New Chip-on-Board modules with the best temperature
Tridonic's seventh generation SLE ADV modules benefit from chip update resulting in better efficiency, longer life and better thermal management – all with excellent color creation. Modules can be used with surfaces that emit 9 to 15 mm (LES 9 to LES 15) of light, and variants of 17 and 21 mm are set to be monitored soon.
Tridonic is updating its portfolio of Chip-on-Board modules for spot and downlights. The seventh generation of SLE-ADV modules is impressive with 14 percent more efficiency, longer lifespan and improved, intelligent thermal management based on existing Chip-on-Board technology. Another feature of the series is the excellent coloring process. Dimmable modules cover color temperatures of 2,700, 3,000, 3,500 and 4,000 K. They reach peaks at color temperatures of 3,000 K and 4,000 K: with a yield of 191 lm / W and CRI> 90, they show unrivalled performance levels.
Higher light flux and excellent color quality
The higher efficiency of modules means they need less power than before to provide defined lumen values. Depending on the module size, color temperature and current flow, they can achieve light flux up to 6,180 lm. In addition to high light flux and excellent light quality, all modules also offer a high level of color consistency corresponding to MacAdam 3. Compatible with and allowing tridonic's various SELV constant current drives adapted to modules.offers many different lighting solutions. SLE G7 ADV modules with relevant drivers show their flexibility and strength, especially in stores and stands, as in different areas of the tourism industry.
Currently, the module series covers all light emitting surfaces from 9 to 15 mm. The LES 13 and LES 15 models will be available in a durable new D50 body that provides a more balanced connection between the chip and the body and provides better thermal conductivity. 5 years warranty for the entire module