Components | LEDs | Automotive | May 23, 2018

American Bright Introduces NEW EzyLED

American Bright, a global LED lighting solutions manufacturer, today announced a new series of EzyLED 3030. EzyLEDs are connected in parallel, and directly driven by a conventional 12V /24V DC source. For this series of low-to-medium powered LEDs, the IC is built into the LED chip design which dramatically reduces the additional circuitry and eliminates the need for on-the board IC driver and other passive components. Without the need for extra resistors, bridge rectifiers and current regulative diode, inventory management is dramatically reduced making this an ideal solution due to its simplicity and ease of use.

The EzyLED 3030 devices operate over a wide voltage range while the luminous intensity remains constant for 10.4V < Vin < 24V, and maintains approximately 50% of its nominal value when input voltage drops. These devices can actively modulate the power usage by decreasing the input current to avoid overheating. The input current, light output, and color temperature can stay consistent despite the exterior voltage changes or fluctuations.

Features and Benefits:

      • Patented LED chip design with built-in IC
      • Uses conventional 12V /24V DC voltage sources
      • EzyLEDs connected in parallel
      • Luminance and Correlated color temperature (CCT) remains
      • Built-in rectification for non-polar applications
      • Active thermal management
      • Wide Voltage input range for easy adoption
      • 12 V AC/DC: 10.5 - 24V
      • 24 V AC/DC: 22.5 - 36V

Applications:

    • Automotive: side marks, rear lamps, interior lighting
    • Indoor: Linear Lamps, down light, spot light, advertising
    • Outdoor: Architectural and General lighting

"We distinguish ourselves from other LED manufacturers by focusing on solving difficult LED display problems using the combined total capabilities of our organization." Mr. George Lee, President of American Bright Optoelectronics

About American Bright Optoelectronics Corporation:
American Bright Optoelectronics Corporation is a leading manufacturer in LED solutions with over 20 year of experience in global research, engineering, manufacturing and OEM solutions. We offer one of the industry’s largest selection of AC LED light engines, Horticulture lighting, IoT modules, PoE, Custom PCB assembly, Digital Signage, High Power LED, SMT Chips, PLCC, LED lamps, and IR products. To learn more about our products, visit americanbrightled.com

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