Reasons for LED driver failure in LED high bay lights

We are often contacted by electricians, who are trying to repair a high bay LED light that has failed.

Do not connect LEDs to constant current LED drivers in parallel
Installation Advice

Connecting multiple LEDs to a constant current LED driver in parallel should be avoided where possible.

Daylight harvesting control solution

Daylight harvesting systems reduce energy consumption by using the natural daylight that is available to offset the use of artificial lighting. This is made possible by the implementation of smart lighting control systems, which can dim or switch electric lighting in response to the changing availability of daylight.

Smart stair well and corridor lighting control solution

Hytronik has a great solution for the smart control of stairwell and corridor lighting, which delivers excellent energy efficiency and optimum light for security.

Smart car parking solution

Installing new or retrofitting intelligent energy saving car park lighting could not be easier with Hytronik.

MEAN WELL APV Series Low Cost LED Drivers
Product News

The MEAN WELL APV series LED drivers are a low cost, low power LED driver for indoor applications.

Voltage drop LED drivers
Installation Advice

By its own definition constant voltage LED lighting requires a specific supply voltage that remains constant.

LED drivers for Solar LED Lights
Product News

One of the biggest challenges with installing outdoor lighting is access to power.

Running a 240VAC power supply to various locations can be expensive and not always practical, especially if the project is an upgrade of an existing outdoor space.

Motion sensor LED lighting
Product News

ADM stocks a nice simple solution from MEAN WELL to power up and and dim LED lights.

Benefit of using MEAN WELL ELG LED Led Drivers
Product News

The MEAN WELL ELG series LED drivers offers a number of benefits over other models available.

Mean Well ELG Series LED Driver Dimming Wires
Installation Advice

Customers are being asked to take extra care when installing a MEAN WELL ELG-C Constant Current LED driver.

Australian RCM Mark

In 2016 Australia introduced the new Regulatory Compliance Mark (RCM). This replaces both the Electrical Safety Approval number and the C-Tick.

Electrical approvals not recognised in Australia

Many Australian businesses make the decision to buy power supplies directly from overseas, rather than use an Australian based supplier.

Australian approved LED drivers

Many of our readers will already know that ADM has a strong commitment to educating our customers and the wider community about the importance of electrical safety approvals.

Industry News

Adelaide is one of the first Australian jurisdictions to trial smart street lighting in Australia, with the city undertaking a trial in Pirie Street. Take a look at the above video, from Adelaide City Council’s YouTube channel.

C-Tick and RCM Mark

There have been some recent changes to Australia’s regulatory regime when it comes to EMC compliance and electrical safety.

Constant current LED strip

There is an ever growing demand for constant current LED strip. This is because it is seen as the ultimate product for long term use, which makes it the preferred choice for installers, who want to offer their customers the very best.

Dimming with the MEAN WELL HLG, ELG, LPF and NPF LED drivers
Installation Advice

The MEAN WELL HLG 'B' series, ELG ‘B’ series, NPF-D and LPF-D series utilise a common dimming method, where the amplitude of the current fed to the LEDs is varied.

This method of dimming works very well, but there is a key factor that you need to be aware of, when selecting a LED driver for your particular application.

TRIAC Dimmable LD Drivers
Industry News

ADM stocks a comprehensive range of dimmable LED drivers from reputible suppliers, such MEAN WELL and Power Source, all with Australian approvals.

Solving inrush current problems with LED drivers
Installation Advice

All switched mode power supplies have an inrush current rating, including LED drivers.