Acclaim Lighting’s wireless UDM-W multiprotocol driver is designed to enable conversions between popular control systems and allow for maximum control flexibility and integration with fixtures. Users have a choice between a wireless and wired DMX input by natively adding Acclaim’s Aria Wireless DMX technology. Adjustments in mode settings can be achieved by utilizing the onboard dip switches or RDM.
Osram’s Optotronic intelligent, compact LED driver has programmable auxiliary DC output, 1 percent dimming, LED thermal protection, an end-of-life indicator, soft start and a dim-to-off feature that turns off the driver when it is dimmed below a minimum level.
Universal Lighting Technologies’ PA driver provides 12V DC or 24V DC auxiliary output power. It can be programmed down to minimum dimming level of 5 percent. The software allows designers to customize PA driver parameters, such as minimum and maximum output currents, dimming curves, dimming control voltages and a dim-to-off command.
Inventronics’ 30W EUC Series, IP-66/67 rated constant-current driver is designed for low-power projects that do not require programmability. It has a metal housing designed for flood, wall packs and architectural decorative lighting applications. Other models include 26, 35, 40 and 60W.
Lutron Electronics’ Hi-Lume Premier architectural downlight driver with EcoSystem digital control works with small aperture downlights, smaller and lower-wattage linear and decorative luminaires. It offers flicker-free dimming down to 0.1 percent.
EarthTronics’ TB-2100, LED emergency driver for Type B T8 LEDs powers two lamps and installs in place of the existing ballast. It has a 90-minute rated battery life and recharges within 24 hours of a full emergency discharge. It comes with an illuminated test switch.
Thomas Research Products’ LBU series emergency driver provides 90 minutes of emergency lighting, It is UL-listed for factory and field installation and for dry and damp locations. It is available in 7W and 10W and in plastic and metal cases.