Products, Materials & Tools | Oct 14, 2010

The New Philips Fortimo Light Engine Modules are Available Now

Future Lighting Solutions announced today the availability of Philips Fortimo light engine module family of products with their associated drivers and cables.

These Philips Fortimo light engine modules address the needs of many lighting applications, such as downlighting, accent lighting and spotlighting, while enabling energy savings. They are designed for ease of integration into new or existing luminaires and deliver high quality illumination with enough lumens to compete directly with conventional alternatives.

The Fortimo Module system is future-proof. The latest advances in LED efficacy can be easily implemented without changing the driver, the dimensions of the LED module or the lumen output. This means stability for the luminaire manufacturers and reassurance for lighting designers and specifiers that the Fortimo module system will remain available for their projects in the years to come.

“Our enhanced portfolio offering comprised of Philips light engine modules, drivers and controls will assist our customers in accelerating time to market,” said Gerry Duggan, Executive Vice President of Future Electronics, the parent company of Future Lighting Solutions. “It also advances our mission of simplifying and promoting solid-state lighting development.”

Samples are available immediately from Future Lighting Solutions. See http://www.futurelightingsolutions.com/fortimo for more information.

About Future Lighting Solutions:
Future Lighting Solutions (www.futurelightingsolutions.com) is a leading provider of LED lighting components and support services for solid-state lighting products and installations, including engineering expertise, concept development, full system solutions and online tools that accelerate quality application development. The company is a division of Future Electronics.

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