Differences between high voltage and low voltage strip light?

Release time: 2023.12.18
The LED strip is often used to outline the outline of various buildings. According to the differences in the use of the LED strip light and the requirements of the strip light, there are two types of "high -pressure LED light bands" and "low -voltage LED light bands".
High -pressure LED lamp bands, also known as AC lights, low -pressure LED light bands, also known as DC lamp bands. So where is the difference between the high -pressure lamp belt and the low -pressure lamp belt?
1) Stability: The 220V voltage work used in the high -voltage LED strip light is a dangerous voltage, and there are hidden dangers in some risk occasions; the low -voltage LED light bar is working under the working voltage of the DC 12V. It is a stable voltage and can be applied to various occasions. No danger.
2) Voltage: The difference between LED strip lights of 24V and 220V is: 24V is voltage, 220V is a civilian high -voltage electricity: input voltage is 220V, the working voltage is 24V, 220V's lamp band can be used directly 220V power supply, low voltage with low voltage, low voltage 24V is relatively stable, but when connecting, you must connect a transformer to connect to the power supply.
The 220V is a converter with rectifier and constant current output in the lamp zone. Its rectifier filter output voltage is 300V DC power. The LED light belt is driven by the DC electricity with a constant current conversion to control the output current to tens of millions. The 24V lamp strap has no power converter inside, and directly enter 24V DC power to drive the LED light belt.
There are two types of low -pressure lamp bands: 12V and 24V:
12V low -pressure lamp belt: The low voltage and instability at the time of work will cause the lamp belt to work at the beginning and end of the tail;
24V low -voltage lamp band: The lower voltage is stable, and the first and tail brightness is evenly used.