I need to feed a LED with 120-126v 1500w, made of two strips, 750w each (the heat being generated over a surface of 8cm x 8cm).
EDIT: This is for imaging purposes, so high CRI, is important.
Datasheet about the COB:
Power: 1000-2000 Watt. VF: DC 120-126V IF: 8750mA(1000W) , 1300mA(1500W), 17500mA(2000W) Chip Brand: Bridgelux CRI : Ra80 / Ra90 / Ra95 / Ra97 Beam Angle: 120 degree Brightness: 90-140 lumens per watt (depend on color temperature and CRI value requirements) LED Size: 100x100 mm Luminous Area: 80x80mm Substrate: high quality copper
Do you recommend to transform the current directly from 230v or to use a booster from 12v (from 1 or 2 PC power supply)?
In either case, which components do you recommend (eg., https://fr.aliexpress.com/item/32863157274.html and some other tension adapter)?
I'll need to regulate the tension between 120v and 126v with one (or two) tension variators. I would like to minimize the soldering work, if any.