Components | LED Modules | Jul 26, 2017

Fulham Offers Luminaire Designers Optimized LED Modules

Whilst there is a wide variety of standard sizes and standard powers and outputs of LED modules available on the market, most luminaire designers would agree that bespoke made-to-measure LED modules are preferable from a performance and design perspective. This is where Fulham’s service in providing bespoke LED modules comes into its own.

Fulham is not simply a PCB manufacturer placing LED semi-conductor components onto boards, but is a leading manufacturer of LED drivers. This means that luminaire manufacturers can work with Fulham to the exact design criteria required, ensuring that the best fit, shape, fixing, size and PCB material is used, with the best suited LEDs and array of LEDs and layouts to match with the most optimised driver combination. In this way there are no compromises of the sort that would inevitably come into play if the luminaire manufacturer was to select a standard, off-the-shelf LED module.

Fulham has much experience in working directly with luminaire manufacturers to produce these bespoke LED modules, matching them to drivers to result in best possible optimisation of efficiency, light output, life, reliability and lumen maintenance. Such compatibility results in the lowest cost base, high specification solutions for luminaire manufacturers, giving them the best commercial advantage.

Fulham’s LED modules are designed for optimum light output and efficiency, and PCB material selection ensures the best thermal management of the LED components for the assurance of extended LED life. Luminaire designers can of course choose any shape; linear, square, round, half round etc. with a wide choice of LED colour temperatures and CRI. Optional diffusers are also available.

Further information on bespoke LED modules is available from Fulham on +31 72 572 3000 by emailing europesales@fulham.com or visiting the company’s website at www.fulham.com

About Fulham:

With headquarters in California, Fulham is a global manufacturer and supplier of intelligent and socially-conscious sustainable lighting components for OEM lighting fixtures manufacturers. The company engages in research, development and product innovation, has worldwide manufacturing, and employs 800 people in North America, the Middle East, Europe, and Asia. Its lighting components are featured in many lighting manufacturers’ luminaires including commercial and industrial, emergency, signage, refrigeration and street lighting.

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