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Products, Materials + Tools | Dec 16, 2015

New 96W Line Voltage Dimming LED Driver From TRP

Thomas Research Products has introduced a new high performance 96W LED driver with line voltage dimming. The driver features universal input and works with both leading edge and trailing edge dimmers. Thomas Research Products manufactures SSL power solutions.

The LED96W-LT series accepts universal 120-277V AC input. The new constant current design provides flicker-free output. It is compatible with both high-quality standard incandescent (leading edge) and electronic low voltage (ELV, or trailing edge) phase cut dimmers.

TRP's new driver is Type HL Recognized by UL for use in Hazardous Locations. The new IP66 rated Black Magic™ thermal advantage plastic housing is intended for damp location use. It comes with the company's standard 5 year warranty.

All LED Drivers from TRP offer high quality, long life, high efficiency and are cost-competitive. Information is available on the company's website now. Availability of LED96W-LT series driver begins 1Q2016.

For additional information, please visit trpssl.com  or follow the company on Facebook and Twitter for the latest news and updates.

About Thomas Research Products:
Thomas Research Products (founded 1997) provides complete OEM component solutions for solid state lighting in indoor and outdoor applications. Products include high-performing LED drivers, LED light engines, energy-saving lighting controls including occupancy/vacancy sensors and daylight harvesting controls, and surge protectors. The company also provides custom design and  manufacturing services for light engines.

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