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Seoul Semi launches second generation AC LED modules

October 26, 2011 // Christoph Hammerschmidt

Seoul Semi launches second generation AC LED modules

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.

For more information visit www.acriche.com

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