Elektroda.com
Elektroda.com
X

Halogen Led 230V blinking off.

3237 5
This content has been translated » The original version can be found here
  • Level 7  
    Hello.

    Dear forum users, there is a problem and I am looking for a reason and solution. Describe the connection and the problem itself.

    We are renovating the flat, power supply to halogen lights taken from the existing cable from the ceiling (3-pole - neutral and 2-phase with the double switch 2 keys). Connected with a cube from one key to 7halogen and from the other to 1halogen, common to both. It shines everything as it should, however when it extinguishes this one halogen it flashes approximately every 4-5s; Could it be some short circuit on the cable old who's in the wall or what could it be the fault?
  • Level 7  
    No. Usually double separated as if I had to do the bridge myself with the arrival of the phase because it has 4 yards.
  • Level 15  
    I see that the subject of a blinking LED returns like a boomerang but thrown with varying strength ...

    I suggest you plug in something like this:

    https://epstryk.pl/Eliminator-rozblyskow-zaro...qFKKLW_so61TNIhi9Pns1WQ6guh1KZVNF8RoCffXw_wcB


    It does not guarantee that it will be calm but it's better to try so than wait for willow pears ...

    Connection diagram in case you were unsure (the diagram has a switch with backlight, but you do not have it):


    http://sklepkarlik.pl/do_pobrania/schematy/fl...or-do-swietlowek-energooszczednych-i-led-.jpg


    In other words, plug a capacitor on the LED lamp.

    Good luck!
  • Level 13  
    It is rather the fault of the power supply, they are produced from up to a certain power maybe the diode power is too low
  • Level 42  
    jarek2580 wrote:
    It is rather the fault of the power supply, they are produced from up to a certain power maybe the diode power is too low

    Did you read about the power supply there?

    Quote, when you put out this one halogen it flashes approximately every 4-5s;

    What does the power supply have when the lamp is off?