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12-Volt LED Drivers

The main purpose of an LED driver is to convert AC line voltage to low DC voltage but a 12 Volt LED driver goes a step further. It also fixes the output voltage of the power supply to a stable 12 volts, while allowing the wattage load to vary. As LED loads are added, the output voltage remains the same (12 volts) and the output current increases until the driver reaches its maximum load. Constant voltage drivers are commonly found in commercial applications like architectural signs, where several LEDs are connected together, as well as LED tape lights, strip lights, and puck lights.
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12-Volt LED Drivers

The main purpose of an LED driver is to convert AC line voltage to low DC voltage but a 12 Volt LED driver goes a step further. It also fixes the output voltage of the power supply to a stable 12 volts, while allowing the wattage load to vary. As LED loads are added, the output voltage remains the same (12 volts) and the output current increases until the driver reaches its maximum load. Constant voltage drivers are commonly found in commercial applications like architectural signs, where several LEDs are connected together, as well as LED tape lights, strip lights, and puck lights.
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