|Place of Origin:||China|
|Certification:||CE ROHS TUV SGS UL SAA|
|Minimum Order Quantity:||1pc|
|Packaging Details:||5pcs/CTN Master box: 71*71*25cm, N.W: 24KGS, G.W: 25KGS|
|Delivery Time:||5-7working days|
|Payment Terms:||T/T, Western Union|
|Power:||18watt||Size:||240*240*15 (mm) Cut-out Size: 220mm|
|Material:||6063 Aluminium & PMMA (Japan)||Input Voltage:||90-240VAC 50/60Hz|
|Dimming Way:||TRIAC Dimming||Lumenius Flux:||1500-1600LM|
|CRI:||>80||CCT:||WW:3000K NW:4000K CW:6000K|
TRIAC dimmable round panel 18watt, dimmable round panel 18w RF dimming
Cut-out size: 220mm
|100-260V AC 50/60Hz
DIMMABLE DRIVER CE/ROHS
|6063 Aluminium &
Product Features of LED Panel Light:
1. With External power supply, Driver input voltageAC110/220-240V,50/60Hz;
Lighting input voltageDC25-42V,Constant current.
2. PF>0.95, Power Efficiency: >0.85
3. Material: AL+PMMA+PC Diffuser
4. Protection grade IP42; Insulation class II.
5. Ambient temperature:-20°C~45°C, Surface temperature: 42°C~45°C; Relative humidity 10%-80%RH.
6. Energy-saving, Super bright, environmental-friendly, saving 65% energy than the traditional panel lights.
7. Uniform light output, bright and comfortable, alleviating eye fatigue, wide beam angle.
Under the condition of voltage instability, the LED panel light could work properly by using the constant-current LED driver.
TRIAC Dimming LED Light panel
TRIAC, from Triode for Alternating Current, is a genericized tradename for an electronic component that can conduct current in either direction when it is triggered (turned on), and is formally called a bidirectional triode thyristor or bilateral triode thyristor.
TRIACs belong to the thyristor family and are closely related to Silicon-controlled rectifiers (SCR). However, unlike SCRs, which are unidirectional devices (i.e. can conduct current only in one direction), TRIACs are bidirectional and so current can flow through them in either direction. Another difference from SCRs is that TRIACs can be triggered by either a positive or a negative current applied to its gate electrode, whereas SCRs can be triggered only by currents going into the gate.
In order to create a triggering current, a positive or negative voltage has to be applied to the gate with respect to the A1 terminal (otherwise known as MT1).
Once triggered, the device continues to conduct until the current drops below a certain threshold, called the holding current.
The bidirectionality makes TRIAC very convenient switches for AC circuits, also allowing them to control very large power flows with milliampere-scale gate currents. In addition, applying a trigger pulse at a controlled phase angle in an AC cycle allows one to control the percentage of current that flows through the TRIAC to the load (phase control), which is commonly used, for example, in controlling the speed of low-power induction motors, in dimming lamps and in controlling AC heating resistors.
Connection of the TRICA DIMMABLE LED ROUND PANEL.