The new driver is for very high output and a low input 10 – 30 mA @ 10 volts.0.1 – 0.3 watts input and 2 -10 watt load but it does use the new coil now with that said it can also be set to ultra low power at 20 – 50 uA @ 2.5 volts or 0.000124 watts and around 75 lumen’s output. The output with 35 3 mm LEDs is about 800 – 1500 lumen’s so bright that you can not look directly at them. The result would save 95 % of over 400 billion watts used today
The U.S. Energy Information Administration (EIA) estimates that in 2015, about 404 billion kilowatthours (kWh) of electricity were used for lighting by the residential sector and the commercial sector in the United States. This was about 15% of the total electricity consumed by both of these sectors and about 10% of total U.S. electricity consumption.
according to the eia.gov site with a savings of 394 billion watts or 10% of the total power used in the U.S.
Just saying guys
but there are changes I will get to.