Harvard Receives Blanket UL Approval for Light Engines

Harvard Engineering development and manufacture of LED drivers and control products for the lighting industry, has received blanket UL safety approval for any LED light engine.

The approval means that Harvard (and the company’s customers) will no longer have to go though the UL certification process for each new LED light engine developed, resulting in new products arriving to market much more quickly.

As a specialist in the manufacture LED drivers, Harvard can also optimise the number of drivers needed in a light engine system, cutting costs down further.

Harvard’s highly regarded and efficient modular light engines are compatible with DALI and 0-10V Analog dimming, and come with simple push wire connections and multiple fixing points. The company also offers a tailored service which means a light engine can be designed to a customer’s specific requirements within four weeks.

Antony Corrie, Vice President of Harvard Engineering Americas, commented, “We are delighted to have received this approval, which combined with our extensive knowledge and expertise in both lighting and engineering, will allow us deliver market leading tailored solutions to customers across the Americas. Being able to market with automatic UL approval is a significant advantage for our customers.”

All of Harvard’s LED light engine and driver packages also come with a 5 year warranty.
 

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