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LED driver offers smooth dimming, reduced flicker

23 Jul 2014

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Elemental LED Inc. has released what it says is a fresh re-design of an electronic low-voltage dimmable driver as part of its Diode LED product line. The OMNIDRIVE reduces LED flicker and stroboscopic effects, adding full-range dimming performance for magnetic low voltage dimming switches, noted the company.

Dimming LED lighting with the same smooth, continuous, flicker-free performance as incandescent dimming has been a longstanding industry-wide challenge due to incompatibility between LED driver technology and common dimming controls. The OMNIDRIVE Electronic Dimmable LED Driver solves the top challenges for dimming LED lighting by ensuring smooth dimming and significantly increasing compatibility with dimming control systems.

The devices offer widespread compatibility with dimming switch technology including magnetic low voltage, electronic low voltage, incandescent/halogen, multi-way, and on/off switches. This is the widest range of control options, with the added benefit of flicker-free 10-100 per cent smooth dimming, added Elemental LED.

OMNIDRIVE Electronic Dimmable Drivers are available through the Diode LED nationwide dealer network. Elemental LED manufactures the Diode LED brand of LED products for the wholesale division, and offers expert project consultation, product customisation and in-stock, ready-to-ship products.

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