I know the basics of powering LEDs and am pretty sure I have found a suitable driver for most of them. The LEDs I have are :
4 x White Foreward voltage: 9-11v Foreward current: 900 - 1050 mA
4 x Blue Forward voltage: 9-11v Forward current: 900 - 1050 mA
1 x Violet Forward voltage: 9.5-10v Forward current: 900 - 1050 mA
1 x Green Forward voltage: 9-12v Forward current: 900 - 1000 mA
1 x Red Forward voltage: 6-8v Forward current: 900 mA
I will be powering the white and blue LEDs on 2 x dimable 50-watt drivers with these specs:
Input Voltage: AC 100V-240V, 50Hz/60Hz
Output Voltage: 30V-36VDC
Output Current: 0-1.5A
Power Factor (PF): 85%
What I am unsure of is for the rest of the LEDs could I use a driver with these specs:
Input Voltage: AC 85~265V 50/60Hz Output Voltage: DC 7V~12V Output Current: 900mA~1000mA
I'm worried about the red LED specifically.
If I can use that driver could I just hook up PWM to the output to achieve dimming?