Compact LED drivers

Published:  04 August, 2010

Helvar, LED driver

A series of compact and versatile LED drivers from Helvar provide power to LED applications with an efficiency of over 80%. The have a universal power supply and dual current output of 350 and 700 mA. These drivers are designed to provide sustainable and future-proof lighting solutions and can be combined with Helvar’s system solutions to provide easy switching control via relay units and Helvar button panels and TouchPanel applications.

Applications of these drivers include lobbies, corridors and entrances using LED downlighters, retail spotlights and emergency lighting.

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