How to choose a Transformer

  1. Check what is the required input VOLTAGE (V) for the device. Generally it is (AC or DC)
  2. If it is DC then check the rating of the DC (Usually it is 5V, 12V, 24V, 36V, 48V – LEDSone stocks many of the DC voltage output transformers, please check our full category or if more information required please contact us)

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LED Transformers

  1. Find out required Amps or Watts for the device,

If a DC12V transformer is required that can power the total wattage of the strip or bulbs being used.

For example, if plan to have 2x 5W MR16 LED bulbs that total 10W, for this 2x bulbs it would be recommended a 20W transformer – more than 25% of the transformer capacity needs to be left over to prevent overloading. Hence it is recommended to use any DC12V transformer that has a output capacity of  25-30% more output than the device input requirements.

  1. Decide where the transformer is going to be installed. Depend on the environment where the transformer is going to be installed, the transformer IP rating (Ingress Protection) has to be decided Here in LEDSone we have three different type of IP rated transformers

IP20 rated– Mainly used indoors and recommended to keep in closed or out of reach environment

IP44 rain proof (splash proof) transformer: Mainly used in an environment where transformer is exposed to moisture, dust and difficult to have a enclosed environment

IP67 or waterproof transformer: Can be used outside where it is exposed to severe weather condition

Buy with piece of mind  (3 year warranty)

On selected LEDSone products, we offer an automatic 3 year warranty. This entitles you to unlimited replacements from the original purchase throughout the warranty period. If your original purchase is no longer available, a new replacement with the latest equivalent model will be offered.

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