Tridonic LED modules are more efficient

Tridonic, lighting control, LED

Tridonic has launched second-generation versions of the TALEXenginer Stark QLE and LLE LED systems. They have been enhanced to offer 20% more lighting output and even better light quality. Introduced earlier in 2012, the square (QLE) version is ideal for wide-area illumination and long-run projects. The linear (LLE) version is designed for creating clear lines of light.

A variety of options give luminaire designers an alternative to T5, T8 and TCL fluorescent lamps. All versions will fit a wide range of lighting systems — from diffusers to louvre luminaires.

The LED module has an operating current of 300 mW but can achieve a light output that previously required 350 mA. The change to identical control gear with reduced output current reduces the power consumption of the luminaire by 20%. Continuing to run the LED module with an operating current of 350 mA increases light output by 13% while the luminaire’s power consumption remains constant.

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