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Harvard unveils new CoolLED Drivers


The new CoolLED Kompact and CoolLED 40W drivers


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Harvard, a leading player in the LED and wireless street lighting industries, is pleased to announce that two new products to its innovative range of CoolLED drivers will be officially launched at Lux Live.


The new CoolLED Kompact and CoolLED 40W drivers form part of the company’s extensive LED Driver portfolio and, aimed at the professional lighting sector, provide a high performance solution for powering high-brightness LEDs from a mains supply. In addition, these high efficiency designed drivers ensure cool operation and long life. Michael McDonnell, sales and marketing director at Harvard, commented “It is important to continue to innovate and con- tinuously develop our LED Driver portfolio to stay ahead of our competition. It’s an exciting time to be involved in the lighting industry


and we’re investing heavily to create in the research and development of our CoolLED Drivers.” The fully-isolated SELV output Kompact Driver boasts all the features of Harvard’s standard CoolLED drivers with the added benefit of being in a compact footprint, which makes it ideal for installing in track mounted spotlights, while the CoolLED 40W driver comes with a 5V or 12V auxiliary fan output as standard. The latter has fully-isolated SELV output delivering up to 40W of power and is compatible with all major LED modules including GE Infusion,


Xicato XSM and Osram PrevaLED, making it the ideal LED retrofit solution for track mounted spotlights. As a leading manufacturer of drivers, and as


an experienced partner to the world’s leading lighting companies, Harvard delivers perfectly engineered products for bespoke lighting solutions.


Contact


Harvard Engineering T: +44 (0) 113 383 1000 W: www.HarvardEng.com


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