ERP Power LLC, a leading supplier of superior drivers for the lighting industry, has introduced the SPD series of surge protectors for a variety of applications. Let’s take a closer look at the SPD series and a companion product for outdoor applications.
Thermal management in solid-state lighting applications is a crucial part of the LED design framework because important system parameters like the light quality, output, and lifetime largely depend on it. When it comes to thermal design...
When it comes to LED drivers, the most frequently asked question is: What is the best location for mounting the driver? Well, there isn’t just one answer to that question, but there are certainly some factors that could help you determine the ideal spot.
Semtech, a global supplier of analog and mixed-signal semiconductor products for use in computers, communications, portable devices, medical and industrial equipment, offers an extensive product line of LED driver ICs for LCD display backlight application
What is the effect of properly fastening the driver to the heatsink? Let's discuss how to properly fasten the LED driver to the heatsink in order to sustain a good thermal contact quintessential for optimized thermal conductivity.
In Part 1 of ERP Power’s “Ask the Expert” video series, Vachik Javadian, FAE Director for the Americas, discusses Thermal design and how to make the best contact with the LED.
Be it a home, an office, or a hotel, connected lighting technologies are expected to command a whole lot of possibilities like personalized ambiance and freedom of positioning while saving time, money, and hectic installation efforts.
Our white paper explores the current state of the LED market and the entry of the high-intensity LED, its benefits, and potential application areas for solid-state lighting. We put special focus on Cree’s XLamp, the industry’s first high-intensity LEDs.
ERP Power LLC (ERP), a leading supplier of superior drivers for the lighting industry, introduced the next generation of LED drivers for outdoor lighting fixtures that are one-fifth smaller than other drivers in the same capacity range.
In addition to LEDs, a total light solution requires drivers, optics and thermal management components - all of which WPGA's team can assist you with to complete your project. Download our Line Card today.