New Surge Protector from Thomas

MarineElectronics.com
Tuesday, May 14, 2013
Photo: Thomas Research Products

Thomas Research Products debuted an advanced new generation of its Surge Protector product line.

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. This not only protects the LED luminaire, it demonstrates that the unit needs to be replaced. It can be utilized for fixtures on electrical mains up to 277V. The compact device is rated to protect from surges up 20,000 amps. A 3D model is available on the TRP website for OEMs to use in designing luminaires.

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