Components | Electronics | Driver Modules | Indoor Applications | Jun 05, 2018

ULT's Everline PW Linear LED Drivers Offer Functionality and Flexibility with Wireless Programming

Universal Lighting Technologies, Inc., a global leader in lighting and a member of the Panasonic Group, recently introduced its PW Series of wirelessly programmable Everline LED drivers for indoor linear lighting applications.

The PW Series of programmable LED drivers are available in 20, 30, 55 and 80 Watt power levels. They feature programmable output current and relative 1 percent dimming with optional dim-to-off functionality.  Notable programmable features include output current, dimming level, dimming curves and dimming set points. OEM partners can use Universal’s EVERset software and tuning wand to quickly program the drivers, providing greater functionality and flexibility for fixture design-ins.

“Universal Lighting Technologies continues to lead the lighting industry with an innovative line of LED drivers that represent the best in flexibility and functionality in today’s marketplace,” said Kevin Boyce, Director of Product Management for LED Drivers at Universal Lighting Technologies. “PW Drivers are specifically designed for linear troffers in open office spaces, conference rooms, suspended luminaires and low ambient industrial luminaires.”

With easy programmability and read back functionality, OEM partners can configure customized lumen levels and dimming curves for their specific customers’ needs. PW Series LED drivers are UL Class P listed and are rated for Class 1 and Class 2 control wiring.

For more information on Universal Lighting Technologies, visit www.unvlt.com

About Universal Lighting Technologies, Inc:

Universal Lighting Technologies, Inc. a member of the Panasonic group and a subsidiary of Panasonic Lighting Americas, Inc., engineers, manufactures and markets innovative solutions for commercial lighting across North America, including LED drivers, LED modules, fluorescent, HID and connected devices using wired and wireless technology. Universal’s EVERLINE® LED retrofit continuum provides a range of solutions for upgrading fluorescent to LED. With over 70 years of experience, the company is recognized for its commitment to quality and customer service. Learn more about Universal at www.unvlt.com

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