Featured | Products, Materials & Tools | Dec 23, 2015

Lifud Introduces New Flicker-free 5 Years Warranty LED Drivers

In December 2015, Lifud expands its portfolio of flicker-free LED drivers with the addition of 7 W-60 W LF-GIRxxxYS series. And this series is featured with very good flicker-free effect while maintaining a very cost-effective design.

Similar to Lifud typical version 5 years warranty LF-GIRxxxYI and LF-GIRxxxYK series, the LF-GIRxxxYS series is also backed by 5 years warranty category based on 24 hours operating time.  And this series fulfills the customers demand of flicker-free LED panel light, down lights, ceiling lights, etc.

Due to input voltage of AC 220-240 V, the LF-GIRxxxYS series are suited for most of countries of high input voltage power grids including Europe, Australia, Southeast Asia and China local markets.  And the certifications of CE, TUV, GS, RCM and CB are available.  The LF-GIRxxxYS series is featured by very good flicker-free effect.  And in the lab testing condition, the flicker-free co-efficient can reach as low as 0.4%, THD can be as low as 6%, efficiency up to 91%.  And the ambient temperature Ta is upgraded to be 50℃ which means the driver can reach 50,000 hours lifetime if it is working under the room temperature of 40℃.  These electrical parameters make the Lifud LF-GIRxxxYS series stand out among international competitors' similar products.

The LF-GIRxxxYS series will be mainly promoted with its screw terminal version, IP20 with convenient installation. Also the screw terminal with strain relief has an upgraded design, which enables fastened installation with both round wires and sheet wires. Its input power is ranged from 7 W to 60 W and this series includes 9 different model numbers with output voltage range DC 27-40 V and DC 40-55 V. 

For more details we would like to invite you to visit LIFUD booth on the coming Frankfurt Light + Building Fair held during March 13th-18th, 2016 and LIFUD booth number is 10.1 E65.  And in this fair, you can also get to know Lifud intelligent LED drivers.  Or you may also visit http://www.lifud.com/products.aspx?ProductsCateID=319&CateID=103&CurrCateID=103&parentcateid=103.

About Shenzhen Ledfriend (Lifud):
Shenzhen Ledfriend is a professional manufacturer and solution provider of indoor application LED drivers located in Shenzhen of China.  With 800 staff and 50 engineering staff, the ISO9001:2008 certified factories cover an area of 33,000 square meters and have an annual production capacity of 20 million pieces.  Ledfriend now has been certified as a national high-tech enterprise.  And it’s also a member of Shenzhen LED Industry Association and Shenzhen Illuminating Engineering Society. 
Lifud is an international high quality LED driver brand. And it is focusing on the 7W-80W constant current LED drivers particularly for indoor application such as LED panel lights, LED down lights, LED tube lights, LED tri-proof lights, LED corn lights, LED high bays and etc.  And Lifud sticks to the quality policy of excellent quality, continuous innovation, complete service and creating values for customers.

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