LifeLamp Multi Mode IGBT
•Advanced technology IGBT controller/dimmer for LED Lighting
• Backlit ultra bright three inch display
• Fully automatic control or manual front panel options
• Precise, consistent, incremental dimming down to 1%
• Operates seamlessly between 110 volts and 240 volts.There
are no changes required inside the box or switches to be
• Simple install; connections on outside of Dimmer using included connector enclosure. Simple mounting system with +/- 10
degree tilt ensures easy programming.
• Surge; Overvoltage, Short Circuit, Overheat Protection
• Dual 10 amp, 1000 Watt outputs can run independent lighting
• Program up to 999 days in advance and divide each day into as
many as 99 unique lighting periods.
• Quick & simple programming thanks to powerful Previous Day
Replication option. Bypass tedious day to day programming
unless changes are required.
• Optional slave control with standard 0-10V bus
• Programmable transition time for sunrise/sunset dim option
LED Controllers/Dimmers for Enhanced Productivity and Protection
Our new LifeLamp Reverse Phase IGBT Dimmer
is about important choices that impact your
Lighting Plan, Quality and Performance. Many
competitors sell SCR (Silicon Controlled Rectifier)
based dimmers or IGBT forward Phase dimmers
that act like TRIAC dimmers.
LifeLamp’s Output Voltage Control Dimming
Technology creates a quieter electrical atmosphere in the poultry house helping to prevent
electromagnetic interference with and by other
electrical systems in the house. Inversely, the
LifeLamp Dimmer/Controller power filtration
technology prevents equipment in the house
from affecting the other electrical current and
voltage being provided to the light bulbs. This
prevents fluctuation in current and voltage delivered to the bulbs which, if not controlled, can
cause flickering and bulbs shutting down at low
dimming/voltage levels.
Tests clearly indicate that our competitors’ Forward Phase Dimmer technology abruptly “turns
on” at some point within the half cycle of the
input voltage waveform. This sudden surge of voltage
input causes stress on LED bulbs and issues with deep
dimming of LED’s.
LifeLamp’s Reverse Phase output voltage IGBT Dimming
Technology eliminates abrupt voltage and current transitions and provides smooth “ons” and “offs of voltage
and current during the dimming cycle. The sm art
LifeLamp Reverse Phase IGBT Dimmer operates at up
to a 1,000 micro-second transition time and can sense
and automatically respond to changes it detects in incoming power, load size, load type, load condition and
temperature. This ultra-fast transition time enables the
LifeLamp dimmer to dim inductive loads like LED bulbs
down to extremely low dimming levels without flickering
Voltage drop across LifeLamp’s 1000 micro-second rise
time Reverse Phase IGBT Dimmer is less than 2.5 volts!
Because the voltage drop through the LifeLamp Reverse Phase IGBT Dimmer is minimal, lamp life is prolonged, brightness is maintained through the life of the
bulb and energy efficiency is maximized. Voltage drop
across a 1000 microsecond rise time forward phase or
TRIAC dimmer exceeds 7 volts resulting in these forward
Mechanical Dimensions (Case)
Output current
10 amps maximum resistive load
(each channel)
8.7’’ X 10.6’’X 5.5’’
10 amp slow blow fuse, one per
0° to 40° C (32° to 104°F)
1000 W max per channel (120V)
1000 W max per channel (240V)
-15° to 50° C (5° to 122°F)
Output power
Relative humidity
5 to 90% without condensation
Operating Voltage
120V AC (not universal)*
240V AC (not universal)*
50/60 Hz
Analog Input
(in slave mode)
0-10V DC input resistance: 13k
120V lamps should be paired with 120V dimmer/controller;
230V lamps should be paired with 240V controller/dimmer.
For optimal results pair the LifeLamp
Dimmer with LifeLamp branded Bulbs.
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