Southwire Tools’ two-piece, magnetic nut driver set comes with 1/4-in. and 5/16-in. magnetic nut drivers. They have hollow, 6-in. shafts for screw clearance and comfort-grip handles for improved torque.
Thomas Research Products’ 75W LED driver has a long form that matches T5 fluorescent ballasts. It has 0–10V dimming capabilities and is available in constant-current, dimmable and constant-voltage versions. It is rated for indoor use in dry or damp areas.
Philips' LED indoor downlight and track drivers are available in 4–50W. The housing is designed for junction-box mounting in downlights and slim housings for incorporation into track housings. They feature 0–10V or leading/trailing-edge dimming and have an interface for programming features.
Fulham Co. Inc.’s HotSpot Plus LED driver and emergency system functions as a 40W constant-current LED driver in standard mode. It has a programmable output current range of 250–1,400 mA, which can be set using a portable, handheld controller or with a PC using advanced programming software.
Klein Tools’ high-visibility Hi-Viz drivers feature glow-in-the-dark handles, which help users locate tools in dark or dimly lit places. The handles charge in either natural or artificial light, creating a bright glow that lasts more than 30 minutes. The chrome-finished Hi-Viz drivers come with a cushion-grip handle. Available models include a No. 2 Phillips screwdriver, ¼-in.
Magnitude Lighting Converters’ Class 2 LED voltage driver offers a wide range of output power from 20–96W in 12/24V DC. It is fully dimmable with any standard MLV/incandescent TRIAC (leading-edge) dimmer switch and delivers flicker-free dimming. UL-listed, it includes a wiring compartment with two knockouts, which eliminates the need for a J-box.
Lutron’s 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. Digital controls filter electrical noise. It meets NEMA inrush standards, eliminating false breaker tripping.
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.