I'd like to try this but the link takes me to a page that might as well be in Greek ...to me. What am I supposed to buy there and how is it used? When I think of a PS, I think of the brick that is used. The link seems to be components that are installed inside something.
Also, if I do this, is like going to after burners and the LED will flame out much faster?
well this the model number..
LRS series .. 75V..15V
upper right corner.. pick voltage and wattage in the drop down. Add to cart.
check the voltage on your orig power supply .. Believe it should be 15V DC out.Likely 4A or 60Watts (volts x Amps)
Should cover all but possibly the 72" one.
Add # of diodes X .5 = est. watts..or take what's on the power supply.
A power supply w/ more wattage is not an issue. They just cost more..
As to adj. well you only need to tweak the voltage a WEE bit../
Like 15.2V or 14.5V
Point is to first see if 15V works better than current power supply. Then one can talk about increasing or decreasing output..
Too much voltage and diodes do over heat.. Should just burn out like any light bulb... Would need to go into thermal runaway where heat decreases resistance allowing a larger and large current draw.. then done..Worst case.. Best worst case.. they just decay to dimmer..
wiring is fairly straight forward.. VOM helps..
If you don't want to cut wires these should keep your Beamswork whole..
5.5 x 2.1 size jack was fairly common for Beamswork's I believe..
Oh, yea.. that's an enclosed power supply.. Will need to wire a plug to it and of course a wire/jack to go to the light head..
Sounds complicated but it's quite simple..