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Products, Materials + Tools | May 13, 2014

New Hazardous Location-Rated LED Drivers from Thomas Research Products

Thomas Research Products has introduced two new LED Drivers designed for use in hazardous location fixtures. Thomas Research Products is a leading manufacturer of SSL power solutions.

The new LED-HL series 25W and 40W drivers are based on TRP's popular standard LED series  models. These units add V5A cases and internal thermal protection, enabling them to receive Type HL rating from UL. The new drivers are also IP66, rated for dry and damp locations.

LED-HL models are available in constant-current, dimming, and constant-voltage versions. They also offer the option of leads that exit through the bottom or the side.

TRP's new drivers provide all the same features as their standard LED drivers, including 100-277V universal input voltage, Black Magic Thermal Advantage(TM) plastic enclosures, and over-voltage, over-current and short circuit protection with automatic recovery. LED-HL series drivers carry the company's standard 5 year warranty.

All LED Drivers from TRP offer high quality, long life, high efficiency and are cost-competitive. Information can be found on the company's website. Both the LED25W-HL and  LED40W-HL are available now.

For additional information, please visit www.trpssl.com or contact us at info@trpssl.com

About Thomas Research Products:
Founded in 1997, Thomas Research Products designs and manufactures complete OEM and retrofit solutions for solid state lighting in indoor and outdoor applications. TRP offers DC and AC LED light engines, high-performing LED drivers and power accessories, including surge protectors and step-dimming modules. The company also offers energy-saving electronic lighting controls, including occupancy/vacancy sensors and daylight harvesting controls.

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