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ADM now stocks the Euchips UCS series of non-dimmable linear LED drivers.
ADM stocks three series of Power Source slimline LED drivers that are AC phase cut dimmable.
The HLG series is MEAN WELL’s premium range of LED drivers.
The MEAN WELL HLG 'B' & 'AB' series, and ELG ‘B’ & 'AB' series LED drivers utilise a common dimming method, where the amplitude of the current fed to the LEDs is varied.
Most of the MEAN WELL constant voltage LED drivers stocked by ADM can be used in constant current mode.
Installing new or retrofitting intelligent energy saving car park lighting could not be easier with Hytronik.
Hytronik is a leading manufacturer of high bay occupancy and motion detectors.
If you are using long lengths of LED strip in a project, you may find that the LED strip is brighter at one end than the other.
MEAN WELL has expanded the number of output current options on the LCM series constant current LED drivers.
ADM stocks a wide range of PIR & Microwave motion sensors for use in intelligent lighting control applications.
You may have noticed that we have started to talk about ‘Daylight Harvesting’ in some of our more recent blog posts.
You may already be aware that ADM stocks a comprehensive range of the MEAN WELL HLG and ELG series LED drivers in our four warehouses around Australia.
In 2008, MEAN WELL released their first LED driver, the CLG-150 series and took their first steps into the new and unknown LED lighting market.
ADM now stocks the MEAN WELL PWM-120-KN series of KNX LED drivers.
Hytronik's Bluetooth modules allow you to install, or retrofit Bluetooth control of lighting without the need for an expensive central controller.
MEAN WELL has expanded their range of step-up DC to DC LED drivers by introducing two new series:
Australia’s EMC compliance and electrical safety regulatory regime changed in 2016 .
Many Australian businesses make the decision to buy power supplies directly from overseas, rather than use an Australian based supplier.
If you are working on a lighting design or installation that involves the use of multiple constant current LED drivers, there could be a far more cost-effective method of powering the LEDs using DC to DC LED drivers.
ADM has had many customers asking if we can supply a dimmable LED driver that would work well with the latest push button dimming switches.