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Will the replacement LED driver work for the LED light unit I have?

Electrical Engineering Asked by Ed Kemnitz on January 2, 2021

I have a light unit with 12 LED in series.

The specs for the driver that fail are listed below.

  • LED Driver, Model XSD7X1LE.
  • Input: 120VAC 50/60Hz, 0.04A λ>0.5
  • Output: Constant Current: DC 280mA 19VDC
  • Load:.5..7X1W

The replacement that is available has the following specs with the differences shown in Bold.

  • LED Driver, Model XSD7X1LE.
  • Input: 120VAC 50/60Hz, 0.08A λ>0.8
  • Output: Constant Current: DC 350mA 24VDC
  • Load:.5..7X1W

I’m concern about the change in VDC from 19 to 24.

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