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Cence LVDC is a modular Class 2 rated power system that works best for loads under 100W. It reduces project capital costs associated with cabling and installation, and improves the efficiency of loads that require DC power (such as LED lighting).
The Cence LVDC (low-voltage DC) panel is a modular 3.2 kW (3200W) Class 2 power system. It has 32 individually controllable Class 2 outputs, that provide up to 100W of power each.
Each panel houses 8, hot-swappable, power drivers, that each have 4 controllable 100W outputs.
Cence LVDC provides the same benefits as PoE but, unlike PoE, loads can be daisy chained. Cence LVDC works with almost any DC device under 100W (devices do not need to be PoE enabled).
The LM1 is an LED lighting driver module for the Cence Panel. Each LM1 has 4 individually controllable 100W class 2 low voltage outputs for LED fixtures. The LM1's outputs can be either constant current or constant voltage.
The LM1 is equipped with four LED status indicator lights that enable users to quickly identify and troubleshoot errors via a sequence of flashing patterns.
LM1s are hot-swappable, meaning they can be un-plugged and replaced without shutting power off, simplifying system maintenance.
85 - 305V AC
0 - 1800 mA / 12 - 55V DC per channel
Number of Channels
Up to 32 programmable, constant current channels
Power Per Channel
Number of Drivers/LM1s
Up to 8 drivers with 4 channels each
Max Total Power
Operating Ambient Temperature
- 10°C to 40°C
Electrical Class Rating
Class 2 Power System
15.75” (40cm) W x 2.5” (6.4cm) D x 34.73” (88.2cm) H
32.5 lbs / 14.7 kgs
White (custom colours available)
Screwed into studs
Class 2 low-voltage system. Complies with UL 916 (UL standard for safety energy management equipment)
Pre-certified wireless module, certified to meet FCC, and IC, requirements for wireless transmitters
Daisy chaining enabled to reduce project capital costs associated with cable, and maximize yield efficiency
Centralized and decentralized power distribution options available
Can be used with almost any DC load under 100W (doesn't need to be Power over Ethernet enabled)
Learn more about the benefits of low-voltage DC power distribution