Featured | LED Modules | AC LED Modules | Smart Lighting | Sep 28, 2018

Edison Opto Introduces Breakthrough AC Module Series

Edison Opto Corporation, the leading LED lighting company based in Taiwan, introduces a wide range of AC modules. These AC modules can be broadly used in ceiling lights, mirror front lights, corridor lights, tri-proof lights, and down lights to meet different customers’ requirements.

Edison Opto is aware of the trend of the smart lighting application so that the company introduces the Sensed Radar Module Series to help people live in the smarter environment. By integrating the Sensed Radar Module Series into the luminaires, the luminaires would be lit on instantly and adjust brightness level automatically when people enter the induction zone so that it’s efficient to save energy. This module is ideal for balcony lights, corridor lights, hallway lighting, and garage lighting applications.

Besides, faced with rapid climate change, Edison Opto has been striving to provide epic AC modules to conquer the tough environment. The Advanced Protector Series which operates Max 300 V already passes HiPot Testing at 6 KV and Surge testing at 4 KV. It’s perfect for tri-proof lights and voltage unstable region.

As one of the pioneers in Taiwanese LED lighting market, Edison Opto also provides various options of AC Module Series, including Dual Voltage Series, Dim to Warm Series, Ultra-Low Percent Flicker Series, and AC COB Module Series.

To learn more, please visit www.edison-opto.com or contact the Edison Opto sales representative at service@edison-opto.com.tw, or come and take a look at the full series of AC Modules at the Booth 5C-D02 in Hall 5 in Hong Kong International Lighting Fair from October 27 to 30.

About Edison Opto:

Edison Opto from New Taipei City, Taiwan, provides consumers with a complete LED lighting products line, which ranges from components, AC/DC modules, light strips, horticulture lighting, street/outdoor lighting, and automotive lighting, through international network of offices and factories in Taiwan, China (Dongguan and Yanzhou), and U.S.A.