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162D76 T1M1UNV150P100C UNSPSC # 0

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WorkHorse, LED Driver, Intended LED Usage Fixture Array, 120 to 277V AC Input Voltage

  • Item # 162D76
  • Mfr. Model # T1M1UNV150P100C
  • UNSPSC # 0
  • Catalog Page # N/A
Country of Origin China. Country of Origin is subject to change.

Programmable LED drivers are commonly used to replace drivers in LED fixtures when OEM drivers for the fixtures are not available. Also known as tunable LED drivers, these drivers can be programmed to provide a specific voltage and current output that meets the power requirements of particular fixtures. Operators enter the desired specifications into a compatible programming device and then plug the device into the driver to upload the specifications to the driver. Once the driver is programmed to the desired specs, it can be installed in the fixture.

Technical Specs

  • Item LED Driver
  • Intended LED Usage Fixture Array
  • Brand and Series WorkHorse
  • Input Voltage 120 to 277V AC
  • Output Voltage 50 to 150V DC
  • Input Current 0.95AAC
  • Output Current 500 to 1500mA
  • Input Power 115W
  • Power Output 100W
  • Length 6 in
  • Width 3 9/16 in
  • Height 1 1/4 in
  • Case Form Factor Compact
  • Profile Standard Profile
  • Driver Class Class 1
  • Driver Mounting Location Universal
  • Dimming Yes
  • Dimming Method 0-10V
  • Dimming Range 100%/10%/0%
  • Dimming Type Step Dimming
  • Ambient Temp. Range -40 Degrees to 140 Degrees F
  • Max. Case Temp. 194 Degrees F
  • Power Factor Greater Than 0.9
  • Ouput Constant Constant Current
  • Output Technology Programmable
  • Total Harmonic Distortion Less than 20%
  • Environmental Rating Damp Location, Dry Location
  • Standards UL Listed
  • For Use With LED Lighting

Programmable LED drivers are commonly used to replace drivers in LED fixtures when OEM drivers for the fixtures are not available. Also known as tunable LED drivers, these drivers can be programmed to provide a specific voltage and current output that meets the power requirements of particular fixtures. Operators enter the desired specifications into a compatible programming device and then plug the device into the driver to upload the specifications to the driver. Once the driver is programmed to the desired specs, it can be installed in the fixture.

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