Featured | Components | LED Modules | Oct 12, 2017

Edison Opto Unveils a Variety of AC Modules

Edison Opto Corporation, the company provides a full range of LED lighting products, is proud to announce a variety of breakthrough AC module products. To meet customers' various demand, some products feature dimming function, and the others emphasize flicker-free solution. These AC modules can be broadly used in commercial lighting, residential lighting, or office lighting.

One AC module product, Constant Power Circuit, with flicker-free solution (Percent flicker < 30%) ensures steady power consumption. Power consumption only changes by 3% while voltage changes between 220 V and 300 V. Therefore, this module can be efficiently applied at voltage unsteady area. Edison Opto also introduces other ultra-low flicker product, ULF Circuit, at 18 W and 24 W. ULF Circuit features high system efficiency and high power factor (PF >0.95). The most important of all, it presents ultra-low flicker which is approximate to 0%.

Furthermore, by integrating dimming function and flicker-free system, Edison Opto also releases Dual Voltage Circuit. Dual Voltage circuit can work on different voltage (120/230 V and 120/277 V) in various countries with flicker-free solution (Percent flicker < 20 %). Besides, Compatible with triac dimming and 0-10 V dimming, this module can satisfy customers' dimming requirements.

What's more, Edison Opto also releases AC COB Module with dimming system, Dim to Warm Circuit. Alike the effect of halogen lamps, Dim to Warm Circuit with high CRI (CRI > 90) is able to adjust color temperature between 2000 K and 3000 K. This module can also produce the even light distribution.

As one of the pioneers in Taiwanese LED lighting market, Edison Opto always keeps offering customers a full range of AC Module series to impress customers. For more information, please visit www.edison-opto.com or contact the Edison Opto sales representative at service@edison-opto.com.tw

About Edison Opto:

Edison Opto from New Taipei, Taiwan, was built in 2001. The company's mission is to provide with customers the complete LED lighting product line, which ranges from components, AC/DC modules, light strips, street/outdoor lighting, and automotive lighting. In particular, it established the integrated lighting design manufacturing service, LDMS, to help customers manage every issue while designing LED lighting products. To provide prompt delivery service, Edison Opto has also established factories in Dongguan and Yangzhou. Moreover, the company has also set up a subsidiary in USA to expand the service domain.


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