LED Luminaire

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Lighting accounts for a significant portion of electricity usage in the U.S. As of 2017, the U.S. Energy Information Administration (EIA) reports lighting as the third-largest share of U.S. electricity consumption in both the residential and commercial sectors. Although the advent of SSL technology in the late 2000s has offered a much more energy-efficient solution to lighting than previous options, the market has been slow to adopt. The International Energy Agency (IEA) reports that only 15% of total residential lamp sales in 2015 could be attributed to high-efficiency LED lamps, indicating a significant potential for growth and expansion.
By developing LED drivers, we hope to facilitate a shift towards more widespread use of energy-efficient LED products, which are less wasteful of resources than other lighting technologies and therefore reduce our impact on the environment. Moreover, working with LED allows us to achieve better results with high efficacy, and offers unparalleled diversity of choice in color and intensity design.