I am trying to test a LED lamp of 24V and 40W with the driver HLG-40H-24B (constant current, output 24V and 40W) but it does not work correctly: The LEDs flash regardless of the voltage value (from 1V to 10V) that is applied in the DIMMING input of the driver.
In RS-Online, I found this document (A guide to buying LED drivers) where it explains that for a LED driver of constant current, it is necessary to choose one with a higher output voltage than the LED lamp (page 4). Is this why the LEDs are blinking? If so, what output voltage and output power should the constant current LED driver have to drive this 24V and 40W LED lamp? Thanks in advance.