Bi-level dimming control

The SD1 Series LED module by Thomas Research Products works with two standard wall switches to allow bi-level step-dimming of LED luminaires.

04/08/2013


The SD1 Series LED module by Thomas Research Products works with two standard wall switches to allow bi-level step-dimming of LED luminaires. Courtesy: Thomas Research ProductsThe SD1 Series LED module by Thomas Research Products works with two standard wall switches to allow bi-level step-dimming of LED luminaires. The SD1 is ideal for situations where quick switching between 100% and 50% output is needed, such as occupancy sensor applications. It works in conjunction with any 0 to 10 V dimmable LED driver, from any manufacturer. The SD1 is designed to give manufacturers and facility managers new options for additional control of their indoor lighting. TRP's step-dimming module features 100 to 277 Vac universal voltage input and low insertion loss.

Thomas Research Products 

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