I have a street lamp with a led and simple driver in it, I don't know the exact led voltage but the driver (image attached) says
27-36V DC output,
Is there a part I could place between this driver and the led, so I can control dimming by Arduino via PWM ?
The led driver specs (large image below) says:
INPUT; AC 85-285V and
OUTPUT: DC 27-36V 1500mA,
I thought it would work to put this "PWM power module" between the driver output and the led, but (I tested months ago) I remember it started to blink, I think only when decreasing power but not on full power (controlled by PWM with arduino).
- Should it work with this module or I am trying something very wrong ?
- Are there any other parts that should work for sure in this situation ?
The specs on the PWM module are these:
Voltage: 5 V - 36 V DC; Power: 400 W; Current: 30 A; PWM Voltage: 3.3-20V; PWM frequency: 0-20kHz ;