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OSRAM SYLVANIA Introduces Industry's Most Flexible and Future-Proof LED Power Suppy

OPTOTRONIC® LED 50-Watt, 4-Channel, Dimmable, Class 2 Power Supply Reduces Time to Market and Enables Design Specification

Philadelphia and Danvers, Mass. (May 17, 2011) – Dedicated to providing industry-leading, high performance lighting solutions, North American lighting leader OSRAM SYLVANIA is proud to introduce the latest addition to its OPTOTRONIC® Power Supplies Series. The OPTOTRONIC LED 50-watt is a uniquely flexible, four-channel, 0-10 volt dimmable, class 2, universal, RoHS compliant LED power supply. This new category leader is the industry’s most flexible and future-proof LED power supply, designed to reduce time to market for luminaires and enable design specification.

The functional design of the OPTOTRONIC LED 50-watt power supply enables luminaire manufacturers to integrate one footprint for multiple designs. Its standard housing holds over 100 possible design configurations for any combination of constant current and constant voltage. Featuring four output leads, the OPTOTRONIC LED 50-watt power supply simplifies luminaire design by eliminating the need for multiple power supplies. This latest addition to the OPTOTRONIC family also allows for cost effective specification prior to final LED selection, reducing time to market.

The OPTOTRONIC LED 50-watt power supply helps luminaire and fixture manufacturers keep up with the rapid innovation of LED technology by solving the dilemma of forward-integrating future advancements in LEDs. This uniquely flexible power supply approach, with tremendous LED operating and output functionality, provides the power and reliability platform needed to be successful in today’s marketplace.

For more information about OPTOTRONIC Power Supplies and other sustainable lighting solutions from OSRAM SYLVANIA, please go to www.sylvania.com or visit booth # 833 at LIGHTFAIR International 2011, May 17-19, 2011 at the Pennsylvania Convention Center in Philadelphia.


About OSRAM SYLVANIA:
OSRAM SYLVANIA is a leader in lighting solutions and specialty products that feature innovative design and energy saving technology. The company sells products for homes, businesses and vehicles primarily under the SYLVANIA brand name, and also under the OSRAM brand. Headquartered in Danvers, Mass., OSRAM SYLVANIA is the North American operation of OSRAM GmbH, a wholly owned subsidiary of Siemens AG. For more information, visit www.sylvania.com and follow us at www.twitter.com/sylvania.

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