Manufacturer Products

Fulham’s WorkHorse LED driver enables users to program output current, dimming curve and lowest dimming percentage. Advanced programming features include step dimming, dim-to-off, DMX address, grouping and more.
Acclaim Lighting’s AL driver 4 is a four-channel, pulse-width-modulation dimming driver for low-voltage LED products. It can receive DC input from 12–24V DC and dims each channel using DMX. It controls up to 5A of multicolor LED product and can operate at temperatures from 14–122°F.

Thomas Research Products’ narrow linear LED light engine is designed for standard luminaire form factors for cove, undercabinet and sign lighting applications. It is made of flexible boards, so it can be cut to length. 

Cree’s LMD300 900-mA driver is designed to power the 2,000- and 3,000-lumen LMH2 LED module. It is available with digital-addressable lighting interface (DALI) and DALI touch or 0/1–10V dimming options.
Harvard Technology’s CoolLED CL40-DALI OF-style power-factor corrected, Class 1 LED driver delivers up to 40W of power. It is open- and short-circuit protected and self-resetting over temperature trips. It has DALI terminals on the mains side and a dip switch to select one of two current levels. 

Lutron’s EcoSystem Type K ballast can be used to dim T4 quad- and triple-tube, 4-pin lamps. It communicates using an EcoSystem digital bus and connects directly to sensors and controls. It has end-of-lamp-life protection circuitry and a non-volatile memory, which restores all settings after a power failure. 

Keystone Technologies’ constant wattage LED emergency backup driver drives 5W (nominal) LED loads for a minimum of 90 minutes. It has short-circuit-overload and open-load protection, a test switch and charging indicator light. 

Osram’s PrevaLED Core AC G2 spot-, down- and wall-mount light engine and module requires no external driver or cables. It has a protective glass cover and a reversible thermal shutdown feature. It is installed with a poke-in wire connection, so no special connectors are needed.
Philips’ Advance e-Vision 20–150W low-frequency HID ballast constantly measures and adjusts wattage. It has an intellivolt input range of 120–277V and a metallic enclosure for thermal dissipation. It is thermal-protected, internally fused and output-short-circuit protected with lamp end-of-life shutdown.
Universal Lighting Technologies’ electronic sign ballast is a replacement for magnetic ballasts in existing T8HO and T12HO illuminated signs. It is designed to be used in a series of up to six 4–8-ft. lamps. It features rapid-start operation, active power factor correction and universal input voltage (120 to 277V AC).


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