News-Spot | Business News | Feb 24, 2014

Norlux Develops New Product Line for Thomas Research Products

Norlux LED design services for OEMs were highlighted with the introduction of a line of Light Engines by Thomas Research Products. Norlux is a leading North American LED systems integrator with a history of strength in both design and manufacturing.

TRP has offered a broad range of standard LED drivers plus a few LED light engines, but not a comprehensive line. They turned to Norlux for assistance because the company has such an extensive record of success in developing custom DC LED modules.

Norlux created 8 families of standard light engines for TRP, ready to drop into existing luminaires. Depending on the model, color temperature options range from 2700 K to 5000 K, most with 83 CRI or better. Each LED board can be matched to a complementary TRP driver for a total packaged solution.

Three linear engines will be available. The 22.0" and 11.0" linear boards are ideal for standard troffer configurations,  seamlessly integrating into new or retrofit applications. A Narrow 22.7"  linear board is thinner and more flexible, best utilized for undercabinet, cove and sign lighting applications.

Round 3", 3.7" and 4.7" diameter light engines will integrate with commercial or residential downlights. A square 10.2" Fingerboard module provides superior light uniformity for surface mounted, recessed or suspended office luminaires. The cost-effective design eliminates excess FR4 board.

For use in popular outdoor applications, a 7.00" rectangular Canopy light engine was fabricated to bring brighter, more energy efficient LED light to gas stations, parking garages and area lighting.

These products will be available beginning in 1Q 2014. Norlux is proud to design and manufacture solid state lighting solutions in the USA.

About Norlux:
Norlux designs and manufactures custom LED lighting solutions for customers in the architectural, industrial, retail display, and aviation/transportation markets. Founded in 2000, the company focuses on exceeding customer expectations in turn-around time and production flexibility. Norlux manufactures in the USA.

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