Electronic LED Drivers
Protect LED devices from voltage surges and deliver a continuous stream of current with an LED driver. An LED circuit driver works as a buffer to regulate voltage that could cause thermal runaway spikes when temperatures fluctuate. Commonly used with lamps and LED lighting devices, there are two main categories of drivers. The DC input power for low voltages is generally considered to be between 5-36 VDC and the AC input power for high voltages is around 90-277 VAC. While drivers are made for an LED power supply, electronic ballasts are used to modify currents in fluorescent bulbs. Dimming ballasts use capacitors for a smooth operation, and our HID ballasts are for use with high intensity discharge lamps.