Components | Electronics | Driver Modules | Indoor Applications | Jul 26, 2018

Inventronics Expands Flicker-Free, Tight Tolerance Dimming LED Driver Family

Inventronics releases a new programmable IP20 LED driver series ideal for indoor projects such as panel, troffers, downlights and other fixtures requiring a compact driver and a lower profile. The new LUG-040SxxxDTE is an expansion to the existing low power, indoor programmable LED driver portfolio.

Designed to offer OEMs complete driver flexibility, they provide full power at almost any output current range from 800-1500 mA from 40 W down to 28 W. With a tight tolerance in the low dimming range, this series offers flicker-free, smooth dimming to 10% giving it a consistent light quality performance.

OEMs benefit from the added convenience of the UL Class P certification, increased competitive advantage, and reduced inventory SKUs. They are also Class 2 recognized which increases safety while reducing materials cost. With a compact form factor and color-coded terminals, the product facilitates safe and easy installation.

The LUG-040SxxxDTE operate over a 90-305/127-250 Vdc input voltage and are approved to UL, FCC, CE and Class P allows it to be used in many countries around the world. They are highly reliable and have a calculated lifetime to be at least 100,000 hours when operating at 80% load with a case temperature of 70˚C. Production quantities are available now. For a full datasheet please visit the Inventronics website at 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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