LED Lamps directly replace T8 and T12 fluorescent units.August 6, 2014 -
Designed to work with multiple input sources such as T8 Electronic Instant Start, T8 Program Start Electronic, and T12 Magnetic ballasts, Multi-Operation LED Lamps require no re-wiring of light fixture. If ballast fails, lamps can still operate using optional 120–277 Vac LED remote. Available in 2, 3, 4, or 5 ft lengths with either clear or frosted lens, linear lamps do not flicker and are dimmable. Units meets UL standard 1598c and 4 ft version meets Designlights Consortium requirements.
ELB Electronics Introduces LED T8 Direct Replacement Lamps
67 East Live Oak Avenue
Arcadia, CA, 91006
Press release date: August 1, 2014
ARCADIA, Calif. -- ELB Electronics, a global manufacturer of LED lighting products, has introduced an LED T8 direct replacement lamp, which requires no re-wiring of the light fixture.
Moreover, 40-50 percent energy savings can be realized when replacing existing fluorescent T8 (32-watt) and T12 (32W and 40W) electronic and magnetic ballasted fixtures. Another 20-30 percent energy savings can be achieved when combined with a low ballast factor ballast or lighting control system.
The Multi-Operation LED product is the most versatile linear lamp on the market today and is compatible with most excisting fluorescent emergency ballasts. It works with multiple input sources such as T8 Electronic Instant Start, T8 Program Start Electronic and T12 Magnetic ballasts.
Installation is easy since it just requires removing the existing fluorescent lamps and inserting the LED linear lamp. If the ballast fails, the LED lamp can still operate using an optional 120-277VAC LED remote
The ELB lamp, which is available in two, three, four or five foot lengths with either a clear or frosted lens, does not flicker and is dimmable. It has less lumen depreciation than other fluoresecent systems and is backed with a 5-year manufacturer’s warranty.
The Linear LED T8 direct replacement lamp meets UL standard 1598c and the four-foot version meets Designlights Consortium requirements.
For more information, email email@example.com, call (626) 446-5617, visit www.elbelectronics.com or write ELB Electronics, Inc., 67 East Live Oak Avenue, Suite 101, Arcadia, CA 91006.
About ELB Electronics, Inc.
Headquartered in Arcadia, California, with production facilities in Asia, ELB Electronics, Inc., is a global manufacturer of LED lighting prodcucts, fluorescent electronic ballasts and lighting control components. ELB offers an alternative fluorescent lighting ballast solution for seasoned lighting fixture Manufacturers, Distributors, ESCOs, Contractors and National Accounts customers.