Tridonic’s seventh generation of SLE ADV modules have undergone a chip upgrade to provide even greater efficiency, longer life time and improved thermal management – all with excellent colour rendering. The modules for spotlights and downlights, are available with light-emitting surfaces of 9 to 15 mm (LES 9 to LES 15), with 17 and 21 mm variants set to follow soon.

The seventh generation of SLE-ADV modules have a 14 percent greater efficiency, longer life time and improved, intelligent thermal management based on current Chip-on-Board technology. Another hallmark of the series is the excellent colour rendering. The dimmable modules cover colour temperatures of 2,700, 3,000, 3,500 and 4,000 K and they achieve peak values at colour temperatures of 3,000 K and 4,000 K: With an efficiency of 191 lm/W and CRI > 90, they demonstrate unequalled performance levels.

The higher efficiency of the modules means that they require less power than before to deliver defined lumen values. Depending on the module size, the colour temperature and the current flow, they can achieve a luminous flux of up to 6,180 lm. In addition to the high luminous flux and excellent light quality, all modules also offer a high level of colour consistency, which corresponds to MacAdam 3. They are compatible with various SELV constant current drivers from Tridonic, which are tailored to the modules, and allow many different lighting solutions. The SLE G7 ADV modules with the corresponding drivers demonstrate their flexibility and strengths in shops and exhibitions in particular, as well as in different areas of the hospitality sector.

Currently the module series covers the entire range of light-emitting surfaces from 9 to 15 mm. Versions with LES 13 and LES 15 will be available very soon with a robust, new D50 housing, which guarantees an even more stable connection between the chip and the housing and further improves thermal conductivity.

Tridonic offers a 5-year guarantee for all modules.