LED Drivers and Power Supplies
An LED driver is an electronic device that regulates the power supply to light-emitting diodes (LEDs), ensuring that they receive a consistent and stable amount of power. LED drivers convert the incoming power supply (usually AC) to the appropriate DC voltage and current required by the LED circuit. They are used to protect LEDs from power fluctuations, extend their lifespan, and provide dimming control or other features such as color temperature adjustment. Different types of LED drivers are available, including constant current, constant voltage, and dimmable LED drivers, each with their own specifications and applications.