Sylvania’s Quicktronic QHE LED T8 120-277V driver features a lead-free solder and manufacturing process. It operates in temperatures between –4°F and 122°F. The parallel circuitry keeps remaining lamps lit if one or more goes out. It eliminates wrong-voltage errors, and the input frequency is 50/60 Hz.
Fulham’s WorkHorse LED-connected driver is a programmable 40W, 0–10V constant-current driver. Using web and iOS apps, users can customize lighting control parameters in accordance with site-specific needs and building energy codes.
Keystone Technologies’ 120V/227V pocket driver is the smallest constant voltage LED driver available to power signage. The compact form minimizes shadowing and is available in two SKUs. The small size eliminates the need for remote mounting.
Lutron’s Hi-lume driver provides smooth, flicker-free 0.1 dimming and a soft-on, fade-to-black feature. There are options for cove, linear and downlight fixtures, and the control terminals protect from miswires up to 277V. The nonvolatile memory restores all settings after power failure.
Lutron’s T-Series LED downlight driver can control up to 50W and can be programmed to control fixtures that operate between 1,500K and 6,500K. It enables users to specify tunable white lighting. It is designed for environments such as workspaces and educational systems. It enables users to change the look and feel of a space by changing the color temperature of...