Mean Well HLG-600H-24A, 24V / 600W / IP65

HLG600H24A

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Mean Well

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HLG-600H-24A

HLG-600H-24A LED power supply is suitable for LED street lighting, LED high-bay and street lighting, searchlights and fishing lamps

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223,08€tax excl.


Weight: 3.9 kg
Delivery: 1 to 3 days
Condition: New product

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- Areas of use:
-LED street lighting
-LED high-bay lighting
-LED searchlight
-LED fishing lamp
-Parking space lighting

-Suitable for dry/ damp/ wet locations
-Universal AC input / Full range (up to 305VAC)
-Output voltage and constant current level can be adjusted through internal potentiometer.
-Protections: Short circuit/ Over current/ Over voltage/ Over temperature
-Built-in active PFC function
-Built-in 3 in 1 dimming function (1~10VDC or PWM signal or resistance)
-Cooling by free air convection
-IP65
-Withstand 5G vibration test
-5 years warranty
-SAFETY STANDARDS: UL60950-1, UL8750, CSA C22.2 No. 250.13-12, ENEC EN61347-1, EN61347-2-13 independent, EN62384, IP65 or IP67, J61347-1, J61347-2-13 approved

-Input voltage: 90~305VAC / 127~431VDC
-Input ac current: 7A/115VAC 3.3A/230VAC 2.9A/277VAC
-Output: 24V/25A/600W
-Efficiency: 95%
-Dimensions: 280*144*48.5mm
-Weight: 3.9kg

Mean Well HLG-600H-24A, 24V / 600W / IP65 HLG-600H-24A

 
Data sheet
DimmableNo
Voltage - volt (V)24
Wattage - watt (W)600
Energy consumption - (kWh / 1000h)600
International Protection Marking - (IPXX)IP65
Factory Box - pieces (pcs)4
 
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