A Universal Solution – 600mm x 600mm Light EnginesComments Off on A Universal Solution – 600mm x 600mm Light Engines

At Universal Science we always look at the bigger picture when it comes to producing our light engines. From strip lighting to starboards, horticultural lighting to street lighting. Now, we are proud to announce a revolution for panel lighting, with the Universal Science 600mm by 600mm light engine.

Traditionally most panel luminaires have been produced by connecting two or more light engines in order to produce a consistent and evenly distributed output. The need for this is eliminated with the larger light engine. The whole panel can run on single or separate circuits, with potential for RGBW or varying colour temperatures. The possibilities are endless when you think BIG.

With the larger light engine, the intuitive luminaire designer should already be seeing the many potential applications this board can offer. For one, the back of the MCPCB can itself become the back of the luminaire, which can help reduce your BOM costs and build time. As you can see in our comparison images below, the Universal Science 600mm x 600mm board has the potential to over halve the amount of BOM components required for the build.

Additionally, like all our other light engines, the 600mm x 600mm board is compatible with all of our thermal products. Why not try using our Bondline thermal tapes to fix components together, or our T-pad range to really take control of your thermal management. Other top selling products include UniGraph – a graphite based thermal transfer material with a very high w/m.k rating, and UniPhase –  our range of thermally conductive, phase changing gap filling materials which can be applied directly to the back of light engines.

To enquire about the light engines produced by Universal Science, or any of the products mentioned in this article, then feel free to contact us at sales@universal-science.com or call on 01908 222 211 where our qualified thermal and lighting technicians will be happy to discuss your requirements with you.