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126 TECHNOLOGY / LIGHT SOURCES GEARING UP A selection of essential lamps and gears. DMX2PC


e:cue Lighting Control A DMX512-controllable universal dimmer for all phase cut dimmable luminaries, ballasts, and lamps such as energy-sav- ing and incandescent lamps, LED retro- fits, high and low voltage halogen lamps with magnetic and electronic ballasts. Leading and trailing edge modes are supported and it is capable of handling inductive, ohmic and capacitive loads. The DMX2PC combines with e:cue’s DMX engine Butler XT2, user interfaces like the Action Pad and Traxon’s dimmable Plug’n’Play AC luminaires like the new Cove Light AC HO Graze. www2.traxontechnologies.com


iDrive Thor 36 IST


This high powered (2kW), 36 channel, centralised LED driver system, which boasts a super slim 1U 19” rack-mount- ed chassis is compatible with a wide range of embedded dimming protocols, including DMX, RDM, DALI, DSI, Art-Net 3, KiNet[1] and Ethernet. Designed specifically for constant voltage lighting applications, the Thor 36 can be dynam- ically configured to operate constant voltage LED systems from 12V to 27V, with each output capable of providing high frequency and high resolution out- put channels. The product offers a long lifetime and reduced commissioning time due to a simplified set up. www.istl.com


CLP SmartNight Harvard


This twin channel programmable and pre-programmed driver allows lighting to be automatically dimmed to pre-set levels. The pre-programmed drivers can be dimmed to 50% or 70% for 6 hours, 8 hours or 12 hours whilst the program- mable versions can be set with up to 8 unique dimming levels. The CLP driver is available in 350mA, 500mA, 700mA and 1000mA output current variants with WiMAC ready options, the product also features SELV outputs delivering up to 33W of power per channel. www.harvardeng.com


30W SOLOdrive Eldoled


CONTROL GEAR The EDD Series


The independent 30W SOLOdrive is available in a DALI and 0-10V versions. The driver’s LEDcode functionality lets you (re)program SOLOdrive, making your application future-proof. In addi- tion, the LEDcode interface allows easy integration of sensors. The independent housing can be turned into a smaller, dependent housing by simply removing the end caps and driver ends. www.eldoled.com/solodrive30W


Deep Sea Electronics This is the latest range of LED drivers from DSE and has been designed with the professional lighting market in mind. Built to meet the EN62386 DALI standard, the design also allows for ultra smooth dimming down to below 0.1%. The drivers deliver high power factor correction and maintain low operating temperatures. www.deepseaplc.com


TALEXXconverter ECO Tridonic


The ECO series is a new edition to the company’s LED converter platform. The product offers luminous flux compen- sation and the LED control gear can be adapted to different module parame- ters with a high degree of flexibility. The product features an impressive dimming capability and a combination of amplitude and pulse width mod- ulation that enables dimming to be infinitely varied from 100 percent down to 1 percent. On all the units it is pos- sible to select different output current ranges. The output current can be set by means of a resistor or via the DALI interface. The numerous versions cover a wide range of applications and offer users enormous flexibility in designing their lighting solutions. www.tridonic.com


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