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3W - 350mA - Hardwire - Electronic Constant Current LED Driver

3W - 350mA - Hardwire - Electronic Constant Current LED Driver

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Product Overview
  • 100-120V Input
  • Minimum watts: 1
  • Maximum watts: 3
  • Hardwired to power
  • UL recognized
  • 3-Year warranty
Description
This 3-watt 350mA constant current driver hardwire LED driver will power your LED lighting systems and has overload, short circuit, and over heat protection.
Specifications
Width (in)
2
Height (in)
1
Length (in)
2
Quantity Being Sold
1
Power Method
Hardwire
UL Recognized
Yes
Dimmable
No
Finish
White
Input Voltage
100 - 120V
Output Voltage Type AC or DC
DC
Warranty
3 Years
Locations
Indoor
Power Supply Type
Electronic
Driver Constant Current Output
350mA
Power Supply Max Load
3W
Power Supply Min Load
1W
Short Circuit Protection
Yes
Over Heat Protection
Yes
Over Load Protection
Yes
Condition
New
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Question from Jerry:

I would like to know where it is acceptable according to the National electrical code to place the LED driver. Some friends have said you can't place it in a cabinet for example. I am planning to build a wall and need to use a number of mini down lights for the niches. I will need to use puck lights as there is only 2.5 inches of height. I would like to place the driver behind the electric fireplace where it would be easily accessible to service by removing the fireplace. Also, I wondered how far away the driver could be located i.e. 20 feet away in the furnace room. I would also like to run a line to a dimmer wall switch and wondered if you switch the line voltage cable going to the driver or if you need 12 volt switch and switch the 12 volt line coming from the driver.

Answer from Pegasus:

Jerry, my strong recommendation is to consult a local electrician who can assist you with the proper placement and wiring of a driver based on the NEC AND your local electrical codes. Power supplies need to be installed where they are easily accessible and have enough ventilation.