Components | Electronics | Driver Modules | Feb 24, 2017

Inventronics EDC Series Driver for the Challenging Power Conditions in the Indian Market

Inventronics is a global company that operates on a local scale in the communities it does business in. It works closely with customers to ensure it provides the correct driver for any application. Inventronics is pleased to announce the release of a 60 W series of constant-current LED drivers created specifically to handle the challenging power conditions in the Indian market.

The new EDC series offers a high level of protective functions including Input Over Voltage Protection (IOVP) and Input Under Voltage Protection (IUVP). This helps protect against poor power quality supplied to the LED driver, which then protects the luminaire, resulting in less maintenance costs.

The new EDC-060S105STM is certified to BIS standards facilitating safety certification for the end user. Inventronics understands the struggles of the Indian electronic designer and offers a high level of market leading input protection capable of handling voltage swells up to 440 Vac for up to 48 hours. The EDC series provides an IP66 rating and is equipped with a compact metal case enabling them to protect against dust and particles and a high level of protection against water and humidity.

The EDC-060S105STM series includes 3 models of constant-current drivers that can supply up to 60 W at output currents from 700 to 1050 mA with a full-load efficiency up to 90%. The calculated lifetime of these drivers are 112,000 hours at 75°C. They operate from 140-305 Vac, are suitable for Class I Luminaires and have a Total Harmonic Distortion (THD) under 10% which reduces the pollution of the power grid. Production quantities of the EDC-060S105STM are available now.

For a full datasheet please check the Inventronics website (www.inventronics-co.com ) or contact the company at sales@inventronics-co.com

About Inventronics:

Headquartered in Hangzhou, China, Inventronics is a world class enterprise specializing in the design, manufacture, marketing and sales of reliable & innovative LED driver products, now a leading supplier of LED drivers to the global market. Learn more at www.Inventronics-co.com 

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