Universal Expands Line of PW and PWX Series EVERLINE LED Drivers with Compact Case Size for Wireless Programmability of Downlight Luminaires

June 25, 2019

 Universal Lighting Technologies, Inc., a global leader in lighting and a member of the Panasonic Group, today announced the expansion of its PW and PWX Series of wirelessly programmable EVERLINE LED drivers for indoor lighting applications.

Ideal for commercial applications, such as open office spaces and conference rooms, the new compact can size is ideal for small form factor linear luminaires and recessed downlights.

The compact can PW and PWX drivers are UL Class P listed, and available in 20, 30 and 55-Watt power levels. Both drivers feature 0-10V dimming with minimum dim level below one percent. Additionally, the PWX drivers feature low (<0.5W) standby power consumption when in the dim-to-off state and provide 1.2 W of auxiliary output power at 12Vdc or 24Vdc.

“There is a growing market for controllable lighting that does not need the full feature set of a digital LED driver,” said Kevin Boyce, director of product management for LED Drivers at Universal Lighting Technologies. “By expanding our portfolio to include compact can sizes we now offer even more options of programmable drivers from linear luminaires to compact downlight luminaires.”

Universal’s PW and PWX Series of LED drivers allow custom configuration of lumen levels and dimming curves for OEM customers’ needs through programmable features including output current, dimming level, dimming curves and dimming control voltage. The PW and the PWX Series drivers can be programmed quickly via Universal’s EVERset™ software and tuning wand.

For more information on the EVERLINE LED PW and PWX Series of Drivers visit www.unvlt.com.

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