This is a current limiting circuit that can drive high power LED's. It has 3 channels and can handle a maximum of 3.6 amps.Designed by Art///orks, Ships from United States of America
This small PCB makes use of the PT4115 LED driver. It has a total of 3 channels and can drive "large" LED's. It also has a built in potentiometer along with a 555 chip to control the brightness of ...Read More…
This small PCB makes use of the PT4115 LED driver. It has a total of 3 channels and can drive "large" LED's. It also has a built in potentiometer along with a 555 chip to control the brightness of the LED's.
I designed this so that I could drive three 10 watt LED's to add more lighting to my work bench at a low cost.
*This PCB can also drive one 100 watt RGB LED due to its 3 channels. The PT4115 has a maximum input voltage of 30v and a maximum current output of 1.2amps. This means that each channel can output a maximum of 36watts. This PCB has 3 channels and so it should be able to handle a 100 watt RGB LED.
The awesomeness of this PCB is that it can drive LED's and also dim them! Think sexy mood lighting or workstation lighting.
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