Harvard launches new DualDim drivers
The DualDim drivers are Harvard's most advanced LED drivers to date, delivering 50W of cool power with Analogue and DALI Dimming, allowing end users industry leading efficient control of their LED lighting systems. The power factor corrected, class II CL50 and CLR50 drivers also have fully-isolated, SELV output and are initially available as 700mA, 1000mA, 1200mA and 1400mA variants.
The new drivers and variants have been developed hand-in-hand with leading lamp and gear manufacturers, including GE, Xicato and Toshiba. The drivers are also compatible with all other major LED modules.
Michael McDonnell, sales and marketing director Harvard Engineering, commented, “Our new DualDim drivers are at the forefront of the market, and we are looking forward to adding to the range in the coming months, which will ensure we continue to remain ahead of our competitors.”
All of Harvard’s CoolLED drivers provide a high performance solution for powering high-brightness LEDs from a mains supply.
For more information, visit http://www.harvardeng.com/
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