Programmable Driver from Harvard Gets UL Seal of aApproval

CLS50 driverHarvard Technology has introduced the company’s latest innovation in the CoolLED range, a Class II UL approved 50 Watt programmable LED driver.

The new low ripple driver is available in two variants, 200-700mA and 700mA-1400mA, which cover the entire range. A key feature is that it’s current can be programmed via the hardware, or the software for faster more accurate flexible currents.

Surge protected up to 4kV, users can program the drive current in 1mA increments by using the software programming tool, with smooth programmable linear dimming or logarithmic dimming to 1% or off, ensuring significant savings can be achieved by reducing energy consumption.

Drive efficiency performance at 88% at full load optimizes cool operation, longer life and class leading system efficacy. Flicker is also eliminated thanks to driver design. A wide input voltage range of 15Vf to 58Vf makes the new 50W driver suitable for a variety of applications including, but not limited to, commercial offices, education, campuses, retail, warehousing and manufacturing.

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