Integrated Downlight Module provides low output ripple

28th July 2017
Alice Matthews

Designer, developer and manufacturer of energy saving lighting solutions, Harvard Technology, has launched what it claims to be its most innovative solution yet, the Integrated Downlight Module (IDM). The IDM delivers a full amalgamation of LED technology including a driver on board, integrated heat sink and plug and play connectors in one – to provide high performance lighting output, quick assembly and lumen output to deliver substantial energy savings.

The solution has a 90 LED array which is designed for 1,000-3,000 lumen downlights, making it suitable for a wide range of applications.The module is available in 80 and 90 CRI on request.

Featuring an integrated universal input LED driver on board, the Integrated Downlight Module delivers market leading performance of up to 140lm/w and 2,700-6,500K colour temperature options. While the on board light engine can provide 3,000 lumens, with power consumption of only 22W with an efficacy of 136lm/w.

A highly efficient design provides low output ripple and can fully support wireless dimming from 100% to one percent by DALI, 1-10V or Harvard Technology’s wireless lighting control solution EyeNut.

The IDM has been designed and engineered for quick and simple installation, with plug and play adaptor variants for Europe and the US offered.

Tim McKernan, Head of OEM sales at Harvard Technology, said: “We are extremely excited to have introduce the Integrated Downlight Module. The solution has been developed to provide customers with market leading lighting performance, as well as a greater level of flexibility and freedom to tailor to the requirements of any application.”

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