Harvard’s CoolLED drivers power Tempo Industries’ CLIP C7100

The CoolLED range of drivers provides a high performance solution for powering high brightness LEDs from a mains supply. The CL Slim power factor corrected Class 2 driver has fully isolated, SELV output delivering up to 33W of power.

The C7100 is part of the C7 configurable lighting integrated platform (CLIP), which provides a diverse family of solutions that can be uniquely integrated to serve a broad range of specific applications. The C7100 has been specifically designed to address higher-lumen commercial and industrial applications, with the light’s rigid design and adjustable mounting points easing installation and lowering the cost of ownership.

Harvard’s CL Slim driver is mounted to a tension loaded carrier within the C7100, pressed into solid contact with the extruded aluminium raceway housing for maximum thermal transfer.

Dennis Pearson, Tempo Industries’ chairman & CTO, commented, ‘Harvard Engineering has been able to consistently meet our high standards, and we are pleased to include their power supplies as part of our CLIP C7 modular high performance linear LED platform.’

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