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(Summary description)LED configurations
- Time of issue:2020-09-09
An important part of understanding the way LED drivers work is being aware of the various ways LED lights can be configured. The two most common LED configurations are in series, and parallel.
LEDs configured in series, ahve the anode(a psoitively charged electrode)of one LED connected to the cathode(negatively charged electrode)of another ,This ensures a single, continuous current flows through each LED h ooked up to the series or string as it is called . To keep the entire series string running ,you need to supply sufficient voltage for all of them. For example, if you have a series of 10 LEDs each requiring 2 volts, a total of 20 volts is needed for the series as a whole to function properly.
The other major LED configuration is a parallel one. Here a number of strings of LEDs are connected side by side to a driver. Instead of having 50 LEDs connected by the one string, you can have 5 strings each containing 10 LEDs all lined up parallel, Parallel configurations tend t ob e used when you want to restrict the voltage required to power the LED strings.
The parallel LED string can themselves be configured into amatrix, which is where several sets of parallel LED strings are connected in series.
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