Products, Materials & Tools | Oct 09, 2008

VS Optoelectronics: High-Power 24 V RGB/CA System

The new High-Power 24 V RGB/CA system enables modular and highly flexible LED systems. The new system responds to the trend towards market harmonisation and simplification of LED control technology.

The modules require a 24 V DC operating voltage. Constant current control is effected via the circuit board and permits currents of up to 500 mA per LED. The modules are connected via an on-board push-in connector with matching connection cables.

The RGB system is based on the common anode system, which enables mixed operation of high-power RGB modules and low-power modules that are designed according to the common anode principle. The high currents of high-performance LEDs used in the system result in brightness levels of up to 390 lm during RGB operation. Typical application areas for the High-Power 24 V RGB/CA system include:

• general lighting
• installation in luminaires
• architectural lighting
• lighting for art
• entertainment
• shop lighting

About VS Optoelectronic:

Vossloh-Schwabe Optoelectronic GmbH & Co. KG has been established in 1979 as a distributor for opto-electronic components. Today, the company is part of the Panasonic Electric Works Vossloh-Schwabe Group. With its more than 25 years of experience in the field of LED technology, VSO is the competence centre for hi-tech LED technology within the PEW VS Group.

Spearheading the research, development and application of LEDs and LED chips, the company’s 4,800 m2 production facilities and administrative buildings are located at Kamp-Lintfort in the Lower Rhine region.

Cooperation with renowned partners, technological lead in the field of COB production and dedicated customer orientation ensure innovative products and solutions fully meeting customer requirements.
For additional information please visit VS Optoelectronic.

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