First post, and I joined because I am stumped. Stumped
I have LED light in the plinth under the doors in the kitchen. One side stopped working so its one of the 2x LED drivers that's gone kaput
I can't attach a picture as I can't figure out how to reduce the size using my phone, but will do so when I get to a computer
The LED driver that's gone banjo is an Intertek TF01-1012V
I've so far bought and returned 3x different LED drivers that looked like they should work. The latest (AURORA 12-240V CONSTANT VOLTAGE LED DRIVER 16W 2107T) worked but the lights were pulsing, which I'm guessing means it isn't powerful enough?
Thing is, there are only 7 LEDs on the driver, and they're like 0.3w each or something
Please could someone be kind enough to tell me what it is I need to buy? If the above is enough to go off
I am concerned by the "or something" part, they could be 3w each. Without knowing exactly what you have makes it impossible to be specific.
But I have to ask, what happens if you swap the "drivers" It may be that an LED has failed, taking the driver with it, in which case you will need new LED's and drivers, but you will not know unless you swap the drivers.
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