Products, Materials & Tools | Feb 28, 2012

New LED Systems: Square and Linear

Tridonic is launching two new LED systems that offer particularly high efficiency and flexibility, namely TALEXXengine Stark QLE and LLE. These square (QLE) and linear (LLE) versions can be used separately or in combination. The LED systems provide luminaire designers with completely new creative possibilities but they can also be used as replacements for existing T5, T8 and TCL fluorescent lamps – instantly achieving greater system efficiency.

Both versions have a luminous efficacy of up to 100 lm/W. Dimensions of 270 mm x 270 mm (QLE) and 35 mm x 270 mm (LLE) make these 6 mm thin LED modules ideal for individual lighting solutions. They can be used as single modules, in multiple module arrays or in combinations of both versions – anything is possible. The square version is perfect for long-run luminaires, and the linear version is ideal for creating clear lines of light. All versions will fit a wide variety of lighting systems, from diffusers to louvre luminaires.

Warm white and neutral white:
The LED systems are available in warm white (3000 K) and neutral white (4000 K), in each case with excellent colour rendering of CRI > 80. In warm white they achieve a brightness of 1190 lm at an efficiency of 93 lm/W; in neutral white the figures are 1250 lm and 98 lm/W. Each module contains 66 LEDs arranged so that they produce an pleasant uniform light. The principal applications are offices, foyers, educational establishments and factories.

Simple wiring and mounting:
The modules can be connected to one another and to the appropriate converters via special terminals and cable penetrations and returns. Up to 6 LED modules can be operated in series with just one converter. The converters, either for luminaire installation or surface mounting, are specially matched to the LED modules.

About Tridonic:
Tridonic, headquartered in Dornbirn/Austria, develops, manufactures and markets equipment for a wide range of light sources, lighting management systems, LED solutions and connectors. Through its active partnership, outstanding service competence and technical expertise Tridonic enables its customers to implement lighting solutions of superior functionality and economy.
In the 2010/11 fiscal year, 2300 employees in 30 locations achieved sales of 437 million euros. More than 250 development engineers create intelligent lighting concepts based on sophisticated systems and products. More than 570 inventions and over 2000 patents are ample evidence of the powers of innovation of Tridonic. Customers include luminaire manufacturers, manufacturers of products that incorporate lighting, architects, electrical system designers, lighting planners, electrical contractors and wholesalers.
The history of Tridonic stretches back more than 60 years and is a success story with many highs. Today, true to its slogan “enlightening your ideas”, Tridonic is synonymous with outstanding products and services related to the fascinating subject of light.
For more information go to www.tridonic.com.


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