Company

CUPOWER, founded in 2009, is specialized in R&D, production and sales of LED components.

With over 15 years of experience in designing and manufacturing of LED drivers, our product portfolio encompasses more than 300 different products for the global market.

In addition to our standard selection, we are open to any kind of customized and bespoke solution for our valued customers.

All our products and developments rely on our strong innovative R&D department. In addition,we dispose of a profound knowledge in process oriented production in order to create sophisticated LED drivers for our customers.

With our in house capabilities from sheet metal forming and plastic injection moulding to assembly and testing we ensure efficient and flexible production processes with high quality. Thus we are able to provide a more consistent service and use scarce resources more effectively.

Meeting your needs and exceeding your expectations is our daily objective!

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  • 15

    15 years of experience in electronic innovations

  • 24,000

    Factory area of 24,000 ㎡

  • 27,000,000

    Annual production capacity of 27 Mio drivers

  • 600+

    More than 600 employees worldwide

History
2009
CUPOWER was founded.
2011
Launched UL product TA/TP sereis.
2014
Global marketing stategy with product roadmap.
2015
Oversea Sales Department was founded.
2016
Offical release of smart drivers PWC/CSP/LD series.
2017
New production unit in
Hunan with latest assembly
lines was built.
2018
CUPOWER launched
the first NFC driver
series.
2019
Shanghai RD Center
and Chongqing RD
center was founded.
2020
Company expansion with new entities in China, Europe and USA. New department for NEW ENERGY was initiated.
2021
National High-tech
Enterprise Certified.
2022
CUPOWER launched the first i-Data LED driver.
2023
CUPOWER announced its new partnership with Cosmicnode/Mymesh/Legrand.
2024
Outdoor drivers will be launched.
Culture
Born to be light
Mission
Mission
Our mission is to empower lighting ideas with reliable and intelligent solutions by creating state-of-the-art, high-quality LED drivers and providing superior personal service.
Vision
Vision
Our vision is to become the world's leading smart lighting technology manufacturer, pioneering seamless and user-friendly professional lighting solutions, and driving continuous, mutual, and sustainable growth.
Values
Values
Availability
Reliability
Expertise
Customer centricity
Memberships
Zhaga member
Cupower is an associate member in the Zhaga Consortium.
Zhaga member
DALI Alliance Member
Cupower is an regular rmember in the DALI Alliance.
DALI Alliance Member
ZVEI membership
CUPOWER is a member of the ZVEI, the German Electrical and Electronic Manufacturers' Association.
ZVEI membership
United Nations Global Compact
We have signed the United Nations Global Compact and ensure that our programmes and activities comply with international standards on human rights, labour, the environment and anti-corruption.
United Nations Global Compact
Social responsibility ISO26000
We are dedicated to running our company in socially responsible and eco-friendly ways.
Social responsibility ISO26000
Zhaga member
Cupower is an associate member in the Zhaga Consortium.
Zhaga member
DALI Alliance Member
Cupower is an regular rmember in the DALI Alliance.
DALI Alliance Member
ZVEI membership
CUPOWER is a member of the ZVEI, the German Electrical and Electronic Manufacturers' Association.
ZVEI membership
United Nations Global Compact
We have signed the United Nations Global Compact and ensure that our programmes and activities comply with international standards on human rights, labour, the environment and anti-corruption.
United Nations Global Compact
Social responsibility ISO26000
We are dedicated to running our company in socially responsible and eco-friendly ways.
Social responsibility ISO26000
Code of conduct

This Code of Conduct defines the basic requirements placed on THE CUPOWER GROUP concerning their responsibilities towards their stakeholders, affected groups, and the environment.

The company declares herewith:

  • 1. Legal compliance

    • To comply with the laws of the applicable legal system(s)

  • 2. Management systems

    • To set up and continuously improve appropriate management processes to prevent, identify, mitigate, and if necessary remediate negative social, ecological, health, and safety-related impacts on workers and communities

    • To establish an effective grievance procedure to ensure that any worker, acting individually or with other workers, can submit a grievance without suffering prejudice or retaliation of any kind

  • 3. Prohibition of corruption and bribery

    • To tolerate no form of, and not engage in any form of corruption or bribery, be it by employees, third parties, or agents

    • Including any payment or other form of benefit conferred on any government official for the purpose of influencing decision-making in violation of the law

  • 4. Respect for basic human Rights of all workers

    • To employ no workers under the age of 15 or, in countries subject to the developing country exception of the ILO Convention 138, to employ no workers under the age of 14

    • Ensure the health and safety of young workers, precluding them from hazardous and night work

    • Not to engage in or tolerate any form of modern slavery, forced labor, and human trafficking

    • To ensure no worker is subject to unethical recruitment practices

    • Promote equal opportunities and treatment for all employees irrespective of characteristics such as skin color, race, nationality, social background, disabilities, sexual orientation, political or religious conviction, sex, or age

    • Respect the personal dignity, privacy, and rights of each individual

    • Prohibit behavior including gestures, language, and physical contact that is sexual, coercive, threatening, abusive, or exploitative

    • Provide fair remuneration and guarantee at least the applicable national statutory minimum wage

    • Comply with the maximum number of working hours laid down in the applicable laws

    • Recognize, as far as legally possible, the right of free association and collective bargaining of employees and to neither favor nor discriminate against members of employee organizations or trade unions

  • 5. Health and safety of workers & environmental protection

    • Take responsibility for the health and safety of all workers

    • Control hazards and take the best reasonably possible precautionary measures against accidents and occupational diseases

    • Provide training and ensure all workers are educated in health and safety issues

    • Act in accordance with applicable statutory and international standards regarding environmental protection including hazardous substances and wastewater management

    • Minimize environmental pollution and make continuous improvements in environmental protection

  • 6. Supply chain

    • Use reasonable efforts to address social and environmental risks in their own supply chain

    • Make reasonable efforts to ensure their companies adhere to requirements comparable to those stipulated herein

Conflict Minerals Supplement June 2022

This Conflict Minerals Supplement (hereinafter “CMS”) is an integral part of the Code of Conduct for CUPOWER companies concerning their responsibilities with respect to a conflict-free sourcing of “Conflict Minerals” in order to effectively ensure that the use and sale of Conflict Minerals by CUPOWER’s companies do not contribute to the ongoing conflict in the Democratic Republic of Congo (“DRC”) and adjoining countries.

Definitions:

  • Conflict Minerals means columbite-tantalite (coltan), cassiterite, gold, wolframite, cobalt, or their derivatives

  • Covered Countries include the DRC and any country sharing an internationally recognized border with the DRC

  • DRC Conflict Free means Goods that do not contain Conflict Minerals that directly or indirectly finance or benefit armed groups in the Covered Countries

  • Final Rule refers to the implementation rule by the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission relating to the use of Conflict Minerals

The company declares herewith:

  • To be fully committed to ensuring that its use and sale of Conflict Minerals do not contribute to ongoing conflict in the Covered Countries

  • Perform a reasonable country of origin inquiry throughout its entire supply chain

  • Participate in an established supply chain communication process, such as the Responsible Minerals Initiative (RMI) of the Responsible Business Alliance

  • Not to supply any Goods to customers that are not DRC Conflict Free

  • To provide relevant data regarding the occurrence of Conflict Minerals in its Goods, using the latest version of the Conflict Minerals Reporting Template (CRMT) of the RMI within three weeks upon customer’s request

  • To immediately notify customers in writing if any warning signs in its supply chain indicate the representation of DRC Conflict Free might be no longer valid

  • To use best efforts to promote compliance with the representations of this CMS among its companies