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Sure Electronics LE-LL14113 High Power LED Driver 10/20W

Brand:|Model: LE-LL14113|Part # 073-054
Power LEDs without using voltage dropping resistors with this 10/20W LED driver.
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Highlights
  • Drives up to 4 high power LEDs in series
  • Power LEDs without using voltage dropping resistors
  • Temperature and under/over voltage protection built-in
  • Uses MBI6651 step-down DC-DC converter IC
  • Optional pulse width modulation input for remote dimming

Product Details

Sure Electronics LE-LL14113 High Power LED Driver 10/20W

This 10/20W LED driver board uses a MBI6651 step-down DC-DC converter IC by Macroblock which features under voltage lock-out, over temperature protection, LED open-circuit protection, and LED short-circuit protection. This makes for a convenient, small package solution for driving chains of up to seven LEDs in series with a wide range of input voltages (9 to 35 VDC). Additionally, LEDs can be controlled using external pulse width modulation.

Specifications: • Input voltage: 9 to 35 VDC • Supply current (no load): 2 to 5 mA • Output voltage: 7.63 VDC • Output current: Up to 1491 mA • Over temperature protection: 175°C • Under voltage lockout trigger: 8.3 VDC • Dimensions: 1.80" L x 1.00" W x 1.23" H (45.8 x 25.5 x 31.4 mm).

Voltage required according to number of LEDs wired in series:
• 1 LED: 9 to 12 VDC • 2 LEDs: 18 to 24 VDC • 3 LEDs: 24 to 35 VDC • 4 LEDs: 30 to 35 VDC

Note: For more information regarding pulse width modulation control, please see the manual located in the Manuals/Resources section on the right. This LED driver is designed for high power LED.



Sure Electronics LE-LL14113 High Power LED Driver 10/20W
  • BrandSure Electronics
  • ModelLE-LL14113
  • Part Number073-054
  • UPC844632093616
  • Product CategoryHigh-Power LED Assemblies
  • Unit of MeasureEA
  • Product Rating
    (1 Reviews)
  • Weight0.05 lbs.
  • California Prop 65

    Warning: California residents only. Please note per Proposition 65 that this product may contain chemicals known to the State of California to cause cancer and birth defects or other reproductive harm.

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Sure Electronics LE-LL14113 High Power LED Driver 10/20W
Sure Electronics LE-LL14113 High Power LED Driver 10/20W is rated 5.0 out of 5 by 1.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from 10W LED and 10/20W LED power driverThe above items are beyond one's experience and result.Even though the rated power is 10W, the LED had brighness of 100W Mercury vapour lamp, but fraction of it's energy consumption.I will buy 5W LEDs (6) for perimeter lighting, 10W is like flood light and may not be suitable.Thank you Parts Express people.SincerelyKumar
Date published: 2011-11-10
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Sure Electronics LE-LL14113 High Power LED Driver 10/20W

Could I solder two of these together to make it a 40W driver? Since SURE sells one board that is 10w driver, and then uses the jumpers to power another 10w driver to make this 20w driver. Input?

Asked by: Devo You
Yes, you can solder two of these 20W LED driver to get 40W, but it is not suggested.
Answered by: Sure Electronics
Date published: 2015-12-23

Is a driver required for each LED or can this drive a series of them?  I'm interested in building my own exterior lighting using LED's vs the typical 12v/11w bulbs.  Thank  you 

Asked by: JoeSab
The product can drive chains of up to seven LEDs in series.   Answered my own question. 
Answered by: JoeSab
Date published: 2014-12-29

Does this require a regulated power supply?

Asked by: MMBB
No it just requires the voltage to stay above : 8.3 VDC and not exceed 35 VDC, the voltage can waver anywhere within that range. With most voltage sources as the amperage increases the source voltage decreases due to the added load and most transformers indicate the maximum amerpage that can be requested from the source in order for it to maintain the stated voltage output.That is why it states: Supply current (no load): 2 to 5 mA
Answered by: Wkmiller
Date published: 2014-12-29
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