New EVERLINE LED Drivers and Modules Come in Range of Sizes to Fit More Application Systems

Universal Lighting Technologies, Inc., recently announced the launch of its latest generation of high efficiency LED drivers and linear modules as an expansion of the EVERLINE family of lighting products. The new Zhaga and Zhaga-Hybrid LED modules and drivers will allow for easier installation of full featured, high-efficiency linear LED lighting systems with flexibility in multiple applications.

From 1x2 troffers to highbay lighting fixtures, the EVERLINE driver and module(s) configurations produce outputs from 1,000 to 10,000 lumens at efficacies far superior to any fluorescent systems.

The LED modules are available in 11-, 22-, and 23-inch overall lengths with different LED counts to provide additional lumen and efficiency options.

The LED drivers, with tunable constant currents, are available with 30W, 55W, 80W and 90W power outputs.

“In today’s energy-conscious environment, it’s important to offer your customers a range of high-efficiency products to choose from to fit their needs,” said Greg Bennorth, Director of Systems Product Management. “Not only do our new EVERLINE LED drivers and modules provide a high-efficiency solution to LED lighting systems, they also lend an invaluable freedom to the application process, with more design configuration choices as well as simpler installation.”

Additional benefits of the new products include high quality color and an exceedingly long rated life.

Outfitted with a tuning feature, the EVERLINE LED driver allows fixture manufacturers to design to specific target lumen levels by programming the driver’s output current. Analog dimming affords the end-user with controllable options to manage energy and lighting levels.

In fact, at the start of the year, Universal Lighting Technologies, Inc. relocated corporate office facilities and utilized these new LED technologies in troffer luminaires as well as downlights that incorporate EVERLINE LED Drivers and Chip on Board LED Modules with dimming controls.


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