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High voltage alternative to Wattstopper FSP-211

High voltage alternative to Wattstopper FSP-211

We love the functionality of the FSP-211, but need one for 347VAC applications.

Anybody know of an alternative?


RE: High voltage alternative to Wattstopper FSP-211

That's crazy high voltage for lighting. Because of that I doubt you'll have much luck finding a higher voltage alternative. Have you contacted the manufacturer?

Keith Cress
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RE: High voltage alternative to Wattstopper FSP-211

347 is pretty standard for highbay lighting.

Unfortunately the manufacturer doesn't offer anything quite as tidy as the FSP-211. We can cobble some stuff together.. was hoping there was another manufacturer that offered a solution. Seem WS has a lot of the patents!

RE: High voltage alternative to Wattstopper FSP-211

347 may be extremely common in the Great White North, but is essentially unknown further south.

RE: High voltage alternative to Wattstopper FSP-211

In Canada, 480/277V becomes 600/347V. International forum effect.

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