LED light engines from CML simplify the use of LED technology

21st November 2006
Posted By : ES Admin
 LED light engines from CML simplify the use of LED technology
New Power LED light engines from CML-Innovative Technologies (CML-IT) make moving to LED technology easy. SSL light engines can include all the elements required to implement an LED-based lighting product – LED, lens, driver circuitry, heatsinking and packaging – meaning that all designers need do to benefit from this low power, long life technology is to connect up to the appropriate power source.
Targeted at a wide range of general lighting applications, the modular line of Solid State Lighting (SSL) light engines is addressing key levels of SSL integration and is specifically aimed at OEM’s using lighting in their designs. Designed for use as spot-lights for point-of-purchase and cabinet/display case lighting or for general illumination applications such as architectural, landscape or task lighting, the SSL light engine family from CML-IT is ideal for customisation towards specific customer and application requirements.

SSL light engines comprise a range of LED modules featuring 1, 3, 4, 9 or 14W Power that can be combined with a range of custom or standard drivers and include heat sinks where required. High efficiency custom or standard driver boards featuring compact designs can be adapted to specific application requirements. Several different fitting options (metal core PCB, host fixture mounting and wire leads) are available, making integration of the family of SSL light engines extremely quick and easy.

The 14W Power LED module used for the SSL light engine family from CML-IT features the equivalent lumen output of a 35 Watt incandescent bulb. All Power LED modules are available with narrow and wide secondary optics and in several colours of cool white, warm white, blue, cyan, green, amber and red. All devices feature consistent unit-to-unit colour temperature and offer a service life of 50,000 hours.





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