Seoul Semiconductor Introduces New LED Modules
Acrich3-based modules aimed at next generation of smart lighting
Seoul Semiconductor has announced the availability of new Acrich3 modules for residential and commercial lighting applications. According to the company the new advanced Acrich3 solution enables the next generation of Smart-Lighting systems with the ability to interface through a wide variety of wireless networks and sensors.
Seoul Semiconductor says that this technology does not require a complex AC/DC converter and can be operated directly from the AC mains, which simplifies designs, reduces component count and improves on the reliability of the luminaire. It also incorporates an analoge dimming input.
The new Acrich3 modules are based on the company's high voltage LED architecture with Acrich MJT series of LEDs. These modules are available in different lumen outputs and form factors to address a wide range of lighting applications from downlights to street and area lighting.
Kibum Nam, Vice President of product development, said: "The new Acrich3 modules from Seoul Semiconductor offer a complete solution for smart lighting systems with the Acrich3 IC and MJT LEDs. First launched in 2005 the Acrich technology has provided innovative solutions worldwide to a wide range of applications in the commercial, residential and industrial lighting environments. In the future, Seoul Semiconductor plans to introduce more products to further enhance the adoption of the Acrich technology."
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