LED Engine Offers Stepped Brightness Through Integral Switch

American Illumination's Light Boltz LED engineAmerican Illumination's Light Boltz LED engine

American Illumination's Light Boltz LED engine

American Illumination’s Light Boltz LED engine

American Illumination Inc., a creator of LED light engines, has unveiled the next generation of its Light Boltz LED engine which will now offer stepped brightness selection through an integral switch.

A position adjustment on the LED module itself allows the selection of the desired lighting output at four levels (100, 65, 40 or 20 percent). In addition, the new generation also ushers in a standalone outdoor version of the Light Boltz for exposed applications. The new generation of Light Boltz will control light output to avoid often-complicated dimmer incompatibilities while achieving energy savings through various brightness levels within a single installation. The adjustable brightness feature is manipulated via a dial on the front end of the Light Boltz and gives lighting designers and installers the option to reduce or brighten the output as they see fit for the application. The standalone version will also free the Boltz from requiring a sealed fixture to protect this LED engine from outdoor elements such as water, dirt and other elements.

Light Boltz is a contemporary cylindrical LED engine with an integrated heat sink, self-contained driver, and 10-, 30- and 60-degree field-interchangeable optics. The Light Boltz utilizes triple CREE XP-G (Gen 2) LEDs for a total maximum power consumption of 10W and 510+ lumens measured at a Warm White color temperature, making this directional product comparable to a 50W PAR20 halogen bulb. It features a slim profile at 2 inches OD by 3 inches L with various attachment options such as a yoke 1/8 IPS tapped base plate for simple installation. Light Boltz is available in 27050K (Warm White), 1?2-inch NPT (Natural White), 4000K 6000K (Cool White), or RGB/RGBA.


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