New DC to DC LED Driver Products

Press Release
Wednesday, January 09, 2013

Thomas Research Products has introduced two new DC to DC LED Driver product lines. 

 

Thomas Research Products is a manufacturer of SSL power solutions.



The LDC Series of DC to DC LED drivers are designed for smaller applications. The first offering is 25W. Several different models are available, in constant-current and constant-voltage versions. Building on TRP's expertise and experience in LED Drivers, these units offer the same high quality, performance and long life as their existing driver lines.



The LEDDC Series of drivers offers the flexibility of DC or AC input, allowing them to be utilized in a wider variety of applications. Initial availability includes 25W and 60W models, in constant-current (fixed or dimmable) and constant-voltage versions.



Like all LED drivers available from TRP, these products are designed for high quality, long life, high efficiency and to be cost-competitive.

 


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