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What is the difference between an isolated drive and a non-isolated drive?
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What is the difference between an isolated drive and a non-isolated drive?

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(Summary description)Non-isolated means that the output terminal and the input terminal are directly electrically connected. The lack of transformer isolation in non-isolated circuits means that LEDs are more susceptible to surges from AC power sources due to load switching transients or primary side interference.

What is the difference between an isolated drive and a non-isolated drive?

(Summary description)Non-isolated means that the output terminal and the input terminal are directly electrically connected. The lack of transformer isolation in non-isolated circuits means that LEDs are more susceptible to surges from AC power sources due to load switching transients or primary side interference.

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Non-isolated means that the output terminal and the input terminal are directly electrically connected. The lack of transformer isolation in non-isolated circuits means that LEDs are more susceptible to surges from AC power sources due to load switching transients or primary side interference.
 
Isolation driver: 1, Flyback converter topology 2, more expensive 3. High efficiency 88%
 
Non-isolated driver: 1, Buck or buck - Boost topology 2. More efficient 3. Insulation leads to less heat dissipation

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