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12-26-2012 06:52 PM
dmasterx1x ok nevermind, answered my own question by calling Mean Well. For anyone else out there buying their drivers, if it doesn't say P or D at the end, it is not dimmable.
12-26-2012 06:25 PM
dmasterx1x
meanwell LED driver

Hey guys i recently ordered a meanwell 60-48(what i think is D) from:

http://www.jameco.com/webapp/wcs/sto...Fcyf4AodSj8AxQ

Now that i have the unit in my hand, I'm not really sure which type it is (analog or digital dimming). On the packing slip and on the case itself, all it says is ELN-60-48 Is there any way one could tell which type of driver this is? If i take it apart, what parts am i looking for to tell if dimming would be analog or digital? Also, if this is in fact a digital unit, can it be converted to analog?

Thanks in advance

Dave

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