Philips Dynalite  will showcase its latest products and technologies at the upcoming CEDIA exhibition being held at the Brisbane Convention and Exhibition Centre from 9 to 11 May.  

Philips Dynalite lighting control products on show include advanced LED control technologies that allow flicker-free LED dimming in addition to a new product that allows LED control to be achieved through existing leading edge controllers, a new hotel room system actuator, plus a new range of user interfaces.  

According to Philips Dynalite ANZ Dimension Channel Manager, Aaron Castles, being a market leader in lighting and lighting control technologies, LED technology features highly in Philips Lighting’s offerings at CEDIA this year. Philips’ innovative range of LED lights in combination with their cutting-edge LED control solutions delivers an unparalleled proposition to the marketplace.  

Philips Dynalite products on display at CEDIA 2012  

DGLEDM401 LED Control Cards

Designed for the company’s pioneering DDMC802GL multipurpose controller, this dimming module card runs off analogue circuitry to compensate for, and respond to mains fluctuations, thereby allowing LED luminaires to be dimmed flicker-free.  

Active Load for LED Lighting

Being introduced for the first time, the new Active Load for LED lighting from Philips Dynalite is a timed resistor circuit that ensures a leading edge dimmer is loaded correctly to work with LED lighting, enabling users to exchange existing incandescent luminaires for LEDs, without the need to replace an entire lighting control system.  

DR2PA-SA Hotel Room System Actuators

The new hotel room system actuator enables a hotel room’s lighting, blinds and HVAC systems to be controlled simply through the use of the guest’s keycard.  

Philips Dynalite also plans to release a new user interface range to complement its existing Revolution, Standard and Traditional series, which will also be on show. Existing products on display at the CEDIA show include the popular DTP170 and DTP100 user-interface touch screens, the integrated Somfy gateways for wired/wireless control of motorised blinds, the DDNG-KNX for integration with a KNX system and the DUS804 multifunction sensors.  

Philips will be showcasing a complete range of lighting and lighting control solutions at the CEDIA exhibition on Stand 52 at the Brisbane Convention and Exhibition Centre from 9 to 11 May 2012.