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GRE Alpha Introduces ENO-DIM EnOcean Wireless Dimming Module

GRE Alpha announced the release of its cutting-edge ENO-DIM dimming module with integrated EnOcean technology. The spring-loaded terminal simplifies installation and is compatible with any EnOcean-enabled wireless switch. With the ready to install dimming module, it's just plug and play. The ENO-DIM is available in three regional frequency versions: 902 MHz in North America, 928 MHz in Japan, and 868 MHz in Europe and China.

The single-channel ENO-DIM module hooks up to any constant voltage LED driver, including an existing DC power distribution panel or at any point in an existing lighting circuit. The ENO-DIM module operates at a maximum 5 Amp capacity and can support up to 30 EnOcean wireless energy-harvesting devices. The module adheres to UL8750 standards and is IP20-rated.

This dimming module makes it possible to easily retrofit existing wired lighting control systems with simple to install EnOcean-enabled wireless switches. These switches utilize the energy created by the touch of a button to send a wireless signal to the ENO-DIM module. There are no batteries or wires required, and switches can be mounted anywhere.

ENO-DIM applications include architectural lighting, effect and contour lighting, general commercial illumination, warehouses, signage, strip lighting and more. The ENO-DIM dimming module is one of the most innovative products in the industry. By combining GRE Alpha’s dimming technology with EnOcean's self-powered sensors and switches, GRE Alpha is paving the way for industrial lighting systems that are sustainable and energy-efficient.

For additional information on the ENO-DIM dimming module, please visit https://grealpha.com/products/led-dimming-modules/enocean-dimming-modules/enocean-dimming-modules/
For general information, please visit www.grealpha.com

About GRE Alpha:

GRE Alpha® Electronics, Ltd. specializes in the design and manufacture of solid-state lighting power supplies and lighting control accessories which are the lifeblood of indoor and outdoor LED lighting systems. With more than two decades of power conversion expertise and a commitmenttoinnovation, GRE Alpha engages with industry pioneers to deliver highly efficient, installation-ready and agency-approved LED power conversion products for a wide variety ofindustry applications.

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