How the DC/DC LED driver works and why to choose it
In a LED Lighting project, it is particularly important to choose the most suitable LED Driver power supply depending on the voltage and current: usually, a DC/DC LED driver is connected directly to the LED and controls its brightness through the output current.
Other appreciated advantages of DC/DC LED drivers are ease of handling in LED applications, greater luminous uniformity, more precise control of power dissipation, and the ability to accurately calculate the incidence of failures and malfunctions.
To vary the voltage while maintaining a constant electric current, a DC LED driver can operate with the buck (or step down) conversion, boost (or step up conversion), or in a buck-boost combination.
The Digimax range of DC/DC LED driver power supplies
Digimax offers a wide stock of compact-size DC/DC LED drivers, high efficiency, and safety and reliability certifications. In fact, we are the Italian partner of Meanwell, one of the early market leaders in LED power supply.
Digimax DC/DC LED drivers are suitable for driving both classic 12 to 24V LED lamps in the most common domestic and commercial applications, up to 360-400V LED fixtures for large-scale artistic and architectural lighting systems.
DC/DC LED driver power supplies are available in step-up or step-down versions, PCB or pre-wired, with different DC voltage input ranges and multiple output currents. You can also opt for DC LED drivers with PWM or DALI dimming control.