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Bridgelux, Cooper, Edison and Yah Jung achieve certification of products

Posted on Tuesday October 21 2014, by Tim Whitaker

Several companies have certified products according to different Zhaga Books. US-based module maker Bridgelux and Taiwan-based luminaire maker Yah Juang Enterprise Ltd have both achieved Zhaga certification for the first time.

Also, Cooper and Edison have both added to their ranges of certified products. Details of all Zhaga certified products can be found in the online Certified Products Database.

Yah Juang has certified three luminaires according to Zhaga Book 3; these are a 35W downlight, a 200W luminaire for high-bay lighting; and a track-lighting luminaire (see top image).

Bridgelux has certified a family of four LED modules that also comply with Zhaga Book 3. The Vero modules are designed to operate at different current levels from 450mA to 1050mA (see middle image).

Iris Lighting Systems, a Cooper Lighting brand, has certified two downlights with 4-inch-square apertures that utilize Zhaga Book 3 modules.

Edison has certified 3 modules according to Zhaga Book 7. These products fall into different Book 7 categories that define the module size, namely L28W2 (maximum length of 280 mm and width of 20 mm), L28W4 and L56W4 (see bottom image).

Zhaga is currently operating an incentive program for product certification. Each member company can request a refund payment from Zhaga that will help to significantly reduce the cost of product testing. Payments are available for up to 3 products per company.