The Area and Linear Driver is Designed to Meet World-Wide Standards
Dornbirn, Austria — Tridonic, a leading global provider of smart and efficient lighting solutions, today introduced a new 200 W LED driver to the ADVANCED product series. This high-performance component for industrial luminaires has been added to Tridonic’s industrial portfolio. The 0-10 V dimmable driver offers universal input voltage range, IP 67 protection and high temperature resistance. This new driver is designed for high bay factory and warehouse illumination, as well as, outdoor canopy applications such as gasoline filling stations and sports facilities.
In combination with Tridonic’s high-lumen CLE or QLE high-bay modules, reliable system solutions can be created that combine high-efficiency with low standby losses, high dielectric strength and a long service life. Hence, the driver boasts efficiency of more than 94 per cent. Thanks to its dimensioning, just one module and just one driver are sufficient to produce a lumen output of up to 26,000 lm when combined with the CLE and QLE industrial modules. A long service life of up to 70,000 hours and an extended protection level of 2 kV against bursts and 6 kV against surges ensure high reliability and very little maintenance effort, which is especially called for in industrial environments where luminaires are difficult to access. In addition, functions such as over-temperature and overload protection as well as short circuit and no-load protection ensure safe operation.
The driver is enclosed in a rugged cast aluminium housing (240 x 68 x 37 mm) and allows dimming of the lighting via the 0-10 V interface. It combines resistance against harsh environmental conditions required for industrial applications with many years of reliability and high energy savings. The manufacturer grants a guarantee period of 5 years. This driver is now commercially available world-wide.
The independent LC 200 W 1050 mA UNV ADV IND constant current LED driver for luminaires featuring protection class 1 meets the requirements of IP 67 protection and is able to withstand both dry and damp and even wet environmental conditions at temperatures between -40 and 65°C, which makes it perfectly suited for industrial indoor and outdoor applications. Its maximum output power is 200 W, its maximum output current 1,050 mA. Thanks to the universal input voltage range from 110 to 277 V and certifications under CE, ENEC, CCC and UL, the driver is the ideal choice for world-wide use in various industrial applications.
As a globally leading supplier of intelligent and efficient lighting solutions, Tridonic supports its customers and business partners on their way to success by providing intelligent, impressive and sustainable lighting. Our lighting components offer premium quality, maximum reliability and considerable energy savings, helping our customers gain a huge competitive edge.
Tridonic introduces innovative products and state-of-the-art lighting solutions to the market on an on-going basis. 95 per cent of our research and development projects are dedicated to the development of new LED systems and technologies for interconnected lighting. Thanks to our sound knowledge base and our know-how in the sphere of vertical lighting applications (such as retail, hotel/restaurant, office and education, outdoor and industrial applications), leading luminaire manufacturers, architects, electrical consultants and lighting designers, electrical engineers and wholesalers rely on Tridonic when it comes to both indoor and outdoor lighting.
Tridonic is the Zumtobel Group’s technology company and has its head office in Dornbirn, Austria. During the 2016/17 financial year, Tridonic reported sales in the amount of EUR 377.2 million. 1,590 highly qualified employees and sales partners in more than 50 countries all over the world reflect the company’s commitment to developing and introducing new, intelligent and interconnected lighting systems. With over 40 million lighting points installed per year, Tridonic plays a decisive role in interconnected lighting as a key element and important infrastructure for the “Internet of Things”.