Constant voltage LED driver

Hi-lume Premier 0.1% constant voltage driver is an LED driver with smooth, flicker-free 0.1% dimming and Soft-on, Fade-to-Black dimming.

06/06/2016


Hi-lume Premier 0.1% constant voltage driver is an LED driver with smooth, flicker-free 0.1% dimming and Soft-on, Fade-to-BlackTM dimming. Courtesy: Lutron ElectronicsLutron Electronics' Hi-lume Premier 0.1% constant voltage driver is an LED driver with smooth, flicker-free 0.1% dimming and Soft-on, Fade-to-Black dimming. Featuring wired and wireless control options, the driver offers easy setup in both residential and commercial retrofit applications. Hi-lume Premier 0.1% has a 96 W constant voltage LED driver and fits for the use in theaters, restaurants, kitchens, and architectural spaces with lit coves and soffits. The dimming performance is optimized when it is paired with Lutron Lumaris, and offers digitally addressable fixture control and monitoring with EcoSystem. Hi-lume is available for linears/troffers up to 75 W and downlights up to 53 W.

Lutron Electronics

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