Stontronics will be exhibiting at LuxLive for the third year running yet have a different story to tell this year. As well as introducing the latest additions to their LED driver collection and showcasing their custom LED strip solutions for OEMs, Stontronics will be making their first appearance as part of Stadium Group since they were acquired in August.
The recent acquisition has given Stontronics access to a wider range of power supplies and specialist LED products, increased custom design capabilities and expertise and access to Stadium’s global integrated electronic manufacturing services for complete box build supply.
LuxLive is Europe’s biggest annual lighting event showcasing the latest in LED lighting technology and this year it joins forces with Strategies in Light Europe and new architectural lighting event, lightspace dot London making it the biggest ever show, with more than 300 exhibitors.
Martin Dodd, Operations Manager, Stontronics, comments: “LuxLive is a great showcase for our growing range of LED Lighting product. It’s an excellent opportunity to meet existing and new customers and look for emerging trends and technologies in this fast moving market.”
“We are very excited to present ourselves as part of Stadium Group at this year’s show as we can now offer our customers access to complementary technology solutions: wireless M2M connectivity; intelligent interface and display systems; global PCB assembly and box build; fully customised power products; and our vast range of standard and semi-customised power products.”
At the Stontronics stand (C34), visitors can expect to see their range of LED drivers, including the constant current LA range offering outputs from 350 to 1750mA and the LV range of constant voltage drivers with outputs from 12 (at 400mA) to 24VDC (at 3.25A). The LA and LV ranges are cost-competitive class II LED drivers rated to IP67 and PFC available on selected models. Dimmable LED Drivers offering control via 0-10V programming, PWM control and leading or trailing edge resistance will also be shown. These drivers have short circuit and over current protection.
Perhaps most noteworthy is the company's wide range of LED strips for point of sale and illuminated display applications. The team will be on hand to present the complete range, which includes multi-colour, flexible, rigid and waterproof variants, and will talk through the options for custom packages with bespoke wiring looms, LED strips and LED drivers offering a complete solution, or their standard off-the-shelf OEM kits.