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Hera Lighting Daisy Drivers for LED Lights

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Electronic LED Daisy Drivers for 24 Vdc LED's

Hera's new constant voltage electronic daisy drivers come in three wattage ratings. They allow for easy daisy-chaining with an intergated power connector. Basically, you can plug one driver into the next without having to run more 12/3 or 14/3 wire to more outlets. So each preceding driver funnels power to the next. There are limits as to how many can chain together. That info will be below. The Daisy Drivers are ideal for LARGER projects that span over a greater distance. For smaller kitchens or commercial lighting set ups, the normal constant voltage drivers will be more economical for your application.

Important note:

The low voltage output on all 3 of these drivers is a barrel jack socket. So, this is important: On the 30 watt and 75 watt, if you are not planning on using the remote dimmer RC-PSDIM/V2, you will need to get a PS24V/TB/DC with each driver. This is the barrel jack to terminal block converter that will allow all the Hera lights listed below to connect their power leads into the terminal block. You will also need this converter for the 96 watt driver whether you are planning on a dimming set up or not. So that little converter is important, or else you will not be able to connect your lights.

But now, it gets trickier or easier: If you are planning on using the RC-PSDIM/V2 with the 30 watt or 75 watt driver, the power input to that remote dimmer is the barrel jack socket. So it easily connects to the 30 watt and 75 watt drivers, and THEN has the standard 12-port terminal block pre-connected to it for power output to the lights. So if planning on using that dimmer, you do not need to get the PS24V/TB/DC converter. You already will have a terminal block output on the remote dimmer. Questions? Ask us.

It gets even more tricky if planning on using this new remote dimmer with the NON-daisy drivers for the 6-watt, 30-watt, and 75-watt drivers. We are here to help and to let you know what can be done to make it work.

The Daisy Drivers are used with Hera Lights such as the R55-LED, FR68-LED, Stick2, Stick3, and StickVE-LED, TwinStick2-LED, TapeBasic-LED, TapeUltra-LED, and the ER/EQ-LED

Product Features:

30 Watt Daisy Driver:
  • Input: 100 - 120 VAC, 50/60 HZ, 0.55 A
  • Output: 24 VDC, 1.25 A max. SELV/UL8750 Class 2, CAN/CSA C22.2 No. 250.13
  • Load: 1 - 30 W, 24 VDC LED
  • Power Factor: ≥0.9 λ
  • Ambient operating temperature: -20° C ~ 45° C
  • Non-dimmable input, output dimming accessories available
  • Open circuit, short circuit, over load and over
  • temperature protection
  • Auto restart after fault removal
  • 5.5 mm x 2.1 mm barrel jack socket on output housing
  • Additional output cables, splitters and terminal blocks
  • available
  • 79” plug-in 2-pin power cord
  • 2-Pin convenience outlet in housing allows connection of additional 2-pin drivers
  • Up to 14 drivers maximum interconnected

75 Watt Daisy Driver (all the same feature, but specs change to):
  • Input: 100 - 120 VAC, 50/60 HZ, 1.0 A
  • Output: 24 VDC, 3.125 A max. SELV/UL8750 Class 2, CAN/CSA C22.2 No. 250.13
  • Load: 6 - 75 W, 24 VDC LED
  • Up to 8 drivers maximum interconnected

And the 96 Watt Daisy Driver (most of the same specs, but built in dimming, and a few differences):
  • Input: 100 - 120 VAC, 50/60 HZ, 1.3 A
  • Output: 24 VDC, 4.0 A max. SELV/UL8750 Class 2, CAN/CSA C22.2 No. 250.13
  • Load: 1 - 96 W, 24 VDC LED
  • Max case temperature: 55° C
  • Built in dimming mode: 0 - 10 VDC compatible
  • Dimming range: 0 - 100%
  • Standby mode power consumption ≤0.5 W @120 VAC
  • Soft Start for maximum LED life
  • 5.5 mm x 2.1 mm barrel jack output socket on 12” cord
  • 59” plug-in grounded power cord
  • 36” cable with grounded plug socket allows connection of additional 3-pin drivers
  • Up to 6 drivers maximum interconnected

When clicking or tapping any of the Daisy Driver pictures below, you will expand them, but also you will see that there are many more views you can look at!
HER-PS24V/30/S/D
Hera LED Power Drivers and Dimmers
Hera Lighting PS24V/30/S/D 30 watt Daisy Driver
Input: 100 - 120 VAC, 50/60 HZ, 0.55 A
Output: 24 VDC, 1.25 A max. Class 2
Load: 1 - 30 W, 24 VDC LED
79” plug-in 2-pin power cord
Up to 14 drivers maximum interconnected
NO TERMINAL BLOCK. Has DC barrel jack for output, linkable driver to other DAISY drivers. **PS24V/TB/DC/S can be ordered separately if terminal block needed.
$87.11
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HER-PS24V/75/S/D
Hera LED Power Drivers and Dimmers
Hera Lighting PS24V/75/S/D 75 watt Daisy Driver
Input: 100 - 120 VAC, 50/60 HZ, 1.0 A
Output: 24 VDC, 3.125 A max. Class 2
Load: 6 - 75 W, 24 VDC LED
79” plug-in 2-pin power cord
Up to 8 drivers maximum interconnected
NO TERMINAL BLOCK. Has DC barrel jack for output, linkable driver to other DAISY drivers. **PS24V/TB/DC/S can be ordered separately if terminal block needed.
$160.27
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HER-PS24V/96/DIM/S/D
Hera LED Power Drivers and Dimmers
Hera Lighting PS24V/96/DIM/S/D 96 watt Daisy Driver
Input: 100 - 120 VAC, 50/60 HZ, 1.3 A
Output: 24 VDC, 4.0 A max. Class 2
Load: 1 - 96 W, 24 VDC LED
Built in dimming mode: 0 - 10 VDC compatible
59” plug-in grounded power cord
Up to 6 drivers maximum interconnected
NO TERMINAL BLOCK. Has DC barrel jack for output, linkable driver to other DAISY drivers. **PS24V/TB/DC/S can be ordered separately if terminal block needed.
$196.36
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HER-PS24V/TB/DC
Hera LED Power Drivers and Dimmers
Hera PS24V/TB/DC terminal block for PS24V/96/DIM/S driver - necessary to convert DC connector to 12 port 24V terminal block (for use only with 96 watt driver)
$14.93
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HER-RC-PSDIM/V2
Hera LED Power Drivers and Dimmers
Hera RC-PSDIM/V2 remote control dimmer for LED lighting. Works with PS24V DAISY driver systems, has DC barrel jack input to driver end. Attached 12-port terminal block. Dimming module with wireless remote. 600 watt max. load.
$88.44
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On each lighting page within the Hera Lighting section of our website, we have noted which drivers are needed to work with each light. But we have not gone back to the pages that use the constant voltage drivers to make mention of the Daisy Drivers. The Daisy Drivers just offer a convenience in a larger project. They work the same way with the added benefit of adding a power out port to connect another driver.

When selecting the proper driver for your application, which we can help with your layout too, add up the wattage of the lights that you are selecting. You want a driver that can handle the added wattage of your layout. If you are controlling "sections" of your kitchen independently, or display cases for commercial applications, we will refer to this as zones, since zone is an easier word to use. So in your kitchen, say you have a long strip of linear lighting under your cabinets, and then one each of a round spotlight inside each glass front cabinet. And you want to control these two zones independently. You would need a power driver for each zone. BUT BUT BUT, the drivers feed power to the lights, they do not have an INDEPENDENT on/off switch. So on the Daisy Drivers, if a second or third, or fourth driver are connected one of the previous, and a switch controls power to the first, that switch is controlling power to ALL of them simultaneously. Thus, you might have zones, but one switch is going to turn all the lights on and off together. Not independent control.

Now if you run dimming controls out of each driver, even though the drivers are daisy-chained, the dimming control can act as a separate zone controler for each zone you choose to have one on, and when main power is on to all the drivers, an individual driver could be controlled with the dimmer. Head spinning? Yeah, we don't blame you. We were kind of reluctant to even consider showing the Daisy Drivers. For most applications in one kitchen, or basically a normal size lighting set up, the Daisy Drivers are overkill. But if planning on using that RC-PSDIM/V2 remote dimmer, the Daisy Drivers make that connection so easy that Electricians are screaming about not having enough work.

Hera has created a nice Youtube video on How to Program the Remote Dimmer. View it from that link.

The Hera Stick2, Stick3, and StickVE linear lighting, Tape Lighting, and round spotlights can all work from the same driver. The 30 and 75 watt NORMAL drivers have a terminal block with 12 ports. The Daisy Drivers do not come with a terminal block, you would need to order that separately. (Unless considering the RC-PSDIM/V2 remote dimmer.) You can run spotlights, or the Stick2, etc. power cables out of the same terminal block. You can run multiple dimming modules from the same driver, that technically would be setting up multiple zones from the same driver if the dimmers are controlled separately. Some people do this. They run 2 or 3 spotlights above the kitchen sink and want those at full power, but the adjacent lights right and left under the upper cabinet banks to be dimmed. There are many ways to set up your lighting.

We can help with the appropriate lighting and power controls for your needs.

To return to any of the Hera Lighting pages that use these drivers and dimmers, please select from orange hamburger button near the top of any page, or from this list of links identifying the lights by product code only:


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