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160 TECHNOLOGY / LIGHT SOURCES & GEAR PRODUCT GUIDE


iDrive DALI+ IST


IST Ltd’s new iDrive DALI+ single channel LED drivers boast unrivalled smooth dimming performance without pulsing from 100% down to 0.3% of the maximum output current. The 30 driver models in the iDrive DALI+ range are optimised for all major LED manufac- turers with output currents up to 2A and overcome potential health and LED flicker problems associated with driving LEDs using PWM drivers. The ideal dim- ming solution for retail, restaurants, cinemas, conference rooms, theatres and auditoriums. www.istl.com


LED Lamp Driver ALT


HLG Dimmable LED Driver Mean Well


Mean Well’s HLG series, winner of the Taiwan Excellence award, has been designed to meet the strictest specification requirements. Available with output power from 40W to 320W, efficiencies up to 95%, and the peace of mind of a 5-year-warranty, each aluminum cased unit is fully potted IP67 and capable of operating between -40°C to 70°C to withstand the harshest outdoor environments. Functionally complete this series is available with PWM, DC 1–10V or Resistance dimming on the same unit. www.meanwell.eu


Advanced Lighting Technologies, Inc. (ALT) has launched a high-efficiency and highly reliable LED lamp driver solution (LED driver) comprising no bulky, unreli- able components such as capacitors, coils or EMI filters. ALT’s ultra reliable ‘AC LED Light Engine’ consists of an LED array and ALT’s novel driver, requiring no other parts except two AC power wires. ALT’s driver is compatible with all dimmers, is over 90% efficient, has a power factor greater than 0.95, and the entire driver can be integrated into a tiny 16 pin or 8 pin chip. www.altinc.us


CLQ Twin Driver Harvard


Following the success of the CLQ Twin Driver, Harvard has launched DALI and Analogue 1-10V dimmable variants. The power factor corrected CLQ Twin driver has a fully isolated, SELV output deliver- ing up to 2 x 33W of power. The new DALI version will allow logarithmic dim- ming from 100% to 10% output current and the ability to turn lights completely off. The Analogue version will offer 100% to 5% linear (1-10V) dimming and the ability to turn lights completely off. www.harvardeng.com


LEDcode eldoLED


eldoLED’s 50W LED drivers offer more than just the smoothest dimming down to 0, and configurability to fit your lighting application to a T. Its simple, two-wire LEDcode interface lets you add time, motion or brightness based intelligence to your lighting applica- tion. How? By connecting one of the LEDcode sensor boards to the interface. Add value to your application in a sim- ple way with a powerful effect. www.eldoled.com


ThoroLED Fulham


Fulham recently augmented its Tho- roLED line of LED drivers with a 60 watt 24 Volt Constant Voltage Driver, Model T1UNV 024V-60L. This high-efficiency driver is best suited for applications such as linear cove lighting, refrigera- tion lighting, and architectural lighting. It is a cURus and CE marked LED driver appropriate for dry and damp locations. www.fulham.com


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