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Light Engine

Photonics Spectra
Oct 2010
OptoElectronix Inc.Request Info
 
OptoElectronix Inc. has unveiled its LED-based plug-and-play ULE5000 LightDisc light engine that enables luminaire manufacturers to accelerate adoption of low-power solid-state lighting for commercial and consumer light fixtures. It delivers the same light output as a 90-W incandescent bulb at one-third the power and has a 50,000-h life. The 8-in. disk is suitable for bowl luminaires. The self-contained module has a fully integrated power supply for quick connection to light fixtures. It includes the LED, thermal management, optics and proprietary control circuitry. It is available in warm white or cool white light. Its integrated 120-VAC power supply means installing a LightDisc module in a light fixture is as simple as connecting two leads and the ground wire to the fixture. Light fixture manufacturers can easily replace the traditional ballast, sockets and bulbs with just one part. The module is UL-recognized under File E323412 under the requirements of UL8750 and UL1598.


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GLOSSARY
luminaire
A complete unit containing a light source, globe, reflector, housing, socket and other necessary components for lighting.
power supply
Refers to the voltage and current necessary for the operation of circuit devices.
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