I’m reviewing the Brinyte HL16 and I’m confused by the 1lumen review mentioning that the driver is constant current. If it’s constant current why is there no regulation when looking at the runtime graph?
Does constant current not insure flat regulation? If a driver is constant current then it should maintain X output, yes?
I reviewed the Convoy H2 and mistook the flat regulation on a Linear driver to be a Buck driver. If a Linear driver can offer perfect regulation, then what’s so good about a Buck driver? I had always thought it offered the flat regulation on a 3v LED like you get on a 6/12V Boost driver.
Man, I need a bit of educating I think, it’s all a bit confusing.
Edit: need help with PWM as well. Does constant current drivers stop PWM? I’m guessing not when the HL16 has it an it’s said to be CC