Products, Materials & Tools | Oct 25, 2016

Espen Technology Launches First Dimmable LED T5HO Type C Lamp & Driver System

Espen Technology, the leader in linear indoor retrofit products, has released the first dimmable LED T5HO Type C lamp and driver system, in the industry. As part of Espen’s CoreTech product line, the new T5 & T5HO programmable driver systems offer advanced dimming, with 0-10V and/or AB dimming.

Benefits of the CoreTech T5 lamp and ballast system:  
•    DLC Listed
•    5-year Warranty
•    Same wiring as a fluorescent lamp and ballast system
•    UL 1598C safety listed
•    No mercury, no UV
•    Suitable for Dry and Damp locations
•    Instant On
•    60,000 hours with no on/off cycle limitations

The 4’ LT5 lamp series is offered with real glass tubes for the true look and feel of legacy T5 and T5HO lamps.  Three lumen output levels are offered:  1900, 2300, or 3300 initial lumens.  All of these LED T5 lamps provide 240 degree beam angles, 82 CRI, and system efficacy of 125 lpw.  The lamps ends can be reversed (no polarity) for easier installation.

"We’re seeing a tremendous market response to this dimmable LED T5HO system.  There just hasn’t been a Type C dimmable solution like this for T5HO, until now." said John Clancy, VP of Sales at Espen. 

Detailed product information and specifications for these LED T5 lamps and drivers can be obtained by emailing jclancy@espentech.com or visiting www.espentech.com

About Espen Technology:

Espen Technology Inc. is a company dedicated to designing and manufacturing high quality, high performance linear LED lighting components.  With operations and facilities across the world, Espen Technology offers competitive products with the highest quality. Headquartered in Southern California, Espen Technology is able to offer personalized sales, expert technical support, and efficient logistics to all of its customers.  LED products are designed and perfected with pride in the United States.

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