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PostPosted: Sat Mar 09, 2019 4:20 pm 
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Hi,

Need some advice.

One of our LED in the kitchen is not working and realise the driver/transformer needs replacing. Can someone post a link where I can buy one like the image attached. Much appreciated. thanks.


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To get one the exact same as you have I would suggest you try google.

If you just want an LED driver I would look at the "usual suspects" ebay, screwfix,TLC direct, & toolsation

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I have been to screwfix and toolstation but they couldn't advise which one is suitable or recommend one since they are not electricians. Maybe this one? https://www.screwfix.com/p/halolite-electronic-transformer-loop-in-loop-out-large-terminal-20-60va/63579#product_additional_details_container


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You need to get one like for like, not like for similar.

I hate to admit it, but clear that your picture is, I can not read the text.

The device you linked to does not say it is a LED driver does it,(I can read that :-P ) so that is NOT what you want.

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Take the old one to an electrical wholesaler, if they don't have one in stock they should be able to order it.

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260 mA is the current it seems but voltage is in a range 25 - 42 and if you can reduce that range then you can increase the range of drivers which will do the job.

So white LED at approx 3 volt then 10 would be around 30 volt so as long as 260 mA then you could maybe reduce the voltage range. When I hunted I could only find a 24 volt max here I could not find one with voltage range your looking for.


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