Williston, VT, February 15, 2016 – Illumination Devices (www.illuminationdevices.com), an established innovator and manufacturer of high performance LED light engine technology, has announced the immediate availability of its new LE-Hx standard range of light engines. The LED technology is designed to facilitate lighting manufacturer’s assembly for a wide range of applications.
The LE-Hx line is a series of three miniature AC light engines designed to reduce system costs in low level light applications. They are available in various color temperatures, from 2200K to 6500K with a minimum 80 CRI, and are dimmable (Triac compatible).
The new light engines are designed to integrate easily into new and existing fixtures in a wide range of general lighting applications. They feature embedded circuitry that provides optimum power to the LEDs while regulating temperature to prevent over-heating to ensure long lifetimes. The light engines connect directly to mains power (110-130VAC), eliminating external drivers and reducing system costs.
“We have spent the last decade developing custom lighting solutions for many well-known lighting manufacturers. We have learned what works and have innovated to build solutions that solve the most common manufacturing challenges,” said Josh Niebling, president of Illumination Devices. “Our new LE-Hx light engines are already proven in the field. With these light engines, our customers can benefit from years of focused research and development.”
The new LE-Hx line of standard light engines is supported with a 5 year warranty. Learn more about our new standard line of light engines.
About Illumination Devices
Founded in 2006, Illumination Devices is a growing organization that develops and manufactures high performance solid state lighting solutions. The company’s advanced light engine technology is delivering light in in hundreds of thousands of lighting fixtures around the world. Illumination Devices has its main administrative location in Calgary, Alberta and has engineering and manufacturing facilities in Williston, Vermont. It continues to push the envelope in lighting technology innovation, offering solutions for most general lighting applications, and providing them to lighting manufacturers around the world.