What is Class P LED driver?
Class P LED driver is a driver that is evaluated according to the applicable requirements of the Class P LED driver in UL 8750 "Appendix SE". Class P LED driver must be UL Listed certification and have the following characteristics:
1. The maximum shell temperature of any point on the outer surface of the LED driver cannot exceed 90°C under normal rated load conditions. The test is carried out at a uniform and standardized ambient temperature.
2. The maximum shell temperature of any point on the outer surface of the LED driver cannot exceed 110°C under abnormal conditions, and it is allowed to reach 150°C in a short time. Abnormal conditions include component failure (short circuit or open circuit) conditions, in any Under overload conditions, including output short circuits, and abnormal tests due to increased ambient temperature.
3. The Class P driver can be additionally evaluated by UL8750 "Appendix SI", the nominal Type IC LED Driver, which means that the LED driver can directly contact the thermal insulation wool in the ceiling after it is installed in the lamp.
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