Mean Well LCM-60, 2-90V / 60W / IP20

LCM60

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Mean Well

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LCM-60

LCM-60 LED power supply is suitable for interior LED lighting

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38,52€tax excl.


Weight: 0.24 kg
Delivery: 1 to 3 days
Condition: New product

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- Output current level selectable via DIP switch
-Built-in active PFC function
-180~295VAC input only
- Built-in active PFC function
-Protections: Short circuit/ Over voltage/ Over temperature
-Cooling by free air convection
-Fully isolated plastic case
-Class II power unit, no FG
-Built in 0~10VDC and PWM signal dimming function
-Built-in 12V/50mA auxiliry output
-IP20
-No load power consumption<1W
-Temperature compensation function by external NTC
-Power supplies synchronization function up to 10 units
-3 years warranty

-SAFETY STANDARDS: UL8750, ENEC EN61347-1, EN61347-2-13, EN62384,GB19510.14,GB19510.1 approved
-Input voltage range: 180~295VAC / 254~417VDC
-Input AC current: 0.32A/230VAC 0.27A/277VAC
-Output: 2~90VDC/500mA, 2~90VDC/600mA, 2~86VDC/700mA, 2~67VDC/900mA, 2~57VDC/1050mA, 2~42VDC/1400mA
-Input frequency range: 47~63Hz
-Efficiency: 92%
-Dimensions: 123.5*81.5*23mm
-Weight: 0.24Kg
Suitable for indoor LED lighting

Mean Well LCM-60, 2-90V / 60W / IP20 LCM-60

 
Data sheet
DimmableNo
Voltage - volt (V)2-90
Wattage - watt (W)60
Energy consumption - (kWh / 1000h)60
International Protection Marking - (IPXX)IP20
Factory Box - pieces (pcs)54
 
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