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Extreme reliability is our selling point.”


Intense heat, freezing cold, dust clouds, hail and lightning - outdoor and industrial luminaires must withstand harsh conditions as well as everyday stress from varying temperatures, moisture and physical contact. Futhermore, luminaires are increasingly used as valuable data collectors for city and building management systems. And in outdoor applications, where service and maintenance is costly, reliability is an absolute must. We help you meet all these challenges.


Rock solid Our robust Xitanium LED Xtreme drivers are specifically designed to withstand powerful vibrations, high moisture levels, driver case temperatures of up to 90°C and severe power surges (up to 10 kV). This results in an industry-leading 100,000 hours lifetime, a survival rate of 90% and a five-year warranty. These are powerful arguments for customers who want to minimize the need for costly repairs.


D4i compliant SR drivers For those who manage ‘smart cities’ and ‘smart buildings’ we offer our expanding range of SR drivers. We’ve just upgraded our full SR compact portfolio to D4i: including standardized memory banks from DiiA part 250 (DALI power supply), part 251 (asset management info), part 252 (energy metering), part 253 (diagnostic information) and AUX (auxiliary supply). This enables standardized, intelligent, and connected LED luminaires. Some SR drivers also feature IntelliStart. It’s a new way to connect multiple drivers or luminaires to a single miniature circuit breaker without installing expensive inrush current limiting devices in distribution cabinets - or extra, labor- intensive road and street cabling. Also, the basic programmable range is expanding with higher wattages (75 W and 110 W drivers), with SimpleSet and AOC programming targeting more straightforward outdoor applications. Our lite programmable configuration offers a carefully-selected feature set which can be applied in many applications. For complete flexibility with a wide range of features, choose the full programmable LED drivers. These product ranges provide unrivalled efficacy and superior specifications and features, such as SimpleSet technology to effortlessly configure the driver without turning it on. Moreover, the external SPD range has been extended with serial versions and we are updating our Xitanium IP65 and IP67 class-I drivers in Europe. And finally, our new SR outdoor drivers can be combined with the new EasyAir outdoor modules and feature a new universal SR connector - a future-proof solution that can be phased in, as and when investment becomes available.


Paul Sloekers Product manager xtreme drivers


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