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  • posted byevgerven on 06/26/2015

    I used this driver to fix an expensive 12V LED bulb where the original driver broke down. Good Chines standard part. It fitted seamless!

    Impression:Sparepart for defect LED light;

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  • posted bysluggrits on 04/27/2015

    Comes in very handy for testing out individual LEDs.


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  • posted bylupoalba on 07/01/2014

    Piccolissimi, facili da inserire un po ovunque sia necessario un driver per led, efficienti, scaldano poco, funzionano bene regolando la corrente di polarizzazione con una piccola tolleranza, nativamente sono per la tensione alternate, ma possono usare anche la continua e sono facilissimi da per... Read more

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  • posted bybls123 on 08/09/2013

    Small, lightweight and easy to modify for just about any use. Has very good current regulation that only varies 5-10ma at most over the total operating range. The units single resistor that sets the current level is easy to change. Input has a bridge rectifier so polarity independent and can be a... Read more

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  • posted byMotoX3style on 07/26/2013

    Excellent little driver, especially for the price! Can drive multiple LEDs in series so long as input voltage is higher than the output voltage. I am successfully running 4 x 1watt LEDs in series off a 4 cell lithium polymer battery. Diode bridge prevents wrong input polarity. Only 25v capacitor.... Read more

    Removed power legs and diode bridge for DC only 4x 1w LEDs in series per driver (each wing)

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  • posted byfunebre on 03/20/2013

    Small, light, perfect for small led-lighting projects. Is polarity indipendent. Short wires, had to solder new ones. Also, the big nail-like power connectors are a pain in the ass, had to desoder and solder simple wires As many have already said, be careful with voltages, DX descrtiption is still... Read more

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  • posted bywirewrap on 01/27/2013

    Useful building block for driving LEDs from low voltage DC or AC. Based on well known PT4115 chip, the data sheet for PT4115 is available on the net. The board can be easily modified, series resistor changed for other output currents, there is a PWM input on the chip that can be used for dimming.... Read more

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  • posted byrobertpbaxter on 12/10/2012

    Really easy to remove and jumper the AC bridge diodes and solder to the dim pin. Only 2 out of 3 worked as they should have. One of them just pushed all the current on the input side to the output side. Fortunately I was using a current-limited supply and didn't fry my LEDs. Even though 1 of the... Read more

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  • posted bymeq123 on 08/25/2012

    Great for driving 1watt LEDs in series. Can drive up to 4-5 Red LEDs in an automobile application (or 3-4 White LEDs) None really. Needed to remove the "MR16" posts, but no biggie. May provide FM radio interference, but see workaround below. I'm using this in an automotive brake light I... Read more

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  • posted byonesky on 06/09/2012

    easy to mod to use with arduino. The 4 diods are not needed when used with batteries; in that way it works also at lower voltages ( i use it at 7,2v but i am sure it works fine til 6v as datasheet). Just connect anode and cathode to the capacitor, the dim pin to the Arduino pwm pin (with 1 kohm a... Read more

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