We have an existing installation using WPMs from an Illumination H8P5 processor.
The client wishes to connect some high power (30w) LED Floodlights that have integral electronic power supplies.
Even when set to non-dim the zone output of the WPM doesn't provide a true clean sine wave, and we are not happy to connect the LED floods electronic power supplies directly to it.
Normally one would use a GRX-TVI on the zone aoutput and then connect the LEDs to the relay switched output of the TVI.
Unfortunately there is insufficient space around the WPM to add a TVI, so we are looking for a solution to assist the customer in this circumstance.
The WPMs have a relay switched output, but that is active when any zone is above zero, and can't be allocated to a particular zone, so isn't a lot of help.
Does anyone know of a device with a relay switched output that would connect to a zone output of a WPM set to non-dim. I suspect, although I've not tried it, a regular relay/contactor will buzz, and will require a LUT-LBX as well to load the zone (we could fit that in though).
I've never seen one, but maybe there is a third party device that converts a phase dimmed supply to a true switched output?