The marine LEDs driver Yachtica® is designed to correct power LED lamps on board the yacht and beyond. A wide range of marine electronic power LED drivers with compact size and tropicalized electronic is available. Are divided into:
Specifically designed for the marine environment with the following characteristics: formal coating, double electronic protections on specific primary and secondary, special voltage, small size. The products off ered are approved by the most important european institutions quality (KEMA, VDE, ETL, etc.) to meet the various needs of the market.
All products are manufactured according to the strictest safety answering the basic requirements of the CE mark. Rigorous testing ensure a high standard of quality and reliability.
Marine Direct Current Dimmable Electronic Drivers Multivoltage-Multicurrent for Power LED and LED modules
IP20 independent driver, for indoor use.
Multi-power driver supplied with dip switch for the selection of the output current.
Active Power Factor Corrector.
Synchronization cable is separately supplied.
Max. 10 drivers synchronization, is possible command only one driver (1 Master + 9 Slaves).
Features DALI dimming:
– memory function for sets or light groups;
– recall of stored functions;
– compatible with standard DALI interfaces.
Class II protection against electric shock following direct or indirect contact.
Current regulation ±5% including temperature variations.
Supplied with terminal cover and cable retainer.
Input and output terminal blocks on the same side (max. wire cross-section = 1,5mm2).
Clamping screws on primary and secondary circuits for cables with diameter: min. 3mm – max. 8mm.
Driver can be secured with slot for screws.
– against overheating and short circuits;
– against mains voltage spikes;
– against overloads.
Thermal protection = C.5.a.
Can be switched on and off on secondary circuit for power LED.
Suitable for the supply of power LED and LED modules.
EN 50172 (VDE 0108); EN 55015; EN 60598-2-22; EN 61000-3-2; EN 61347-1; EN 61347-2-13; EN 61547; EN 62384; VDE 0710-T14