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LED DriversThe MicroDriver Series of LED drivers from Seoul Semiconductor Co. Ltd. are ideal for lighting designs such as wall sconces, vanity lights, downlights and flush-mounted lighting fixture applications. 

The MicroDriver Series’ smaller size facilitates the conversion of these applications to LED light sources, which was not previously possible due to bulky conventional LED drivers, making halogen lamp replacement possible without the need for a large volume recess for the driver or a reduction in light output.

The devices deliver >24 W of output power with a power density of 20 W/in.3. The MicroDriver is 80 percent smaller than conventional LED drivers, giving lighting designers the ability to develop ultrathin and novel luminaires with flicker-free operation.

The device is available in 10 models, rated for 8 to 24 W in 120 or 230 V, for LED assemblies from 900 to 2400 lumens.

Photonics Spectra
Jan 2018

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