LED Controllers

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Create tighter beam angles with higher lumen density

Create tighter beam angles with higher lumen density
Enabling customers to create tighter beam angles with higher lumen density at a lower cost than was previously possible, the LUXEON MZ high-power emitter has been announced by Philips Lumileds. It features a forward voltage of 11.2V, a small light emitting surface of 4.2mm diameter and an undomed design to deliver smaller beam angles.
28th February 2014

DALI interface converter offers PWM or DC outputs

DALI interface converter offers PWM or DC outputs
Suitable for controlling 3-in-1 (DC/PWM/Resistor) LED drivers, the GL-DA02 DALI interface converter has been introduced by GlacialLight. As an indoor digital lighting control system, the GL-DA02 converter is well suited for applications such as office buildings, conference rooms, factories and intelligent home lighting.
18th February 2014

DALI to PWM signal converter for LED lighting

DALI to PWM signal converter for LED lighting
Responding to the increased demand for DALI control for LED lighting applications, MEAN WELL have introduced the DAP-04 series to make it possible to control LED lighting fixtures with DALI. Equipped with both DALI dimming and push-dim functions, the device converts the DALI signal transmitted from the controller to PWM, and then the PWM signal can control the lighting fixtures through the “3-in1 dimming” interface.
3rd January 2014


NXP Brings High Efficiency to 12V MR16 Lamps with Dimmable LED Controller

NXP Semiconductors today unveiled the SSL3401 – a dimmable single-stage controller IC for retrofit MR16 LED lamps using 12V AC mains. The SSL3401 offers compatibility with an exceptionally wide range of dimmers and transformers – working with over 80% of the most common combinations – in a compact form factor that fits in all common available MR16 GU5.3 and AR111 housings and sockets. Supporting an ambient temperature range up to 105ºC, the SSL3401 also provides temperature rollback protection. Based on NXP GreenChip™ technology, the SSL3401 generates a stable and accurate current while dimming down to below 5% of maximum light output in most common practical situations. While maximum lamp power depends on the thermal design of the lamp, a typical 7W MR16 LED lamp using the SSL3401 achieves THD below 15%, power factor above 0.9, efficiency up to 78% and LED ripple current below ±10%.
19th June 2013


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