The new kits consist of high-voltage Acrich Multi-Junction Technology (MJT) LEDs along with the Acrich Integrated Circuit (AIC) power controller device. Designers now have maximum flexibility in designing AC LED modules for their unique fixture needs.
Seoul Semiconductor released the Acrich kit because of a surge in requests from customers who want to create LED modules with their own form factors. Most of the mid- to large-sized lighting customers have their own SMT lines and the ability to source and handle discrete parts; therefore, they prefer to purchase a parts kit rather than a module.
Acrich2 kits bring increased efficiency and convenience over traditional AC designs for customer making solid-state lighting solutions. With high power factor, low EMI and low THD, the Acrich kit can be driven directly from AC line voltages of 100 to 277 volts and the AIC is available with a smart dimming function.
In recent months, Seoul Semiconductor has significantly improved the performance of the Acrich2 family. A 10W ceiling light module with 140lm/W was recently announced showing the considerable increase in efficiency from using Acrich 2 modules. Acrich2 modules extend the lifetime of the fixture and extend the form factor possibilities by replacing the AC/DC converter (or ballast or driver) with the Acrich IC.
For more information about Acrich kits, contact email@example.com