Harvard launches Linear Solutions

LED solutions

Harvard Engineering Americas, world leader in the design, development and manufacture of energy efficient lighting solutions, has launched linear light engines and drivers as part of its LED Solutions range.

With an adjustable lumen output of between 400 and 2,000 lumens per foot, a high efficacy of up to 150lm/w and dimming down to 5%, the CL33 0-10V driver works with the LER2 and LER7 light engines to provide a modular solution for any application. The solution provides many benefits to customers, such as color consistency, ease of installation, a high thermal performance and the ability to mount the engine closer to the lens.

Antony Corrie, vice president of Harvard Americas, commented, “We have a team of sixty engineers constantly working to provide new, innovative products, and our new linear solutions are no different. Combining our CL33 0-10V driver with our LER2 or LER7 light engine provides the user with a flexible lighting solution with a wide range of benefits. Our solutions line is constantly being expanded and improved upon with Generation II designs being released. We consistently strive to provide our customers with the best drop-in solutions on the market and are able to do that efficiently with locally stocked product in New Jersey.”

LED Solutions combines Harvard’s industry leading LED products – the CoolLED range of drivers, LEDeng light engines and CustomLED bespoke design and placement service – to deliver integrated LED Solutions that provide opportunities to expand lighting boundaries.

All of Harvard’s LED Solutions are designed, developed and manufactured in the UK and come with a five year warranty.

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