Products, Materials & Tools | May 05, 2010

ERG Lighting Introduces slim eDriver Family of LED Drivers for SSL with Universal Input and 90% Efficiency

ERG Lighting, a new Division of Endicott Research Group, Inc., has introduced the eDriver family of LED power supplies for maximum efficiency in a range of solid state lighting (SSL) applications.

The eDriver family is available in a broad range of constant voltage and constant current drivers. These driver modules are 90% efficient and fully isolated, with universal input (120V, 220V, 277V), power factor correction > 90%, and 0-10V dimming options.

eDrivers offer superior efficiency and economy and include the slimmest 100W LED power supplies on the market – up to 30% slimmer than other drivers in similar power ranges, and up to 50% smaller in total volume. All eDrivers are manufactured in the USA, with short lead times, full application engineering support and a 5-year warranty.

“It’s all about efficiency,” said Graham Upton, Vice President of Engineering. “Efficient power, size, cost and support. Endicott Research Group has been designing and manufacturing power supplies since 1979, and ERG Lighting has leveraged its expertise in LED control for solid state lighting.”

eDrivers provide the precise voltage and current critical for proper light output and SSL longevity and reliability. There is no wasted energy due to driver/load mismatch. ERG Lighting provides the exact driver that customers specify, with no unnecessary materials or functionality that would drive up the cost.

Applications for eDrivers include cove and architectural lighting, refrigeration lighting, parking and street lights, commercial and bay lighting, and more. All ERG Lighting eDrivers will have UL8750 and CE approvals and a rating of IP67.  ERG is ISO 9001 certified as well as RoHS and REACH compliant.

ERG Lighting complements its eDriver family with its DRIVERsity program of custom solutions. Future options include multiple outputs, ambient light sensing, thermal feedback, a range of dimming control options, color temperature variation and custom mechanicals.
For more information, send an e-mail to ERG Lighting, ssl@ergpower.com, or visit www.erglighting.com

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