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EDN on LEDs Part 2: LED Lighting System Design

Original Air Date: Apr 30, 2013 | Duration: 60 minutes Webinar
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Overview:

In part 2 of EDN’s webinar series on LEDs, we will discuss system design issues, and in the process dispel myths about thermal and mechanical design, while giving attendees a firm grasp on LED photometrics  and what it is you to understand and measure to ensure a suitable and robust design.

Moderator:
Patrick Mannion
Brand Director for EDN, Test & Measurement World, and Planet Analog

Speakers:

Bill Schweber
Engineer/Author/Editor, Jaffa Engineering

Carol Lenk
Author and Founder of LED developer, Switch Lighting


Lee Goldberg
Founding Editor,  AllLEDLighting.com




Bill Reisenauer
Co-Founder, LED Specialists, Inc.

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DonNTech Posted Apr 26, 2013

I'm designing a 2x2 foot LED array that needs to be light weight, assembled from LED strips, must have color temp to near (or best range) equal to or near 2500 to 6500 Kelvin. What LED options are there? What Off-the-Shelf Ballast options are there (100/240 VAC in), 2.5 amps max per 2 x 2 foot panel, 100 Watts white light? Ballast should allow manual Adjustable of color balance and light intensity. Any suggested sources for parts? Any novel lensing schemes and/or LED mounting schemes to keep strip light weight (strip = 2 feet X width of LED). Thanks Don

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patrick.mannion Posted Apr 30, 2013

Hey Donntech, it's going to be quite the packed hour, but we'll be able to address some of your questions I think. Hope you can join us!

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fauxscot Posted Jun 12, 2013

This is useful information. However, i'd prefer a power point delivery versus the webinar format. Personally, I have been looking at data sheets for four decades and like most engineers, have more to do than hours to do it, so speed is essential. I can afford 15 minutes for this topic, not an hour. Certainly not two hours. I stopped 10 minutes into it. So thanks for the invitation, but the information density has to go up to make this superior to written material I can find on the web. Nice group of speakers, too. It's not personal, and I am just sharing this FYI.

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