The principle of operation is the reproduction of the PWM control signal connected to the input of the system at the output of the amplifier. The energy to power the next lighting segment is drawn from the power supply connected to the amplifier. Galvanic isolation between the input and output of the amplifier allows for unlimited expansion of the lighting chain, without the risk of problems with power supply from different phases or long ground loops.
LED-AMP-1D records the PWM signal that powers the previous lighting segment and plays it on the output with the full power of the connected power supply. The level of the input signal is indicated by a yellow LED on the controller casing. The amplifier is equipped with thermal protection that prevents exceeding the temperature within the enclosure if the connected load is too high. In this case, the lighting will be disconnected until the temperature of the device drops to a safe level. Exceeding the temperature is additionally indicated by a red LED located on the casing of the controller.
The amplifier is not designed to be powered by AC voltage.
Use a power supply with current efficiency adapted to the connected light sources
|Power supply voltage||9├Ě30 V DC|
|Thermal protection threshold||65┬░C|
|terminal||screw terminals 2,5 mm┬▓|
|Tightening torque||0,4 Nm|
|dimensions||1 module (18 mm)|
|Assembly||on rail 35 mm|
|Level of security||IP20|
|Input - voltage||6├Ě30 V DC|
|Input - electricity||5 mA|
|Input - control signal||PWM|
|Output - voltage||like power supply voltage|
|Output - current [max]||16 A|
|Separation between input and output - type||galvanic|
|Separation between input and output - level||2,5 kV|
|Power consumption - Iwy - 0 A||0,05 W|
|Power consumption - Iwy - 16 A||1,2 W|
|Working temperature (no condensation)||-15├Ě50┬░C|
|Signaling||power supply, brightness level, temperature exceeding|