A LED lighting fixture in my apartment (in Israel/Palestine) started flickering for a while before coming on, then went bust. I suspect it's the driver/power supply rather than the LEDs themselves, since it was all very uniform.
the LED area cover has a sticker saying "9V DC 40W 196 LEDs".
Question: What can I replace this driver with?
That is, what tolerance ranges do I have for the different driver parameters, to fit my LEDs?
The supposed manufacturer's website (www.xz-power.com) gives me an HTTP 403 page, "Your request was rejected", so no help there. There's this webpage with a list of what are supposedly the manufacturer's products, but - I'm not sure I know what to look for; plus, I'm not sure these things are available in single units for retail where I live (in fact I doubt it).
- I'm not sure the driver was the right one to begin with, seeing how it failed. I didn't buy this fixture myself.
- I'm not asking for specific product recommendations.
- I don't care about how much such a driver would cost - for the purposes of this question.
This is the sticker on the driver: