DALI lighting & LED drivers on show at electronica

24th October 2014
Posted By : Nat Bowers

GlacialTech has announced that the company will exhibit its latest LED drivers, DALI lighting components and SMPS at electronica 2014 in B2.139/5.

GlacialLight, the lighting division of GlacialTech, will present its latest bay lights and flood lights featuring powerful yet efficient CoB LED lighting technology. The company's Arcturus series bay lights are available in 30 and 50W models for low bay household and commercial use, as well as 110 and 220W variants for high bay industrial use. The energy efficient Navi series of flood lights will also be highlighted. Environmentally friendly alternatives to traditional mercury based flood lights, the Navi series is IP rated, CE approved and is optionally available with PIR Sensor activation.

GlacialTech’s power supply division, GlacialPower, will also be at the show, introducing a 200mA DALI bus power supply, the GP-DP004N-16V. Powering a full 64 DALI device network with power left over, the DALI lighting compatible power supply complements GlacialPower’s GP-DA02 DALI interface converter to help customers create DALI lighting networks.

GlacialPower will also be featuring its full lineup of energy efficient LED drivers, which offer features such as active PFC for power factors over 0.9, turn on times less than half a second and EU ErP compliance. The LED drivers are available in various wattages to drive almost any indoor or outdoor LED lighting application and have built in protections such as OCP, SCP and OTP.

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