Mean Well’s table below lists how many HLG power supplies you can connect to one Miniature Circuit Breaker S200 series (manufactured by ABB).
The distance between the power supply and light fixture is dependent on the length and current draw of the fixture. In theory, the fixture can be any distance away from the power supply if you increase the AWG of the wire. This is to prevent a voltage drop of more than 10% of the fixtures required voltage. Read more about …
GLLS recommends that you power fixtures requiring power from both ends using the same power supply. We recommend this to prevent damage to fixtures due to voltage drop. This could occur in the event of one of the power supplies failing.
It is possible to connect multiple fixtures to one power supply; although you must have accounted for the wattage rating. We recommend using a power supply rated for 10-15% higher wattage than your draw.
You should never tear the dimming wires out of your power supply. Instead, you can tape or cap each wire separately. If you cap the wires together, it will set the dimming to 0% and your fixture will not light up.
The positive (+) wire on a static color temperature LED Light Box will be a solid color. As for the the negative (-) wire, it has a dash pattern.
The positive (+) wire on a static color temperature LED Light Panel will be a solid color. As for the the negative (-) wire, it has a dash pattern.
Red is Common Positive (+). The White as well as Yellow wires are Negative (-). White controls the brightness of the cool white settings, and Yellow controls the brightness of the warm white settings.
White is Common Positive (+). The Red, Green, as well as Blue wires are Negative (-) connections to the Red, Green, and Blue LED channels. Also, for DMX controllers with Ch 1, 2, 3 (etc.); the Red is Channel 1, Green is Channel 2, and Blue is Channel 3.
The fixture’s red wire is your voltage in wire, the other two wires are warm white and cool white. When connecting to a controller, connect your red wire to V+, and the other two to channel 1 and 2.
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