Universal Lighting Technologies, Inc. announced that the IES Progress Committee has selected the PWX driver family for the 2019 Progress Report. The program recognizes products, research and activities that exemplify significant technical advancement in the art and science of lighting.
Universal Lighting Technologies’ PWX drivers are UL Class P listed, and available in 20W, 30W and 55W power levels for compact cans and 20W, 30W, 55W and 80W power levels for linear cans. The drivers feature 0–10V dimming with minimum dim level below one percent. Additionally, the PWX drivers feature low (<0.5W) standby power consumption when in the dim-to-off state and provide 1.2W of auxiliary output power at 12Vdc or 24Vdc.
“We see the controllable lighting market growing, as you are seeing very feature-rich controls that do not rely on the full feature set of a digital LED driver,” said Chris Holstein, Vice President of Product Management. “It is truly an honor to be recognized by IES alongside many of our esteemed colleagues, representing a commitment to efficiency, innovation and significance to the lighting industry.”
Universal’s PWX Series of LED drivers allow custom configuration of lumen levels and dimming curves for OEM customers’ needs through programmable features, including output current, dimming level, dimming curves and dimming control voltage. The PWX Series drivers can be programmed quickly via Universal’s EVERset™ software and tuning wand.
To find additional information on the EVERLINE LED PWX Drivers, visit: www.unvlt.com.