Aurora 10-60W Premium Transformer - AU-E60

Aurora 10-60W Premium Transformer - AU-E60

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Minimum Wattage10 w
Voltage250 v
Wattage60 w

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Product Overview

Fully dimmable with resistive & inductive dimmers. Short circuit and overload protection. 1.0kV SURGE PROTECTION – EN 61547. Pre-wired with 30cm primary lead. 30cm heat resistant secondary leads. Safety compliance – EN 61347. EMC compliance – EN 55015, EN 61000, EN 61547. NOTE: Maximum cable length from transformer to the furthest lamp is 2m. Input Impedence = 10nF.

  • Input Voltage (Min): 220 V
  • Input Voltage (Max): 250 V
  • Input Voltage Type: AC
  • Input Voltage Frequency (Min): 30 Hz
  • Input Voltage Frequency (Max): 50 Hz
  • Output Voltage (Min): 11.4 V
  • Output Voltage (Max): 11.4 V
  • Output Voltage Type: AC
  • Output Frequency: 40 Hz


Minimum Wattage10 w
Voltage250 v
Wattage60 w
Height27 mm
Weight0.088 KG
Width39 mm
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Frequently Asked Questions

What is a Transformer?

Transformers are used for two purposes, to 'step up' and 'step down' voltage levels between circuits. The most common for lighting circuits is from 240 (Mains) Volts down to 12 Volts.