Components | Electronics | Driver Modules | Outdoor Applications | Nov 02, 2018

Inventronics Expands Narrow Input, Constant Voltage Driver Series

Inventronics is pleased to announce the expansion of their constant-voltage EBV Series to include 75 W, 100 W and 150 W models that operate at a narrow input voltage range from 176-305 Vac. Narrowing the input voltage range has allowed Inventronics to reduce manufacturing costs and offer significant savings to regions that do not require a universal input voltage range. This series of LED drivers are made with a compact, extruded-metal housing enabling more creative freedom on luminaire design. They are IP67 rated which is ideal in architectural, decorative and signage lighting projects.

The EBV-075SxxxSV series provides output voltages of 24 V, 36 V and 48 V and supply up to 75 W at output currents from 0-3.2 A with a full-load efficiency up to 90%. The calculated lifetime of these drivers at 70°C case temperature is 97,000 hours.

The EBV-100SxxxSV series provides output voltages of 12 V, 24 V, 36 V and 48 V and supply up to 100 W at output currents from 0-8.4 A with a full-load efficiency up to 92%. The calculated lifetime of these drivers at 70°C case temperature is 85,000 hours.

The EBV-150SxxxSV series provides output voltages of 12 V, 24 V, 36 V and 4 8V and supply up to 150 W at output currents from 0-10 A with a full-load efficiency up to 91.5%. The calculated lifetime of these drivers at 70°C case temperature is 83,000 hours.

All three EBV Series provide a higher input surge protection with 4 kV line-to-line and 6 kV line-to-earth and incorporates many added protections such as over-current protection, over-voltage protection, short-circuit protection and over-temperature protection.

The EBV-075SxxxSV, EBV-100SxxxSV and EBV-150SxxxSV is approved to CE, CB, ENEC, CCC, BIS and KS standards. They provide SELV output, are suitable for independent use. This series is not suited to be used in North America due to the narrow input voltage range. Production quantities of these drivers are available now. Additional information can be found on the Inventronics website at: www.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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