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LED Drivers and Enhanced Versatility


Inventronics has announced the expansion of the ESD family of Controls- Ready, high input voltage LED drivers to include models delivering a full 480W at a wide output current range between 1.5-10.0 A. The new ESD-480SxxxDT series operates over a 249-528Vac input range making it ideal for a multitude of projects in varying geographical locations. It provides absolute cost savings with full-load efficiency up to 95% and eliminates the need for a step-down transformer within the lighting fixture.

The ESD-480SxxxDT drivers are equipped with Controls-Ready features which provide a 12V/200mA auxiliary output and dim-to-off capability with ≤ 0.5W standby power consumption. The benefits of these features to OEMs and lighting designers are decreased installation space and reduced fixture costs by eliminating the need for a secondary power supply and an AC switch or relay to turn the drivers on/off. For more energy savings, they provide dimming functionalities such as 0-10V, PWM and 3 timer modes, making them more versatile than traditional LED drivers and allowing easy integration into smart lighting applications.

The ESD-480SxxxDT supplies 6kV line-to-line and 10kV line-to-earth surge protection which provides a stable and reliable performance, regardless of the environmental factors. They are IP67 rated, TYPE HL drivers making them a rugged option for harsh indoor and outdoor lighting applications including sports arena, horticultural, port and high mast lighting. They feature over-voltage, short-circuit, and a self-recovering internal and external over-temperature protection while also including output lumen compensation and thermal sensing for LED modules. This results in less maintenance and no power recycling.

Contact FacilitiesNet Editorial Staff »   posted on: 7/8/2019


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