSU had Crack in a ration. (You can resolder and all will ... Read more

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  • posted bylyonn on 07/07/2010

    - Very small and well built - Capable of providing 3 Watts output power to a power LED from 220VAC mains power input - Does not heat up with continuous use - Easy to use... just 4 wires to connect - Silent operation - Price could be lower I am building 220VAC mains powered LED lamps to replace my existing CFLs. I tested this driver with an XRE Q5 and ... Read more

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