Components | Electronics | Driver Modules | Indoor Applications | Aug 20, 2018

EPtronics Announces Latest LP Series of Programmable LED Drivers

EPtronics is pleased to announce its latest generation LP Series of programmable constant current LED drivers with flicker free operation. All five wattage families are included in UL’s Class P LED Driver Program: LP25W, LP40W, LP50W (T8), LP55WW, and LP96W. This UL program allows LED luminaire manufacturers to quickly substitute existing drivers with pre-approved EPtronics drivers without the need for recertification by UL.

LP Series drivers can be pre-programmed to customer requirements during EPtronics manufacturing or re-programmed in the field using EPtronics’ EP-PRG-01 USB Interface Programming Tool. In addition, the optional EP-CRADLE-01 programming cradle enables OEMs to reduce SKUs and satisfy customer needs by quickly programming LP Series drivers on their own assembly lines.

EPtronics, a leading manufacturer of solid-state lighting power supplies, offers the broadest selection of UL recognized off-the-shelf and custom LED drivers. Our US-engineered products ensure that you receive exceptional performance and reliability to satisfy all your technical requirements.

All EPtronics products are protected by a standard 5-year limited product warranty.To download datasheets for EPtronics’ LP Series programmable drivers and to learn more about EPtronics, please visit EPtronics.com. Call us today to discuss your LED power and control needs with our friendly LA-based staff, who are ready to provide solutions for your unique lighting applications.

For additional information, please visit www.EPtronics.com

About EPtronics, Inc.:

EPtronics, Inc. is a leading innovator, designer and manufacturer of LED power supplies. We develop and continuously grow our line of LED drivers based on field applications and input from customers including many leaders in the LED lighting industries.

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