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Inventronics Releases Robust IP66/IP67 LED Driver Series for Challenging Power Conditions

Inventronics is pleased to announce the expansion of the new EAM LED driver series that leverages Inventronics latest next generation platform design with special features specifically for markets who face challenging power regulation. The expansion provides models supplying up to 75 W of power in addition to the already existing models supplying up to 150 W of power. The EAM-075SxxxSB/SG series offers industry-leading surge protection and is IP66/IP67 rated for rugged applications. The series also offers design flexibility with an adjustable output current to reduce SKUs and is ultra-compact to fit inside a multitude of luminaires.

The EAM-075SxxxSB/SG series is built for long-term reliability and utilizes a robust thermal design for increased dependability. This series is equipped with an advanced, innovative circuitry design that helps protect against poor input power conditions on the main power lines supplied to the LED driver, reducing maintenance costs and safeguarding the luminaire. This is achieved by providing Input Over Voltage Protection (IOVP) that can withstand voltage increases up to 440 Vac at a maximum of 48 hours.

Inventronics understands the struggles of OEMs selling in markets with challenging power conditions and constructed the EAM-075SxxxSB/SG series to provide a wide input voltage range of 90-305 Vac / 127-300 Vdc to help with varying voltage swells and sags on the main power lines. The series is also equipped with market-leading input protection of 4 kV (differential mode) and 6 kV (common mode) and is capable of handling challenging market conditions, such as frequent power outages or operating from a backup power generator, while providing a reliable, cost-effective solution.

The EAM-075SxxxSB/SG series allows for design flexibility with optimal results and various configurations through the adjustable output current (AOC) function using a potentiometer feature providing constant power at a wide output current range from 700-2100 mA. It provides a low output current ripple to ensure a uniform, quality light and an optimized, more compact form factor. The series delivers full-load efficiency up to 92% and has a calculated lifetime up to 105,000 hours at Tc 70ºC and an operating case temperature for warranty of 80°C.

Their IP66 and IP67 rating and compact metal housing enables them to protect against dust and particles and supplies a high level of protection against water and humidity. The EAM-075SxxxSB is certified to BIS and CE standards and the EAM-075SxxxSG is certified to CB and CE standards facilitating safety certification for the end user. Production quantities of the EAM-075SxxxSB and EAM-075SxxxSG are available now.

For additional product information, please visit www.inventronics-co.com/led-drivers-built-to-withstand-440vac/

About Inventronics:

Established in 2007, Inventronics is one of the world's top LED driver manufacturers specializing in building innovative, highly reliable and long-life products that are certified compliant to all major international safety and performance standards. We design our own drivers at our headquarters in Hangzhou, China and have specialized teams that focus on low, mid and high-power designs as well as teams for network controls and accessory products. Our drivers are manufactured within our Science and Technology Park in Tonglu, China. We encourage factory visits for a first-hand experience of our commitment to quality.
We provide superior products, exceptional technical support, and best-in-class customer service. We also seek to create value for our customers by working to extend and increase the return on investment for solid-state lighting systems. - www.inventronics-co.com

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