LED T8 Tube 8W
September 5, 2015
Architectural Entertainment & Decorative Lighting
January 10, 2016

G3 Series
Wattage 15W~150W
Features • Miniature size, non-PFC
• High reliability, 5G vibration, 70℃ operation
• 300VAC input surge, all using 105℃ capacitors
• Suitable for critical applications
• 2 outputs are isolated for RID series

NE Series
Wattage 15W~350W
Features • Economical non-PFC models
• Miniature size with complete protections
• Economical models with complete safety certificates

LRS Series

Wattage 35W~350W
Features • Non-PFC, complete protections
• Most economical models with safety certificates
• No load power consumption: 0.2W~0.75W
• Ultra compact and 1U low profile
• Operating altitude up to 5000 meters
• Compliance to IEC/EN60335-1(PD3) and IEC/EN61558-1, -2-16 for household appliances (35~150W)

SE Series
Wattage 100W~1500W
Features • Non-PFC, complete protections
• Economical medium to high power models with safety
certificate

PFC Series
Wattage 75W~750W
Features
• Built-in active PFC function
• Full range input, complete functions

Moving Sign
Wattage 150W~400W
Features • Built-in active PFC function (HSP/HDP series)
• Output voltage:
2.5V, 2.8V, 3.6V, 3.8V, 4.2V, 5V for HSP series
4.2V, 5V for HSN series
2.8V, 4.2V, 5V for NEL series
24V, 36V, 48V for ERP-350 series
2.8V / 3.8V for HDP series
• Suitable for high efficiency moving sign applications
• Conformal coating (HSP/HDP/NEL/HSN series)
• Semi-potted and design against rain splash (ERP-350)

SPV Series
Wattage 150W~1500W
Features • Output voltage programmable from 20~110%

U-Bracket
Wattage 150W~500W
Features • 1U low profile
• Built-in active PFC function
• Fanless design

LED Driver

OWA Series
Wattage 60W~120W
Features
• IP67 design for power body
• 90~264VAC input (180~264VAC input for OWA-120E)
• No load power consumption <0.15W
• Energy efficiency Level VI
• E-Type: meet CoC Version 5 (OWA-60E/90E);
comply with EU ErP
U-Type: comply with EISA 2007/DoE and NRCan
• Class II design, without FG
• 2 pole USA plug (U type)/ EURO plug (E type)
• 5 years warranty

CEN Series
Wattage 60W~96W
Features • 90~295VAC input, built-in active PFC function
• Metal case, IP66 design for indoor or outdoor installations
• User adjustable output voltage and current level
• Suitable for LED street lighting and outdoor LED lighting
applications

All other model specs are available upon request.

About Power Supply
Power consumption is always an attractive factor when it comes to using LED (Light Emitting Diode) lighting modules. This is because one of the major benefits of using LED is that it is more energy efficient, requiring very low electricity current and lesser than conventional bulbs.

LED lights can be easily installed and combined where necessary. However, one module that needs careful consideration is in the power supply as using an unsuitable one would cause damage and inefficiency.
The LED power supply must be appropriate in order to ensure better quality output and to ensure proper regulated current used by the LED.
The most common type of power supply is called the Constant Current type which is mostly called the LED Driver. This module is the most popular type of power supply
used in a majority of LED lighting modules today which is at times referred to simply as the LED power supply.
The LED driver will connect a series of LED lights in a linear pattern. From there, it will need the Constant Voltage driver to control the LED circuits which is formed in a cluster configuration.
Meanwhile, the Constant Voltage power supply can be used in certain situations which are more commonly seen in industrial and commercial environments. The Constant Voltage power supply is more suitable for heavy duty situations like backlit billboards, large screen LED displays and in direction and traffic lights.
The LED Power Supply is an extremely important module in LED lighting not only because it channels electricity to the bulbs but because it is the regulator and the supplier of the illumination. Unlike incandescent light bulbs, electricity is not use to generate heat where LEDs use electricity mainly for illumination purpose. Hence, the right amount of energy coming in would be vital to ensure that the brightness and illumination is constant and even.