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The new range of RED by Yingjiao power supplies proposed by Universal Science

31 January 2023

2022 marked the birth of a new strategic partnership between the Asian giant Yingjiao Electrical and Universal Science, which allows the Milanese company to expand its product portfolio by offering a wide range of 12V and 24V power supplies for indoor and industrial applications.


The production capacity of Yingjiao Electrical

Yingjiao Electrical, founded in 1996, is based in Ningbo (China). As one of the Asian manufacturers excelling in the field of LED power supplies, it boasts 22 production lines and 600 million drivers produced in its 25-year history. Yingjiao offers a range of constant voltage and current LED drivers with compact size and high efficiency, with a power range from 1W to 350W and featuring over-current, over-voltage and short-circuit protection. Different shapes and IP classification options are proposed, as well as Triac, 0-10V, DALI and WIFI dimmable solutions. With Yingjiao, whose historical presence on the market guarantees total reliability, Universal Science has extended its proposal also to INDUSTRIAL and DIN RAIL power supplies.


The quality of RED-branded solutions and services

Matching the Italian RED–Integrating Lighting Technologies brand with the one of Yingjiao on all the ballasts makes it possible to complete the kit idea based on the company’s commercial proposal and further certify its competitiveness and reliability. RED by Yingjiao power supplies comes mainly in combination with the flexible LED solutions proposed in the catalogue, the fulcrum of which remains represented by the LED modules designed and produced at the production plant in Pregnana Milanese (MI).


The certifications

RED by Yingjiao LED drivers comply with RoHS, PAHS, REACH and WEEE standards and are aligned with the new ErP direction of the European Union. All drivers have also maintained UL, cUL, FCC, ENEC, TUV, CB, PSE, RCM, CE, EMC and CCC safety certificates.

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