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50 wat led, cob, ic driver... Need help

turtleguy

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So I'm a doing a project using these 50 watt cob chips that have ic driver technolgy. I want to make one light by worrying these together running only one plug. They will have a hard-line liquid cooling system using PC liquid cooling parts. I need to know how to wire them together. The chips are white table 50 watt Square chips 50 mm. They have JT - 40 * 60 - 110 volts ,and then on the bottom they have 110 volt ce ROHS. Can anyone explain how they work and suggest possible worrying solutions for a 4, 6, and 8 chip lights.....
 

eTech

Active Member
Give us a part number for the COB LEDs you are going to use. A datasheet would be better.

eT
 

turtleguy

New Member
50W COB LED Chip, CANAGROW 4 Pack Full Spectrum LED Chip for Plant Grow Light (380nm-780nm / AC 110V / 3000K), Integrated Smart IC Driver... This is all i have
 

Pommie

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You wire them in parallel. However, in my experience, they produce more heat than light so cooling is imperative.

Mike.
 

turtleguy

New Member
So can i get a digram of how i suite then up... And why did another forum s moderator closer my thread saying that main to leds are not allowed to be discussed.... It was all circuits or something to that effect.....
 

Pommie

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Most Helpful Member
It's not a good idea to play around with mains power if you're inexperienced. The fact you don't know what parallel means suggests that you're inexperienced.

Mike.
 

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