Tridonic highlights intelligent lighting at Frankfurt trade fair

Tridonic highlights intelligent lighting at Frankfurt trade fair

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At Light+Building, Tridonic will present itself as a manufacturer that offers long-term added value with consultancy, service and products from individual components to complete systems. The company will be showcase its comprehensive LED product portfolio for general illumination applications. It also extends the product range with LED light sources. in addition, Tridonic is further developing its electronic ballasts and lighting control products.

The LED portfolio for general illumination includes LED modules for use in linear and square luminaires and in spotlights and downlights. On show are the TALEXX-LED engines STARK QLE and LLE. Their height of only 6 mm will inspire manufacturers to create stylish low-profile luminaires. The dimensions of the square QLE version (270 x 270 mm) and those of the linear LLE version (35 x 270 mm) are ideal for creating individual configurations. Tridonic also has added integrated emergency lighting functions to these products.

As a specialist in control gear, the vendor has developed new generations of converters for light emitting diodes. High efficiency and low power losses are the main features. The product range includes devices for indoor and outdoor applications (type of protection IP67), luminaire installation and separate mounting.

With an intelligent DALI light management system, as demonstrated by Tridonic at the upcoming Light+Building, in combination with individually addressable and dimmable DALI control gear for lamps and LEDs the potential energy savings are enormous. By networking the system it will be possible to implement projects of virtually any size and number of connected luminaires with a multi-functional lighting control system.

Specifically, with the proDIM intelligent DALI light management system from Tridonic in combination with individually addressable and dimmable DALI control gear such as PCA EXCEL one4all or TALEXXconverter one4all for LEDs, energy savings of up to 80 % can be achieved. The heart of the proDIM light management system is the new cluster controller with its four DALI channels and integrated DALI bus supply. With this configuration, up to 256 DALI luminaires can be accessed. A DALI expansion unit is also available, raising the number to 500 via an internal bus. This removes the necessity to install a second cluster controller – an intelligent and cost-effective way of expanding the system.

With its new ECGs, Tridonic continues to demonstrate its expertise in this field by not just maintaining a series of products but by launching a genuine new generation of products.

The new series of dimmable control gear is equipped with numerous additional features and gives luminaire manufacturers and users even more options. With new digital interfaces, sensor functions and memory functions the devices meet all the requirements for dimmable light and open up countless possible applications. There is also clear segmentation, with allows for assignment to the individual requirements. Models in the PCA EXCEL one4all series are so versatile and convenient that they open up new lighting solutions. They provide maximum functionality within the luminaire and when integrated in system solutions. PCA ECO supports all the usual digital communication standard and combines performance with ecological and economical benefits. PCA BASIC stands for simple but efficient applications as an alternative to non-dimmable solutions.

Clearer segmentation is also being introduced for the Tridonic product portfolio of non-dimmable ballasts with the further improved xitec II processor. With the new Fixed Output generation Tridonic has improved the technical properties and therefore the overall efficiency of lighting systems. Tridonic will strengthen its market position with this new generation. The new generation with the PC PRO, PC TOP and PC TEC series will make it easier for luminaire manufacturers to enhance the functionality of fluorescent lamps and luminaires.


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