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IP67 100W 240V input Constant Voltage 12VDC Output LED Driver Non-Dimmable Integral LED ILDRCVC049

IP67 100W 240V input Constant Voltage 12VDC Output LED Driver Non-Dimmable Integral LED ILDRCVC049

This is the Integral LED ILDRCVC049 IP67 100W 240V input Constant Voltage 12VDC Output LED Driver No..

Model: LD1275

£39.00 Ex. VAT

IP66 10W-100W Constant Voltage LED Driver 12V DC Triac Dimmable ECOPAC Power, Integral LED ELED-100P-12T

IP66 10W-100W Constant Voltage LED Driver 12V DC Triac Dimmable ECOPAC Power, Integral LED ELED-100P-12T

This is the Integral LED ELED-100P-12T IP66 10W-100W Constant Voltage LED Driver 12V DC Triac Dimmab..

Model: LEDD1280

£99.75 Ex. VAT

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