Tridonic LED modules go to fourth generation

Published:  05 July, 2017

Tridonic. lighting, LEDs

Tridonic’s fourth generation of the DLE Advanced LED module can achieve an efficacy of 185 lm/W, a 12% increase. Users can select the most suitable LED driver, depending on the application. Typical applications are general lighting, office lighting and lighting side rooms.

The accompanying white diffuser ensures a very uniform and neutral light appearance, with a choice of 2000 or 3000 lm and colour temperatures of 3000 or 4000 K.

These LED modules are also available as a PCB module or with a Zhaga-compliant enclosure.

Dimmable or fixed-output drivers are available as independent or recessed versions. Integrated digital interfaces such as DALI and switchDIM allow integration into higher-level systems or simple reduction of energy consumption via a switch.

A CRI of 80 and MacAdam 3 ensure good colour quality and consistency.

For more information on this story, click here: July 2017, 172

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