No like this:
But don't have the possibility of dimming
You need to match the voltage out to the chip V(f).. voltage it needs to light..
All the chips you mentioned require more than 12V
Working Voltage and Current: DC 32-34V 1400-1700mA
Honestly not sure why the current is listed soo high..No matter need 32V to "fire it up" approx.
now you can run more than one chip per driver if you 1)have the right voltage) and 2) the constant current is divided between the 2 parallel branches (chips are attached to the driver in parallel) i.e 900mA driver now feeds 450mA to each branch.
"A man with a watch knows what time it is. A man with two watches is never sure."
Last edited by jeffkrol; 02-28-2017 at 02:58 PM.