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168 TECHNOLOGY / LED PRODUCTS


LDV-185 Mean Well


LED Boosters Electron


Electron manufactures and offers a variety of models of LED Boosters/ Re- peaters/ Amplifiers of PWM signal. The products are ideal for constant voltage (12-24V) or constant current (350mA, 500mA, 700mA) LEDs, monochromatic or RGB. They are ideal to use with the Dimmable Constant Voltage or Con- stant Current LED Driving Converters of Electron, so as to extend the power of the converters. www.electron.gr


Mean Well has expanded its product range with LDV-185, a new class of mul- tiple channel constant current output LED Driver. These units offer either 6 channels of 700mA SELV constant current or 12 channels at 350mA. By integrating several channels into a sin- gle unit Mean Well reduces EMI design issues while allowing your high power light to be SELV compliant. These IP67 aluminium cased units are fully potted and designed for the harshest outdoor environments. www.meanwell.eu


CoolLED 40W Harvard


Harvard’s CoolLED 40W driver comes with a 5V auxiliary fan output as stand- ard. The power factor corrected driver has fully-isolated SELV output delivering up to 40W of power and is compatible with all major LED modules including Xicato 2000 Lumen XSM, GE Infusion and Osram PrevaLED.


The highly efficient driver is the ideal LED retrofit solution for track mounted spot lights. www.harvardeng.com


SUPPORTING TECHNOLOGY


LEDPowerPlant Multiload


LED Driver range Helvar


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Helvar has launched a series of constant current LED drivers in four variants: 6W, 20W, 30W and 50-60W. All versions provide power with high efficiency to an LED light source and are designed to meet the stringent demands of indoor LED applications. Helvar’s new constant current converters (LL-U-CC) provide power to LED applications with a high level of efficiency (>0.8) and the range is designed to achieve quick installation times and long life. The driver’s dual current output (350mA / 700mA) and universal power supply ensures adapt- ability for different applications and geographic areas. www.helvar.com


Multiload Technology’s LEDPowerPlant provides an extremely reliable power supply for linear LEDs which will outlast more than a few generations of LED sources. LEDPowerPlant gives a truly stabilised DC voltage for 24V or 12V LED sources, irrespective of mains voltage fluctuations, with other voltage outputs available on request.


Offering smooth dimming and switch- ing from an industry standard 0 – 10V signal, LEDPowerPlant is a true SELV product and is suitable for any sensi- tive environment where safety is paramount. LEDPowerPlant also offers simplified wiring and installation, and reduces cabling, while enhanced design options make for clean and uncluttered installations. www.multiload.co.uk


ART SSC Acclaim Lighting


The ART SSC is a controller for perma- nent lighting installations in museums, themed venues, parks and a wide range of architectural lighting projects. The device is completely solid-state, with no moving parts making it a very stable element in an installation. It is an extremely secure and low-main- tenance installation control solution with minimal power consumption. It is ideal for LED lighting installations, with hardware connectivity including 1024 DMX Out, 512 DMX In, MIDI, MTC, SMPTE Real-time Clock, Astronomical Clock, GPI Contact-closures, Ethernet, Art- Net, OSC, VisualTouch Compliance. www.acclaimlighting.eu


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