2-Channel L-Strip Connector Wiring Diagram ( LSC202x2 )

2-Channel L-Strip Connector Wiring Diagram ( LSC202x2 )
2-Channel L-Strip Connector Wiring Diagram
{
24V-28V DC IN
{
External/remote switch
SW +
SW
( LSC202x2 )
GND V sup
Jumper block
1 2
GND
V sup
Shield
OO+
{
{
24V-28V DC OUT
LedSync OUT
M3 screw hole
Shield I - I +
{
M3 screw hole
LedSync/DMX IN
LED groups
{
Thermal feedback
GND T
In-fixture switch
{
SW
GND
G
R
LGND
24V - 28V DC IN
LED groups
To connect the driver to a PSU, connect the PSU’s positive
Indicates the location of the pins to which you can connect
voltage supply wire to the voltage supply (V sup) screw
your LED groups. R(ed) represents channel 1 and G(reen)
terminal and the PSU’s negative voltage supply wire to the
represents channel 2. This default group color allocation can
ground (GND) screw terminal.
be changed using Toolbox parameters 80 through 81 (“Group
24V - 28V DC OUT
R/G channel mapping”).
Optional output supply terminal block with a maximum load
of 6A. The main power supply must be capable of supporting
the extra load. Vsup is the positive voltage terminal, GND the
negative voltage terminal.
LedSync/DMX IN
For data input, connect your network cable’s data+, dataand shielding wire (the orange/white, orange and brown wire
in a Cat5 cable) to the I+, I- and Shield screw terminal
External/remote switch
respectively.
You can connect an external/remote, momentary-action
LedSync OUT
push-button switch to the SW+ and SW soldering pads. You
can use this switch to flip through the available shows.
For data output, connect your network cable’s data+, data- and
shielding wire (the green/white, green and brown wire in a Cat5
In-fixture switch
cable) to the O+, O- and Shield screw terminal respectively.
You can connect an in-fixture, momentary-action push-button
M3 screw hole
switch to the ground (GND) and switch (SW) pin. You can
The driver features two screw holes suited for M3 screws.
use this switch to flip through the available light shows.
Secure the driver using these holes.
Jumper block
Thermal feedback
This jumper block’s configuration determines the output
You can connect a negative temperature coefficient (NTC) for
current:
feedback about the driver’s or LEDs’ temperature. Connect the
• No jumper: 350mA
• Jumper on 2: 700mA
sensor to the temperature sensor (T) pin and the ground (GND)
• Jumper on 1: 460mA
• Jumper on 1 and 2: 900mA
pin.
eldoLED B.V. | Luchthavenweg 18 | 5657 EB Eindhoven | The Netherlands | T +31 (0)40 2054050 | F +31 (0)40 2054058 | E info@eldoled.com
2-Channel L-Strip Connector Wiring Diagram
Connecting 1 LED group to
a 2-channel L-Strip Connector
( LSC202x2 )
Front view
B
R
LGND
More information, application notes, user manuals and eldoLED’s terms and conditions are available at www.eldoLED.com
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eldoLED B.V. | Luchthavenweg 18 | 5657 EB Eindhoven | The Netherlands | T +31 (0)40 2054050 | F +31 (0)40 2054058 | E info@eldoled.com
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