MEAN WELL introduces the LDD-L and LDD-H series of encapsulated module type DC-DC Buck converters for LED driving. With constant current mode output, LDD-L features a 9~36VDC input and 2~32VDC output while LDD-H possesses an even wider range of 9~56VDC input and 2~52VDC output. The LDD series is designed to be mounted on the system PCB of a lighting fixture. Their typical deployment is to connect to the output of CV (constant voltage) mode AC/DC LED power supplies providing a constant current to drive LEDs. For example, a typical LEDRead More
MEAN WELL introduced the new generation of 210W and 350W single output enclosed type power supply ~ SE-200 and SE-350, to replace their existing models S-210(210W) and S-320(320W). With improved performance and a lower cost, SE-200/350 targets regions (like North America and Asia) where RoHS compliance and price are main concerns. To make the replacement easier for existing users, the new series are designed to offer the same features and dimensions as the old models. For instance, SE-200 has the same bottom case as S-210 (only adding more venting holesRead More
HLG-80H Series Now Available Mean Well introduces an 80W, lower power model~HLG-80H series, to fulfill the middle to low wattage applications. Featuring 90~305VAC wide range AC input, the HLG-80H series can be operated under 277VAC input in North America. Built-in active PFC function, HLG-80H complies with harmonic current limitation per EN61000-3-2 Class C (>60% load). They also fulfill PF>0.9 if loading over 60% and possess 4KV surge immunity (EN61000-4-5) which complies with the requirements of street lighting. With up-to date high efficiency topology, HLG-80H possesses up to 91% efficiency, so it canRead More
Mean Well 80W Now available Mean Well has launched a new generation of 80W LED power supplies ~HLN-80H and HLP-80H series. Featuring an insulated plastic enclosure, HLN-80H series can reach IP64 waterproof/ dustproof level by its mechanical design. With casing removed and miniature PCB design, HLP-80H series also has significant cost-saving on the mechanical parts. Therefore, these two series are very good solutions for LED lighting fixtures with economical concerns. Compared with the existing PLN-60 and PLP-60 series, these two new models increase efficiency by 1~4% and extend its warranty from 2 yearsRead More
Mean Well has announced their latest addition to their already expansive LED AC/DC Power Supplies. The LPF Series is now available! This power supply has a total power of 40W~60W and VAC input of 90~305. A single output power supply which supports the following VDC Output: 12, 15, 20, 24, 30, 36, 42, 48, and 54. This supply is fully isolated in a plastic case with IP67 level. Check out the entire selection of the LPF-40, LPF-40D, LPF-60, and LPF-60D. Want to see the datasheet to see if this productRead More
Push Pin Heatsinks Pin Fin Heatsinks The CS946 series offers a broad range of standard black anodized aluminum pin fin heatsinks. The Push pin attachment provides enhanced reliability where vibration is a concern. The CS867 series offers a versatile and broad range of standard black anodized aluminum pin fin heatsinks. Easy tape attachment eliminates the need for mounting holes in the PC board. Features and Benefits: Features and Benefits: Spring load maintains even pressure onto the chip High efficiency pin fin for low pressure drop Tow finRead More
Minmax MKW40 Series provides up to 40 watts in 2x1" package, 6 output options, wide input range and very high efficiencies! Minmax is the leader in low cost, fast delivery and high quality DC/DC converters and AC/DC modules.Read More
CDI is pleased to welcome Pulse Engineering into its Power Design lineup.
Pulse is a worldwide leader in electronic component and subassembly design and manufacturing. CDI will carry it's full line of products.
Energy harvesting applications are finding their way into many remote monitoring applications where utility power is not available. New developments in ultralow power microcontrollers with their high level of integration are enabling monitoring systems which draw sub milliwatts of power. Various energy sources that were not useful as power sources for electronic sensors can now be used.Read More