Harvard Engineering introduces new EyeNut LED driver with ZigBee dongle

Harvard Engineering introduces EyeNut LED driver with ZigBee dongle
Harvard Engineering introduces EyeNut LED driver with ZigBee dongle

Harvard Engineering, world leader in the design, development and manufacture of energy saving lighting solutions, has added an additional EyeNut driver to its CoolLED range.

Harvard Engineering introduces EyeNut LED driver with ZigBee dongleHarvard Engineering introduces EyeNut LED driver with ZigBee dongle

The CLZ 33W EyeNut LED driver with ZigBee dongle combines the company’s market leading CoolLED driver technology with the benefits of the award-winning EyeNut monitoring and management system for indoor lighting, which provides individual luminaire control through a web interface as well as allowing energy consumption management and enabling a variety of control strategies to be employed.

The 33W LED driver, which operates at 2.4GHz and offers dimming down to 1%, is available in both built-in and remote variants. EyeNut drivers enable easy commissioning during the installation stage and reduce the number of components needed within the luminaire. The driver also works in conjunction with light engines from Harvard’s LEDeng range to provide an all-in-one controllable LED solution.

Based on the popular CL CoolLED platform, the ZigBee dongle enables the original platform to be maintained and is SELV compliant. This EyeNut enabled driver is perfect for retail, office and hospitality installations.

Andy Davies, head of business development and specification at Harvard, commented, “We are really excited to launch the CLZ EyeNut driver with ZigBee dongle. The driver combines Harvard’s control and LED capabilities to offer easy integration of EyeNut into a wide range of luminaires.”

Harvard is developing further EyeNut enabled LED driver solutions to add to the product range.

EyeNut is the perfect solution for both new installations, by using an EyeNut driver, and retrofitting existing lighting infrastructure, by using an EyeNut adaptor working in combination with the existing luminaire gear. The innovative system was launched at LuxLive 2013 winning the Controls Innovation of the Year award at the exhibition.

Photo Caption: The CLZ EyeNut driver with ZigBee dongle

Harvard Engineering Background Information:

Established in 1993, Harvard has grown to become a leading player in the design, development and manufacture of energy saving lighting solutions. Harvard’s innovative ranges of products include LED Solutions, combining the market-leading CoolLED LED drivers, LEDeng light engines, and CustomLED design and placement service, as well as the ingenious monitoring and management system for indoor lighting EyeNut, and the wireless remote monitoring and control system for street and outdoor lighting LeafNut.

Awards:
2014 – 5th in Yorkshire Business Insider’s Growth 100
2014 – 101 in the Sunday Times’ International Track 200
2014 – Winner of a Queen’s Award for Enterprise, within the International Trade category
2013 – Winner of the Lux Controls Innovation of the Year Award
2012 – Winner of the Judges’ Choice Award at the Mail on Sunday’s Made in Britain Awards
2012 – Winner of the Lux Manufacturer of the Year Award
2012 – UK National Finalist for the European Business Awards
2011 – Winner of the Orange Innovation Award at the National Business Awards
2011 – Winner of the Innovation award at the Wakefield Express Business Awards
2011 – Winner of a Queen’s Award for Enterprise, within the Innovation category
2010 – Winner of the Yorkshire Forward Innovator/10: Innovation in Action Award
2010 – Winner of the Light Sources & Controls Award at the Lighting Design Awards

Contact:

Harvard Engineering Inc.
+1-858-546-2833

E-mail:

info@HarvardEng.com

Web site:

www.HarvardEng.com

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