Who We Are.
ERP designs and manufactures small, smart and connected LED drivers. Established in 2004, and headquartered in Moorpark, CA, ERP owns and operates its own ISO 9001 certified manufacturing facility to ensure quality of design, sourcing, production and testing.
What We Do.
ERP brings smart, connected and secure lighting to the world so people can enjoy engaging, interactive experiences with light. Research shows LED lighting is the most commercially-viable approach to reducing energy consumption and utility costs nationally and globally.
Why We're Different
Our industry-leading drivers and power supplies are compact, offer extensive dimmer capability, wireless controls, programmable output and high efficiency–all at a competitive cost. Our products are rooted in the expertise of ERP co-founder and CEO Michael Archer, who changed the computing industry be designing ever-smaller power electronics for notebooks, desktops and servers from companies like Apple, Dell, HP and IBM. Now, we’re focused on powering what we call the Internet of Lights.
Co-Founder and CEO
Michael Archer has more than 30 years of experience in the power electronics industry, holding 15 patents and recognition as a leader in high efficiency/high density power systems. Prior to co-founding ERP with Abdul Sher-Jan in 2004, Archer founded EOS Corporation in 1991, which grew past $40 million in revenue per year and placed fourth in the Deloitte and Touché Fast Fifty for Southern California in 1998. Archer has developed platforms and won leading positions at Dell, Apple, HP, Sony, Acer, Gateway, Sanyo and Panasonic.
President and COO
Abdul Sher-Jan has more than 20 years of experience in engineering and operations in the power electronics industry. From 1995 to 1996, Sher-Jan served as Director of Engineering at Valor Electronics, and later led the firm’s power division. He went on to serve as VP of Engineering and later VP of Operations at EOS Corporation from 1998 to 2005 before co-founding ERP with Michael Archer. Sher-Jan holds a BSEE from San Diego State University.
Executive Vice President
Andy Williams joined ERP in 2011 to develop the direct sales and strategic business units. Prior to coming on board at ERP, Williams served as Senior Vice President and General Manager of the Automotive and Power Group at ON Semiconductor, growing revenues by more than $2 million. Williams also served as director and vice president of the Power Regulation Division at ON Semiconductor, and successfully commercialized a proprietary ON Semiconductor product technology. Williams currently serves on the Board of Trustees for the Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology. He holds a BSEE from the Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology and a MSEM from National Technological University.
Power supply industry veterans Michael Archer and Abdul Sher-Jan form Energy Recovery Systems (ERS), the parent company, to develop technologies for reducing the energy consumption of AC-DC power supplies while at the same time lowering their cost2004
ON Semiconductor licenses ERS’s proprietary technology for use in power supply control integrated circuits
Flextronics licenses ERS’s proprietary technology for notebook and desktop computer power supply products.
ERP – ENERGY RECOVERY PRODUCTS – is created as a separate product and manufacturing company
ERP releases its first product line, the UHD (“ultra high density”) series, which is 2.5 times more powerful than competing products of equivalent size with 35% lower power consumption
ERP’s Zhuhai, China facility achieves ISO9001: 2008 certification
ERP begins shipping its first LED driver to a top-tier LED lighting products manufacturer
ERP and ROAL Electronics enter into a strategic solid-state lighting agreement
ERP annual revenues exceed $10M
ERP introduces its ELP009/012/018 (9 W, 12 W, 18 W) LED Driver series to the market
ERP introduces its ERP020/030/040 (20 W, 30 W, 40 W) LED Driver series to the market
ERP joins Zhaga Consortium in a combined effort to accelerate the adoption of Solid-State Lighting globally
Agreement with WPI to be ERP’s distributor in Asia
ERP ranked number 134 fastest growing company on Deloitte’s 2012 Technology Fast 500™
Agreement with WPG Americas to be ERP’s distributor in North America.
ERP ranked number 205 fastest growing company on Deloitte’s 2013 Technology Fast 500™
Release of ERM series (internal code name KEPLER) 50 to 70 W: Constant Current LED Drivers in metal case with 0-10V Dimming (10 – 100% range).
Agreement with Arrow Electronics to be ERP’s distributor in North America.
ERP ranked number 199 fastest growing company on Deloitte’s 2014 Technology Fast 500™.
Release of EBR series (internal code name HYDRA) 6 to 21 W: Constant Current LED Drivers
Release of ESS series (internal code name ERIS-S) 6 to 40 W: Constant Current LED Drivers
Release of EVB series (internal code name VIRGO-L) 80 to 120 W: Constant Current LED Drivers
Release of in-Wall series (internal code name LEO) 40, 60 and 100 W: Constant Voltage LED Drivers + Dimmer Switch in 1 physical unit, with 1 – 100% dimming range. First LED driver of its kind on the market.
Angeles Equity Partners acquires controlling interest in ERP.
Jeffrey Frank joins ERP’s Board of Directors.
Release of UCP series (internal code name HYDRA UC) 4 to 17 W: Low profile LED driver for Under-Cabinet Applications.
Release of SLM series (internal code name VEGA), 90 to 160 W: Constant Current LED Drivers
Recognition & Certifications:
Named one of the Deloitte 500 Fastest Growing Companies in 2012, 2014 and 2015
ERP products are tested, certified and registered by multiple safety agencies worldwide.
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