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Best led modules power supply?

Discussion in 'General Signmaking Topics' started by mf11, Jun 7, 2020.

  1. mf11

    mf11 New Member

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    I have been experimenting issues with led signs they started flicking (it started just one led then 2 untill they got burn) i assume is due the power supply (it is not over charged its like 80%) perhaps ac variation or simply bad and cheap power supply.
    So i have been browsing and found a brand called "mean well" , have anyone used it before?

    Thanks
     
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  2. Richard2717

    Richard2717 Member

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    Meanwell has been hit and miss here. I use France and have not had one failure. Sloan used to be nice but I got caught up in the massive failure they had years back and have not used them since. I do still use their prism led modules with good luck
     
  3. MikePro

    MikePro Major Contributor

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    France and Sloan.
    sloan got a bad wrap from a bad batch on their manufacturing-end, BUT they owned it and credited us for every single power supply we pulled and replaced.
     
  4. bowtievega

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    We have had really good luck with Mean Well, no issues and they have quite a few options for different size power supplies. Also have had good luck with the newer France power supplies.
     
  5. mf11

    mf11 New Member

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    thank you all for your replies , i dont know why people think its cheaper and better get a cheap power supply, it is too much expensive to replace it
     
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