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Edison Opto Unveils Two Novel-Designed Products in EdiPower Series

Edison Opto, a global LED lighting manufacturer, unveils two new products in EdiPower Series for broad lighting applications. First, the Tunable Series with superior CRI of 95 supports two output channels to enable two dimming options to dim LED lighting without a brightness drop. In addition, the Low Percent Flicker Series, which has been executed HiPot testing and Surge testing, offers the flicker-free solution.

Based on the mirror-like MCPCB, the Tunable Series features excellent reflectivity (up to 98%). This novel-designed series has two output channel so that it allows smooth tuning from warm white (2700 K) to cool white (6500 K) without a brightness drop. With the Tunable Series, people can also have another option of adjustment of color temperature from 1800 K to 4000 K to enjoy warm and welcoming surroundings. Furthermore, this series is available in high CRI of 95 to show more vivid colors on the given objects.

Unlike the Tunable Series, the Low Percent Flicker Series is driven on AC voltage without external drivers. This series adopts thermal pad to pass HiPot testing at the 3 KV level; moreover, it also passes Surge testing at 1 KV level. Furthermore, the series has kept a power factor (PF) up to 0.95 and current total harmonic distortion (THD) below 10%. What's more, the Low Percent Series also presents ultra-low percent flicker which is below 20%. Therefore, the quality is admitted of no doubt.

In addition to EdiPower Series, Edison Opto also provides various options of AC PLCC Modules, including Dual Volt Flicker-Free, Power Line Regulation Series, ULF Circuits, and Easy Dimming. The two latest innovative products in AC PLCC Modules have also been developed. Being a member in DiiA, Edison Opto is also able to adopt DALi Control in the DALi Dim Series. Besides, the Coli Switch Series is compatible with a wireless control without batteries so that dimming is easier for people.

Edison Opto will showcase a full range of the products at 2018 Light+Building from March 18 to March 23, 2018, in Frankfurt am Main, Germany. For more information, please come visit Edison Opto at Booth No. C40 in Hall 6.2.

To learn more information, please visit www.edison-opto.com or contact the Edison Opto sales representative at service@edison-opto.com.tw

About Edison Opto Corp:

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.


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