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Inventronics Expands Next Gen Platform: More Compact, Global IP66/IP67 LED Drivers

Inventronics has expanded their new family of programmable, IP66/IP67 LED drivers to include model offerings that cover 75W and 100W power levels. These new models are an extension to their existing 150W, 200W and 240W series.

The EUM-075SxxxDG and EUM-100SxxxDG series provide the same next generation platform offering an optimized design utilizing new features to help reduce SKUs, offer even more design flexibility and a simplified way to conduct hi-pot testing. The new platform is equipped with an enhanced transformer design, optimized components that provide lower costs without sacrificing quality or performance and a new thermal design methodology to support a warranty Tc of 80ºC.

The EUM-075SxxxDG series currently offers 3 constant-power, programmable models delivering 75 W at output currents from 700 mA to 2100 mA with a calculated lifetime up to 100,000 hours. The EUM-100SxxxDG series currently offers 3 constant-power, programmable models delivering up to 100 W at output currents from 700-2800 mA with a calculated lifetime up to 114,000 hours. Each series provides a multi-layer of protection which includes over-voltage, over-temperature, and short-circuit protection.

They offer a high level of flexibility with an ultra-compact design that is smaller than previous generation Inventronics drivers, allowing them to fit inside a multitude of luminaires. Their programmable interface and constant-power operation allow for optimization to achieve ideal results and various current configurations without the need of powering on the driver. They are also equipped with a global cable that is suitable to be used world-wide which provides OEMS with reduced inventory SKUs and carrying costs associated with overstocking products. The new series are approved to UL, FCC, ENEC, CE, CB, CCC, PSE, KS, KCC, BIS, EAC and Independent Use certifications.

The EUM-075SxxxDG and EUM-100SxxxDG also offer improved safety with a wide range of isolated dimming options to remain compliant with all standards including the new UL May 2020 requirements, as well as supporting Class 1 and Class 2 wiring. The dimming controls include isolated 1-5 V, 1-10 V, PWM and multiple timers.

Utilizing the new proprietary circuit, they are still able to maintain an industry-leading surge protection of 6kV (differential mode) and 10 kV (common mode) while passing typical hi-pot testing for luminaires without any secondary operation. The rugged, extruded-metal housing, which utilizes an exclusive encapsulation process, is IP66 and IP67 rated and specially designed to operate in harsh conditions and demanding applications such as high bay, high mast and roadway lighting.

Production quantities of the EUM-075SxxxDG and EUM-100SxxxDG IP66/IP67 LED drivers are available now. For additional information, please visit the related websites.

About Inventronics:

Headquartered in Hangzhou, China, Inventronics is a world class enterprise specializing in the design, manufacture, marketing and sales of reliable & innovative LED driver products, and a leading supplier of LED drivers to the global market. Learn more at Inventronics-co.com

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