NMB releases their new 22~40W LED driver!

If you are looking for a new and improved LED driver, then NMB has you covered! NMB recently released their new 22~40W LED driver, which offers a certain programmable feature that allows a single driver to cover the output currents of 700 to 2200 mA, a 0~10 low-voltage dimming function, IP 66 rating, high efficiency and ample protection that will deter short circuiting, overvoltage, overload and over temperature.

This new design offers flexibility, allowing the user to re-program the driver to adjust to variations in the design requirements. A user friendly programming kit designed for this new driver is available separately and includes instructions for programming the unit and USB cable. The user can easily preset of adjust the desired output current levels based on the development of your application.

You can access an online Windows-based utility through NMB’s website. This utility is available for one-click programming, which makes this feature effective and user friendly when a complete space or array of light sources is being designed or installed. The designer or maintenance engineer is able to program as many drivers as needed by utilizing this same programming kit.

NMB’s lighting business unit manager, Jonae Wilson said, “This is another brilliant offering from NMB’s lighting business unit. The programmable 22~40W LED driver is designed for retail, track lighting and high bay applications. Our LED driver products are introducing our OEM and distribution customers to NMB’s quality and high volume manufacturing. Our proven expertise in power supply, backlights and cooling products represent a total solution for the solid state and luminaire lighting market.”

NMB’s new 22~40W LED driver accompanies NMB’s 10~20W driver as part of the CLSD programmable driver series. This complete series is available immediately from Digi-Key, Newark and Arrow. For more information about OEM engineering and design support, you can contact NMB directly, or visit our website.

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