ERP Power’s New Programmable Constant Current LED Drivers

By Sarah RonkoskeOctober 17, 2017

ERP Power, leading designer and manufacturer of small, smart and connected LED drivers for indoor and outdoor lighting applications, recently released new programmable constant current LED driver products: the CDB and PDB Series.

Constant current LED Drivers are targeted at architectural, commercial and industrial lighting applications requiring 10W to 260W of power with dimming, programming and connectivity to the Internet of Lightings.

CDB Series

ERP’s CDB Series, a 260W, programmable constant current LED driver, features a non-linear 0-10V dimming profile with dim-to-off capabilities. Additional features include:

  • Dual output voltage range selection
  • Serial port programming
  • Auxiliary output 12V/100mA
  • IP66-rated case with silicone-based potting
  • UL Class P LED Driver
  • Wireless communication features and protocols

The CDB Series stands out because of the Wireless Communication features, namely the bi-directional communication (dimming up and down with data log read). Wireless communication protocols include Bluetooth Mesh and ZigBee with wire whip antennas and external removable antennas. Wired, the CDB series supports DALI and DMX.

For more features and specs, download the CDB Series Datasheet now!

PDB Series

ERP’s PDB Series, a 260W, programmable constant current LED driver, also features a non-linear 0-10V dimming profile with dim-to-off capabilities. Additional features include:

  • Dual output voltage range selection
  • Serial port programming
  • Auxiliary output 12V/100mA
  • IP66-rated case with silicone-based potting
  • UL Class P LED Driver

For more features and specs, download the PDB Series Datasheet now!

Application Areas

Both ERP Power CDB and PDB Series are ideal for street lighting, industrial LED lighting, wide-area lighting and outdoor applications.

Download the ERP Power Catalog to learn more about all of ERP Power’s products and contact a WPG Americas’ Lighting Specialist with product-related questions.