Posts Tagged: led drivers

integrated system technologies

ISTL has some interesting multi-protocol, centralized LED driver products available. The White Knight 36 is the world’s first LED driver to integrate an advanced control system alongside a powerful 1000W driver stage, capable of controlling up to 36 independent output channels with

integrated system technologies

ISTL has some interesting multi-protocol, centralized LED driver products available. The White Knight 36 is the world’s first LED driver to integrate an advanced control system alongside a powerful 1000W driver stage, capable of controlling up to 36 independent output channels with

inductive power for LED systems

A colleague of mine (thanks JM!) forwarded this interesting UK-based startup called Isotera, which is developing a “contactless” wiring system for architectural LED lighting.  Here’s Isotera’s own system description: “Using ultra-efficient and reliable bulk power conversion by a single Power

inductive power for LED systems

A colleague of mine (thanks JM!) forwarded this interesting UK-based startup called Isotera, which is developing a “contactless” wiring system for architectural LED lighting.  Here’s Isotera’s own system description: “Using ultra-efficient and reliable bulk power conversion by a single Power

nema ssl1, ssl6 & ssl7

For lighting designers who are concerned about dimmer capability with LED drivers, they should take the time to research NEMA’s latest efforts.  NEMA has developed two standards and is currently developing a third, covering different aspects of LED drivers and dimming. Here is the

nema ssl1, ssl6 & ssl7

For lighting designers who are concerned about dimmer capability with LED drivers, they should take the time to research NEMA’s latest efforts.  NEMA has developed two standards and is currently developing a third, covering different aspects of LED drivers and dimming. Here is the

finsix (onchip power)

  See this MR16 lamp?  Notice that tiny driver next to it?  Now imagine that this tiny driver is actually a complete AC to DC, dimmable LED driver.  Amazing, isn’t it?  And this is the very near future for the

finsix (onchip power)

  See this MR16 lamp?  Notice that tiny driver next to it?  Now imagine that this tiny driver is actually a complete AC to DC, dimmable LED driver.  Amazing, isn’t it?  And this is the very near future for the

lucept roundup: 5 tech-focused lighting startups

LEDs have jumped many hurdles over the past decade.  Output, quality and price have all hit the marks needed for widespread adoption.  Socket and module standards are quickly evolving.  So what’s next? The next great revolution in the LED business will

lucept roundup: 5 tech-focused lighting startups

LEDs have jumped many hurdles over the past decade.  Output, quality and price have all hit the marks needed for widespread adoption.  Socket and module standards are quickly evolving.  So what’s next? The next great revolution in the LED business will