Products, Materials & Tools | Jul 24, 2009

Vexica Launches Next OEM Module for Down Lighting

Following the launch of the VEX 130, Vexica, a UK based provider of SSL solutions, has announced the launch of the VEX 70. The VEX 70 is a small light engine suitable for indoor applications.

The high power LED light engine uses the company’s patent pending technology at the heart of the product. The VEX 70 delivers between 900 and 1350 lumens (colour temperature dependent) of LED light in a form factor that offers unrivalled lumen level and homogeneous light output.

Performance Data:
Light Source - High Power LED
CCT - 3K, 4K, 5K
CRI - 70 - 85
Beam Angle - 100 Degrees
LED Watts - 18
Materials - 6010/ABS Aluminium
Lumens - 900-1350
Driver Input Voltage - 12v AC/DC
Available in 3000k, 4000k and 5000k white LED colour options. This all in one OEM light engine includes an onboard 12v AC/DC LED driver suitable for use with either 12v PSU’s or halogen transformers. This onboard driver is fully dimmable and compatible with most conventional halogen dimmable transformers. Vexica offers the VEX 70 to OEM’s for various applications uses. The module can be designed around for use in down lights, track lights or general interior lighting applications.
About Vexica:
Vexica is a UK based manufacturer specifically setup for the supply for high power 'Solid State Lighting' based solutions for lighting industry product integration. Vexica's focus is to design, develop and manufacture energy efficient more environmentally friendly solutions. We aim to offer lighting manufacturers ease of integration and speed in route to market. Vexica offer a myriad of solutions that can be tailored specifically to an individual OEM requirement. Our core competencies include thermal design, thermal analysis, electronic LED driver design, reflector technology and LED light engine integration for multiple industries.
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