Lutron Electronics’ EcoSystem H-Series LED driver features smooth, flicker-free dimming to 1 percent with a soft fade-on and smooth fade-to-black. Models are available for LED troffers and linear lighting up to 75W and downlights up to 40W.
Fulham Co. Inc.’s ThoroLED programmable LED driver has a handheld programmer that can set different current outputs for the drivers being used in luminaires, either stand-alone or connected to a computer. The HotSpot “All-In-One” LED driver/emergency battery pack provides standby battery backup in case of power interruption.
Philips Lighting’s Xitanium and Fortimo LED drivers have adjustable output current and offer dynamic active cooling through PWM protocol. The output current can be set by placing a resistor on the user’s LED PCB (Level 2 board). Versions are available with trailing edge and Touch and DALI dimming protocols. The flexible housing design offers screw-and-click mounting.
Cree’s LMD125 440-mA driver is designed to power the 850- and 1250-lumen LMH2 LED module. TRIAC dimming support is available for 100–120V and 230V options.
Wiha Tools’ BitFlip ¼-in. magnetic driver with strong rare earth magnets has storage for eight bits in the handle. The bit drawer flips out and turns bits toward the user for easy access. It is available in standard or insulated models with six bit assortments to choose from. It has a hardened steel shaft and an ergo cushion-grip handle.
Robotools’ D-handle 36V cordless impact driver has a reversible 30A motor and provides more than 2,500 impacts per minute and 450 ft./lbs. of torque. It runs on a lithium-ion battery and can make an average of 20-plus holes in a 10-in. diameter pole per charge. It weighs 12.5 lbs.
Lutron Electronics’ EcoSystem 5-Series LED digitally addressable driver provides two-way communication for light energy usage monitoring, LED module and driver failure reporting, and integration with building management systems. The driver makes it simple to manage energy usage.
Ledzworld’s MR16 Chameleon LED lChameleon driver adjusts to its environment by detecting the transformer type, analyzing its waveform and adjusting to make an electrical fit with that particular transformer. This feature makes the MR16 Chameleon retrofit lamps plug and play.