Driving LEDs with PWM driver and power source
So I have my LED build all set up but I want to add a few more color options
I have 3 CREE XP-E HE Photo Red (660nm) LEDs
and 2 CREE XP-E Green 3W LEDs
that I want to add on my fixture
I have a MEAN WELL LDD-1000H DIMMABLE DRIVER
and a CORALUX STORM LED CONTROLLER
that I want to use to PWM control the lights from sunrise to sunset.
The issue I'm having is that I used to have the MEAN WELL LRS-350-36 power supply but got rid of it now
I only want to run 3 LEDs, 1 red(forward voltage 2.36 at 1000mA), 2 green (forward voltage 3.7 at 1000mA) in series and want to drive them at 1000mA
my question is, I have these brick power supplies from old electronics. Can I just wire these to the LDD dimmable driver and it'll work since it's DC-DC? I'm guessing the 12V 1A will be able to hopefully handle the 3-4 LEDs?
I'm a mechanical engineer so I can get it all together but fail at electrical engineering. any smarter folk can provide some guidance?
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