Can you differentiate between Constant Voltage and Constant Current drivers in LED lighting systems?

A: In the context of LED lighting, Constant Voltage drivers supply a fixed voltage but allow the current to vary, while Constant Current drivers supply a steady current, allowing the voltage to fluctuate as necessary.

Constant Voltage drivers are often used for LED systems designed to operate with a specific voltage, usually 12V or 24V.

On the other hand, Constant Current drivers are used where each LED requires a fixed current to operate optimally. The voltage can change based on the number of LEDs in a series.