Thomas Research Products' FSP luminaire surge protector accepted into 2013 IES Progress Report

Oct. 4, 2013
Date Announced: 04 Oct 2013 Huntley, Illinois --- Thomas Research Products is pleased to announce that the FSP3-277-20kA Surge Protector has been selected for inclusion in the 2013 Progress Report of the Illuminating Engineering Society (IES). Thomas Research Products is a leading manufacturer of SSL power solutions.The IES Progress Report is an annual review recognizing significant developments in the art and science of lighting. The completed Report will be presented at the IES Annual Conference, to be held October 26-29 in Huntington Beach, California.The FSP3-277-20K model Surge Protector includes in-line fusing to shut down the luminaire if the capabilities of the surge protector have been exceeded. An LED indicator light shows that the surge protector is functioning to protect the fixture. The compact device is designed to be utilized with fixtures on electrical mains up to 277V, and is rated to protect from surges up 20,000 amps.TRP's popular low-cost Surge Protectors provide an extra level protection for LED luminaires from dangerous powerline transients in commercial applications. They are particularly useful in avoiding costly problems in 24/7 outdoor applications, including street lighting, big-box retail, warehouses, parking garages, and transportation facilities. About Thomas Research ProductsFounded in 1997, Thomas Research Products designs and manufactures advanced drivers for solid state lighting, in indoor and outdoor applications. The company creates Integrated Light Engine Modules and LED power accessories, including step-dimming controls, surge protectors and step-down transformers. TRP also manufactures energy-saving electronic controls for commercial HID and fluorescent lighting."SSL Solutions Faster Than The Speed Of Light" is a registered trademark.Thomas Research Products is located at 11548 Smith Dr. Huntley, IL 60142.

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