Street Lighting

Conventional street lights mainly use high-pressure sodium lamp and mercury bulbs. In response to the trend of LED lighting and energy saving, MEAN WELL offers complete LED Driver

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Spot Lighting

Conventional flood lighting employs a high-pressure sodium lamp, a mercury bulb, HID, MHL bulb. It not only has issues with high power consumption and pre-heating, but also lifespan

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Fishing Lighting

LED fishing lighting is a relatively new market segment in product application. Conventional MHL (Metal-Halide lamp) has issues of high power consumption and radiated heat

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UV Curing and Purification

Traditional UV lamps use mercury lamps. Other than the concern of heat, UV also deteriorates products that are under exposure to it. Moreover, the range of wavelength

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Explosion Proof Lighting

Explosion-proof light is generally used at hazardous locations of flammable vapors or gas station. In order to prevent sparks during the process of lamp turning on

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High Bay Lighting

The common application of bay lighting is used for the lighting application in warehouses or stadiums. Conventional bay lights are applied together with mercury bulbs or MHL multi-metal bulbs, so there

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Horticulture Lighting

Recently, horticulture lighting is one of the popular lighting applications. Not only can it replace conventional high-pressure sodium lamps, but it also can be used on the different color of LEDs with

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Office Lighting

Traditionally, office lighting uses T8/T5 fluorescent lamps, including 2 feet or 4 feet lamps that pair with different fixtures. Nowadays, LED lighting luminaires have been widely used

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Intelligent Lighting(IOT)

One major market trend in LED industrial lighting is how to make LED luminaires intelligent. MEAN WELL is dedicated to designing innovative power supplies

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