In the last decade, lighting has very much gone to DC thanks to the adaptation of LED technology. Why would you use LED drivers locally in every LED light? Could there be a better way of doing this? We think that the LED driver itself is one of the weakest, if not the weakest, components in LED lights. Therefore, doesn’t it make sense to replace it with something that is more reliable and efficient?
Our vision is to bring state-of-the-art DC distribution systems that are more efficient and reliable than the ones used nowadays. Integration with renewable energy sources and smart grid systems is easy and more efficient. Our idea is to centralize the DC distribution and take out the local LED drivers. Less vulnerability equals greater reliability.
Why choose our solution? Simply put, it is the most efficient way to power up LED lights.
Example of one possibility to lighting oil rigs