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Harvard Engineering Cool LED Driver

Leeds based Harvard Engineering plc has announced the launch of a new Cool-LED switchable LED driver. Part of the CoolPower range, it is the first of a series of LED products that the company plans to integrate into its already extensive product portfolio.

Cool-LED drivers provide a high performance solution for powering high-brightness LEDs from a mains supply. The high efficiency design ensures cool operation and long life, whilst the compact enclosure is available with screw-less cable clamps for fast assembly or an integral version. The product is aimed at the professional lighting sector.

The well regulated output current will typically power a series string of between 3 and 12 LEDs, with a 1w to 3w rating up to a combined voltage of 48V. Current level can be selected during installation and there are versions which can be switched between current levels via Presence Detectors or an external switch. The Class II driver delivers up to 33W of power (string of 3-12 LEDs), with surge protection up to 4kV.

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