DeWalt’s DCD999B 20V Max XR ½-in. brushless, cordless hammer drill/driver features a spotlight mode with a 20-minute shutoff function for extended work in dark or confined places. There is a ½-in. ratcheting nitro-carburized metal chuck with carbide inserts for bit-gripping strength. It has a 3-speed, high-performance transmission.
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.
Fulham’s DirectAC self-contained LED light engine supports power ratings from 120 to 277V. It has a driver integrated on the circuit board, making it a low-profile option for wall sconces and ceiling luminaires. It is available in 10W, 15W, 23W, and 34W round configurations as well as a 15W, 4-by-7-in. rectangular configuration.
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.
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.
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.