DealExtreme LED Drivers, retail $4.42 and $3.30 ( and (
Manufactured by (Unknown)
Last updated 03-31-13

These drivers do not emit light of their own (plus the array was homemade and is not actually sold on the open market), so the standard review format will not be used and the drivers will not be assigned a rating. This page will contain mainly just a couple of photos, a few measurements, a bit of descriptive text, and a few links.

The DealExtreme LED Drivers are two drivers for high-powered LEDs (1 watt) in one handy-dandy case. There are a pair of DC outputs: one for driving a single high-powered LED and the other for driving three of the LEDs in series (where the LEDs are connected so that the positive {anode} of one is connected to the negative {cathode} of the other.

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To use the driver, simply connect the positive {anode} of a high-powered LED to the red wire on the driver, and connect the negative {cathode} to the black wire on the driver, and then (to borrow a phrase from a commercial for a popular brand of air deodouriser) plug it in, plug it in!
this product is designed to be powered from a 110 volts to 130 volts standard AC receptacle (or, "outlet" or even, "wall socket" if you prefer).

The single-LED driver can be operated from an input voltage range of 85 volts to 265 volts, and the three-LED driver from 100 volts to 240 volts.

Open-circuit (unloaded) voltage for the single-LED output is 6.230 volts and for the three-LED output is 15.870 volts.

Short-circuit current for the single-LED output is 340.07mA; this value could not be measured on the three-LED output.

Products (two drivers in one body) were furnished by Klaatu with a whole scad of high-power LEDs that needed testing, and were received on 03-22-13.

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