Elemental's 12V Driver provides the steady voltage and high efficiency needed to get the most from LED lights. All our 12V LED drivers are energy-efficient, eco-friendly. All the drivers on this page have an IP rating of IP67, which means that they're water resistant and wet location rated, perfect for outdoor use. Our 12V LED power driver is highly efficient and provides extremely steady voltage, so no more flickering lights. All of the LED drivers are solid state, which means they do not have any moving parts, will last longer than a switching power adapter, and draw power only when the attached LED light fixtures are turned on, which eliminates phantom energy consumption.
If you're working with a permanent low voltage LED lighting installation, it's vital to use a Power Driver that provides a steady current. The Driver/transformer is a hard-wired power source for your indoor LED lights that is typically placed inside a wall or ceiling, in the attic or under the house, but is also compact enough to tuck into a corner. Think about using this outdoor LED driver near a pool or hot tub, with a water feature, in a garden or as part of landscaping, in a greenhouse, or anywhere your lighting setup will be exposed to moisture and the elements.
While power supplies are rated to accept a maximum rated load, for optimum performance we recommend loading a power supply to no more than 80% of its labeled rating. For example, a 60W power supply should be loaded only to 48W. Optimum performance accounts for various environmental factors like ambient temperature fluctuations and power surges.
(Product SKUs: EL-GUDRV90W, EL-GUDRV150W, EL-GUDRV200W, EL-LNCDRV20W, EL-LNCDRV60W, EL-LNCDRV100W, EL-DRV35W, EL-WP150W, EL-WP200W, EL-LNCDRV12W)Product Options
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|EL-LNCDRV20W||12V Driver - 20W - Outdoor||$35.99|
|EL-DRV35W||12V Driver - 35W - Outdoor||$49.99|
|EL-LNCDRV60W||12V Driver - 60W - Outdoor||$74.99|
|EL-WP200W||12V Driver - 200W - outdoor||$179.99|
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For optimum performance we recommend loading a power supply to no more than 80% of its labeled rating. For example, a 60W power supply should be loaded only to 48W.
|wattage||dimensions (inches)||IP rating||input||output||frequency||weight|
|20W||W=1.2, L=5.1, H=1||IP67||100-240V AC / 0.55A||12V DC / 1.67A||50/60 Hz||6 oz.|
|35W||W=1.5, L=5.8, H=1.2||IP67||100-240V AC / 1.1A||12V DC / 3A||50/60 Hz||13 oz.|
|60W||W=1.1, L=6.4, H=1.7||IP67||100-240V AC / 1.2A||12V DC / 5A||50/60 Hz||1.4 lb.|
|200W||W= 2.7, L= 8.7, H= 1.6||IP67||100-240V AC / 2.3A||12V DC / 15A||50/60 Hz||2.4 lb.|
Click here to download a specification sheet PDF for the 20 Watt model.
Click here to download a specification sheet PDF for the 35 Watt model.
Click here to download a specification sheet PDF for the 60 Watt model.
Click here to download a specification sheet PDF for the 200 Watt model.