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ABK36V1A1 LED Controller
annawood   7/24/2014 4:34:50 AM
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There are output current indication node available so that the users can measure the output current by measuring a voltage easily, as opposed to measuring the current which requires disconnecting the output circuit and insert the Ammeter. 
Our LED controller has a hemetically sealed design to avoid moistures affecting the operation of the circuit. It can work with or without the heatsink. The TO-220 style mounting making it easy to be mounted on the LED fixtures.

http://www.analogti.com/abk36v1a1.html



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