Seoul Semi launches second generation AC LED modules
October 26, 2011 // Christoph Hammerschmidt
Seoul Semiconductor has launched the second generation of its Acriche LED module product family that can be powered directly from AC mains. Acriche2 modules will be available in 4 W, 8 W, 12 W and 16 W modules, aiming at the bulb replacement market for 40 W, 60 W and 100 W incandescent bulbs as well as for MR16 halogen lamp and downlight
According to the vendor, the Acrich 2 benefits from an increase of more than 90% in power efficiency by improving the power factor up to 97% compared to previous version of 'Acrich' from Seoul Semiconductor. Further, THD is lower than 25% to comply with local requirements. The device can be plugged directly into the wall receptacle, operating at supply voltages between 120 V and 264 V, the company said.
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