What is a Constant Voltage LED Driver?
If an LED driver is constant voltage, it means it’s designed for a single direct current (DC) output voltage. These drivers are typically 12VDC or 24VDC, and always specify output voltage.
A constant voltage LED driver receives a standard line voltage (120-277VAC) power supply, making them compatible with the output from wall outlets in the home. The LED driver receives the current and converts it to a low direct current voltage, and will maintain a constant voltage regardless of input load.
The advantages of a Constant Voltage LED Driver
Installation engineers are generally more familiar with Constant Voltage Drivers as opposed to other driver technologies, and when it comes to large-scale installation, the cost is usually significantly lower.