NXP’s Solid State Lighting Solutions Bring New Levels of Efficiency to Industrial, Warehouse and Street Light Applications

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NXP’s Solid State Lighting Solutions Bring New Levels of Efficiency to Industrial, Warehouse and Street Light Applications
NXP Semiconductors N.V. announced an addition to its broad GreenChip™ SSL family of products, the GreenChip SSL4101T controller IC, which offers new levels of professional-grade performance for Solid State LED lighting power supplies.
The GreenChip SSL4101T enables LED lighting for medium to high power commercial and professional applications with industry-leading performance in Total Harmonic Distortion (THD) of less than 20 percent, a high Power Factor (PF) of .99, and high efficiency of 94 percent.

“Today’s LED luminaire manufacturers are demanding increased power supply efficiency at lower costs in order to address new LED application segments,” said Jacques Le Berre, director of marketing and business development, lighting solutions, NXP Semiconductors. “GreenChip technology lies at the heart of NXP’s cost-effective, highly-efficient power and lighting ICs. The newly announced GreenChip SSL4101T offers a professional-grade solution with levels of efficiency of up to 94 percent, which is enabling LED adoption into a wider-range of professional lighting applications such as high bay and low bay lighting found in warehouses; and street lighting, where brightness and dependable illumination are essential.”

The GreenChip SSL4101T is based on NXP’s unique high voltage process and enables direct start-up from the rectified universal mains voltage in an effective, eco-friendly way. The multi-chip module contains both a flyback controller and a controller for Power Factor Correction, and provides high efficiency at all power levels. The new GreenChip SSL4101T is ideally suited for LED lighting applications that require a very efficient, low THD, high PF, true universal input voltage and cost-effective power supply solution ranging between 10 W and 300 W.


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