Products, Materials & Tools | Feb 18, 2011

New Excelsys Ultra-Compact LED Drivers Now Available with a 5 Year Warranty

Excelsys Technologies, leaders in high efficiency power supply design, announces the introduction of the LDV series of ultra compact LED drivers. The new LDV series products can deliver up to 92W of output power in the smallest package size available in the market today, just 28m high x 40mm wide. These waterproof IP67, Class 2 LED drivers offer industry leading efficiencies of over 90% and are ideal for space critical applications including commercial refrigeration, retail and office lighting as well as environmentally harsh outdoor and urban lighting.

The first two products in this new family are the LDV075-024SN, offering a 24V/3.125A output and LDV100-024SN rated at 24V/3.830A both measuring just 28m high x 40mm wide. Additional output voltage and current models are set to follow soon extending the orange from 60W to 200W output power.

Standard features include a universal input over the range 90-264VAC, constant output voltage, typical efficiency of 91%, IP67 rated LED Class 2 device to UL 1310, typical power factor of 0.95, over current, over voltage, short circuit and over temperature protection. All Excelsys LDV products carry a 5 year warranty.

Dermot Flynn, Director of Sales for Excelsys Technologies, comments. “We are continuing to invest in the development of high efficiency, high reliability power solutions for LED lighting applications to keep up with growing demand from existing and new applications. We can now meet the specific requirements of most commonly used LED lighting systems which continue to grow in popularity, offering long-life, low-energy light sources especially suited to industrial and commercial buildings, signs and displays. The ultra compact size of our new LDV LED drivers makes them ideal drop-in replacements for existing lighting systems.”

Typical applications for the new LDV series of LED power supplies from Excelsys include in-store food display and mood lighting applications, outdoor signs, flat and wide screen street advertising displays, in-store media channels in retail shops, including hyper-marts, supermarkets and convenience stores, high bay lighting for conference centres, hospitality industry and general industrial and retail building architectural lighting solutions. 

About Excelsys Technologies:
Excelsys Technologies design and manufacture electronic power solutions for the leading global manufacturers of Medical, Industrial, Military, Communications and Lighting equipment. Excelsys products are available from an extensive network of the world’s leading Electronic Distribution companies. Visit www.excelsys.com/ to find your nearest distributor or call Excelsys on +353 21 4354716.

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