Products, Materials & Tools | Jul 15, 2016

New euroLighting LED Module with Particularly Low Flicker Index

The new LED module in AC technology from euroLighting scores highly with an extremely low flicker index of 0.029. An additional protective edge and an improved cap with click fastener increase safety even more. The module accommodates the LEDs and all the driver electronics on a board only 47 mm in diameter.

With power output of 15 W or 20 W, the DMA5001/5002 range is available in colour temperatures of 3,000 to 5,700 Kelvin. One module has a colour rendering index RA >90 and a Cosphi power factor of 0.98. It is only 4 mm in height, but together with the protection class 2 makrolon cover for protection of the driver ICs, the height is increased to 8.5 mm. This means that AC LED modules are well-suited for use in downlighters and interior lights of all kinds.

Their design provides one particular benefit, namely that all components of the driver circuit are accommodated together with the LEDS on the main board, which gives developers huge advantages for space-saving mounting in lamps. With a corresponding heat sink the operating temperature is 55.9°C, which means – at an ambient temperature of 21°C – the warming is only at +37°C.
The new modules are also available as plug-in modules in the Zhaga standard at euroLighting.

About euroLighting:

euroLighting GmbH from Nagold, Germany, focuses its sales and development activities on driverless AC technology. The LED modules in new AC technology are suitable for installation into any type of lamp and no longer require a conventional power supply.
Its range of products also comprises a multitude of modern LED lighting elements, including LED street lamps, the replacement of mercury vapour lamps (HQL lamps) through built-in modules, universal LED tubes for conventional and electronic ballasts, and LED area luminaries to replace square louvred fittings. All products are available in the new AC technology.

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