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Anglia switches on new solid state lighting suppliers at LuxLive
Anglia is to unveil a raft of key new lighting suppliers at LuxLive (Excel, London, Nov 14-15 2018, Stand M2). The company has announced new supply partnerships with LG OLED, Samsung ARTIK and EFORE.
 

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TCI launches the VST DMX a dimmable driver for RGB LEDs

 

The world of LEDs is continually expanding, as is the TCI range of LED drivers. VST DMX is a driver which allows dimming via two systems, one by means of insulated DMX based on standard protocol 512 and another by means of 8 bit PWM push button, designed for more straightforward installations.

Features of traditional dimming (stand alone mode) are the possibility of using 16 preset and modifying the sequence speed by means of a dip-switch situated at the output, under the terminal cover.

VST DMX provides a total power of 36W and a 350mA current stabilized output which can pilot up to 10 LEDs for each of the three channels. Other features are its power factor >0.97, signalling LED of the DMX transmission status and show speed, synchronization quartz and protections.

For more information, or details on the full range of TCI products available from Anglia please call +44 (0)1945 474747 or email info@anglia.com

Alternatively, click on this link to go to the main TCI section where you can view other news articles and product data.

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This news article was originally published in September 2009.

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