Adura LED Solutions Announces Color Tunable LED on Board Modules

 

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Adura LED Solutions announced a new line-up of High Power LED on Board (LoB) modules for Indoor and outdoor Lighting that features color tunability and increased design compatibility. The new module 2024C LoB can be driven from 50-250 W using variety of 3535 packed LEDs from Cree, Nichia, Lumileds, Seoul Semiconductors, Samsung and other LED suppliers.

“Our new 2024C LoB modules provide an optimal Thermal solution for lighting manufacturers by using our patented SinkPAD TM II PCB Technology and Copper substrate (400 W/mK thermal conductivity). The new color tuning module 2024C offers wide range of lighting benefits and flexibility such as significantly reducing heat from the LED (SinkPAD TM II PCB Technology), the small size and high light density to enable more compact Fixture designs, "said Abdul Aslami of Adura LED Solutions.

The demand for tunable white light is increasing because customers are now well aware of the benefits of having a tunable white light that match the progression of natural daylight from cool day light in the morning to warm light at night for residential, commercial, retail, hospitality, studio, stage, museum and industrial application.

The new LoB module (2024C) is available in form factor (38x38 mm), and compatible with third party company LoB module holders, lenses and provides high-quality lighting in diverse beam angle options.

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