Components | Electronics | Driver Modules | Bluetooth | Tunable White Light | Dec 06, 2019

Upowertek Launched 30W Tunable White LED Driver

Upowertek launched a new product - 30 W tunable white LED driver BPR series. It has two channel output, which controls the warm and cold LED modules separately, users could adjust the color temperature and intensity by cellphone, remote controller and wall switch.

Features of the BPR-030 series tunable white LED driver:
•    Supply Voltage: 90-305 Vac
•    100,000Hour Life @ Tc=75°C
•    7 Year Warranty
•    1% Dimmable
•    Dim Off with 1 W Standby Power
•    Low Inrush Current
•    Class II Driver
•    Safety according to EN 61347-1, 61347-2-3, 61347-2-13, 62384

Tunable white LED lighting adjusts color temperature to produce a suitable environment for human being according to different time or location. There are a numerous reasons why tunable white lighting might be preferred for an architectural space. Tunable White lighting is lighting that can dynamically change CCT through controls. This enables the creation of scenes and modes that can be aligned with key activities or follow the rhythm of the day.

Built-in with wireless control modules like Tuya Pro BLE module, BPR-030 series supports Bluetooth Mesh, and all the LED lights can be controlled individually or in group.

If you would like more information about our this new tunable white LED driver, other products or our company, please feel free to contact us at sales@upowertek.com or visit upowertek.com/

About Upowertek:

Upowertek is a high-tech company which has been dedicated in high quality and intelligent LED drivers for several years. The headquarter include sales, R&D and logistics is located in Binjiang District, Hangzhou, which is a famous high-tech zone in China.

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