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Why has my MEAN WELL LED driver failed
14 November 2018

It is very rare that agood quality LED driver fails because of a manufacturing fault. In most cases the failure is caused by a problem with the installation, or there are some environmental factors at play.

Avoid overloading power supplies
26 October 2017

Care should always be taken to avoid overloading your MEAN WELL power supply.

Mean Well DAP-04
31 August 2017

When using the MEAN WELL LCM-DA LED drivers in a Master/Slave configuration, all the slave units must be set to 100% output level.

Power Supplies Australia Information
30 August 2017

The MEAN WELL LCM-DA LED drivers feature a push button dimming feature, as well as the DALI interface.

Australian RCM Mark
21 June 2017

Not all power supplies manufactured by MEAN WELL have Australian electrical safety approvals. This is one of the reasons why not every single model of MEAN WELL power supply is listed on the Power Supplies Australia website.

Power Supplies Australia Information
14 November 2018

Many LED drivers have either an IP67, IP66 or IP65 ingress protection rating.

Australian RCM Mark
27 June 2017

The number of unapproved LED drivers coming into Australia without an RCM mark is alarming.

Mean Well DR-UPS40 Installation Instructions
27 June 2017

The MEAN WELL DR-UPS40 battery management module is used in conjunction with a MEAN WELL 24V power supply (max 40A) and a battery.

Conformal coating for power supply
27 June 2017

Some MEAN WELL power supplies use a fan to keep them cool during operation. Naturally, this can lead to problems with moisture and dust ingress depending on the environment in which the power supply is used.

Power Supplies Australia Information
27 June 2017

As Power Supplies Australia mentioned in a previous blog post about MEAN WELL Power Supply’s Hiccup Mode, not all power supplies within the same series will have the same method of short circuit protection.

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