Products, Materials & Tools | Sep 10, 2012

MuRata Announces Commencement of Mass Production of General-Purpose 25W LED Lighting Power Supplies

Murata Manufacturing Co., Ltd. will launch mass production of power supply modules for LED lighting. The power supply modules are for the most commonly used 25W class and have achieved a compact size and light weight. They are compatible with a range of current values.

These products will be on display at CEATEC JAPAN 2012, which will be held at Makuhari Messe in Chiba Prefecture from October 2nd to 6th.

• Simple construction: Insulation and PFC circuit use only a single converter
• Compatible with a variety of output current values: Compatible with 6 different output currents
• Lightweight: Only 140g
• Worldwide input: Compatible with 90-267V AC; can be used anywhere in the world
• Insulated type: Have acquired PSE (plan to acquire other standards)

• Power supplies for indoor LED lighting

LED lights, which consume less power than conventional incandescent and fluorescent lights, are rapidly growing in popularity. LED specifications vary greatly in output voltage and current even in the same wattage class. In response, Murata has developed a series of identically shaped power supply modules for the most commonly used general-purpose 25W class that are compatible with many specifications.


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