50 Watt halogen bulb equivalent. TOP quality! Every part serviceable. A bulb forever. Made in Poland. Check it out.CITIZEN COB inside.
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|Light color||Neutral white - pure white (5000K)|
|CRI (Ra)||min. 82|
|Luminous flux [Lm]||519|
|Supply Voltage||CC: 9V - 9,6V|
|Supply Current||CC (Constant current) max. 500mA|
|Way/protocol of dimming||When used with dimmable LED driver|
|Dimensions in mm||dia 111 H 30|
|Light source||Integrated PowerLED (service possible)|
|Life span||min. 50 000h (over 11 years of 12h/day work)|
|Case material||Aluminium, Acrylic glass|
Each light source can be supplied/driven separately or connected together in every configuration with respect to following rules:
Parameters of each (one) light source:
max. current: 500mA*; voltage 9 - 9,6V. Max Power: 5W. Constant Current Power Supply. You will find suggested power supplies below.
*The user must always use suitable Constant Current power supplies. The output current of a CC power supply cannot exceed the max. current of a light source. Lower currents will give You less light output, but bigger lifetime and efficacy. Light sources must be connected together in series and the power supply must be chosen with the right ouput current (not higher than max. current) and output voltage range containing the voltage of connected light source/sources. Series connection of multiple light sources always means the same current as single source, but multiplying the voltage range of single light source. i.e. if You connect two light sources of max 500mA current and 9 - 9,6V each - the series connection will require still 500mA max, but 18 - 19,6V overall voltage.
Using dimmable power supplies is possible with respect to all driving/power supply rules. Some of them You can find below.
Never use other type of power supply than pointed in the instruction. It may cause damage to light sources.
!!! CAUTION !!!
Always ask a professional to mount and connect the circuits. Remember that dealing with 230V by amateur can be fatal!
Never power up CC power supply when the output circuit is opened or not connected at all. If it happens (i.e. You connected to 230V and there is no reaction) - unplug the power supply from 230V and after that - short circuit the output cables or clamps to discharge the voltage created between them as it can be too high (and harmful) for the light sources. Then make sure to close the circuit in the right way and retry connecting the power supply to 230V grid.
Above means that You must not also connect powered/working CC power supply to any light source. It may cause damage to the light source.
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