Products, Materials & Tools | Aug 16, 2016

Inventronics Upgraded 60 W Slim Programmable DALI LED Drivers with Dim-to-Off

Inventronics has announced the release of a family of 60 W slim, programmable, constant-current LED drivers for panel and linear lighting. This can include classrooms, office buildings, hospitality, doctor’s offices and museums. These 2nd generation drivers were redesigned to have a longer life and more compact size resulting in greater design freedom.

The LUD-060SxxxBS2 series can be programmed for Dali or push dimming and has 5 constant-power models to deliver the full 60W at almost any output current from 385 mA to 2100 mA. The output signal has been upgraded to use Constant Current Regulation (CCR) with low ripple which provides a higher quality of light allowing each model to offer low flicker free dimming down to 5%. They also provide a 12 V / 200 mA auxiliary output and dim-to-off with ≤ 0.5W standby power consumption, making it ideal for operation with a wide variety of sensors and controls for even greater energy savings. These products all operate over a 90-305 Vac input range and provide excellent power factor correction (0.99 at 120 V and 0.96 at 220 V).

The high efficiency and robust thermal design of these drivers enable them to run cooler, significantly improving reliability and extending product life. The lifetime of these drivers is calculated to be at least 107,000 hours when operating at 80% load with a case temperature of 60°C.

To help ensure trouble-free operation, these drivers also feature over-voltage and over-temperature protection for both driver and external LED array, and short-circuit protection. The slim metal housing is IP20 rated, making this 60W DALI LED Driver a perfect choice for indoor applications.

This new series is approved to UL, ENEC, TUV, CE, FCC, CB, Circle K, Double Insulation and DALI standards.

Production quantities of LUD-060SxxxBS2 are available now. For a full datasheet please check the Inventronics Website 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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