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Dimmer 2 Not Working with Magnitude MLV LED Driver


bfb1963

Question

Dimmer 2 fails to control my MLV LED Driver.  I only get the constant red menu light.  I cycled through the menu and reset the device.  When at the blue light, I let it autocalibrate, but it always results in a constant red.  My driver is the Magnitude M150L24DC-AR.  It is an MLV Triac magnetic transformer that is 150W capable,  but is not driving more than 110W in my appliaction.   Is there a compatibility problem with Dimmer 2 and this driver?

 

Thank you,

bfb

 

Here is the specifications for the driver:

 

Driver Specifications

Max Load 150W
Input Voltage 120V AC
Input Current Full Load 1.95 A
Output Voltage Full Load 23.1V DC
Max Output Current Full Load 6.5 A
Open Circuit Output Voltage 25.6V DC
Power Factor 0.93
Avg. Efficiency 85%
Coil Former Double Section Bobbin
Maximum Ambient Temperature -30°C to 45°C
Minimum Installation Space Between Units 5" Inch
Thermal Class B130°c
Minimum Dimming Level 1%
Leads Primary PVC 600V #18
Leads Secondary PVC 300V #12
Circuit Breakers Primary and secondary auto reset
Dimensions 9.8 x 3 x 3"
Weight 87 Oz.
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