I have a situation where LED panel lights appear to have a voltage of roughy 80V between the metalwork of the panel and the containment overhead (which is bonded to earth).
The LED driver is double insulated, and SELV and a plastic case and remote from the panel. It does stipulate in the user manual that the driver does have earth leakage, but how does this happen when it has no earth conductor, and it’s output is SELV? Is it leaking through the panel despite the fact it’s technically isolated?
The cable between the driver and the panel light is a DC connection, plus and minus, with the panel light also being a class 2 product.