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Electrical Equipment & Systems -> Lighting -> Lighting Accessories -> Ballasts


Ballasts


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Energy-Efficient Ballasts feature NEMA Premium approval.

Energy-Efficient Ballasts feature NEMA Premium approval.

American Ballast    Fremont, CA 94538
Apr 02, 2009 Multivoltage ballasts operate 1, 2, 3, or 4 T8 lamps at universal input voltage of 108-305 V. They feature parallel lamp operation, which enables them to continue operating normally if single lamp fails, antistriation control that creates even level of light output, as well as flicker-free operation. With minimum starting temperature of -18°C, ballasts offer power factor of greater than 90%, THD of 10%, and lumen output of 0.87.

DC-AC Inverter provides alarm signal output.

DC-AC Inverter provides alarm signal output.

Taiyo Yuden (USA), Inc.    Schaumburg, IL 60173
Apr 01, 2009 Designed to drive CCFLs in 12-17 in. LCD back-lighting applications, Model LS6Q-1612A-RH features dual LCD panel capability, brightness/backlight on-off control, and 5 V alarm output. Driver provides input of 12 Vdc and output current of 3.3-6 Arms/lamp. CCFL driving circuit includes self-oscillating DC-to-AC converter, which minimizes EMI. Measuring 5.91 x 1.97 x 0.39 in., RoHS-compliant inverter delivers 4 W/lamp or 16 W total with 1,500 Vrms start-up voltage.

Dimming Ballast suits T8 linear fluorescent applications.

Dimming Ballast suits T8 linear fluorescent applications.

ELB Electronics    Arcadia, CA 91006
Jan 22, 2009 Available in 2- or 3-lamp models, ELB Plus T8 32 W Dimming Ballast provides continuous light level dimming between 100-10% and allows facility managers to set ballast maximum and minimum light level output. Unit is equipped with built-in line voltage protection and 0-10 V control can be wired as Class 1 or Class 2 circuit. In addition to complying with ASHRAE 90.1 requirements for load reduction, unit meets ANSI standards C82.11-1993 and CD82.41-1991 and is UL-listed.

Downlights feature CFL housings with optimized socket cup.

Prescolite    Spartanburg, SC 29303
Jun 09, 2008 Offered with various apertures, light sources, and distributions, Architektur series downlights are configured with socket cup that features spring position to facilitate installation as well as reflector adjustment. Design also ensures lamp maintains its vertical position while promoting rigidity and consistency from cup to cup and spring to spring. Compatible with limited plenum spaces, products also incorporate Virtual Source optics for glare control.

HID Ballasts suit indoor and outdoor applications.

HID Ballasts suit indoor and outdoor applications.

American Ballast    Fremont, CA 94538
Jun 04, 2008 With minimum lamp starting temperature of -30°C, energy efficient electronic HID ballasts are designed for supermarkets, malls, industrial sites, parking lots, and warehouses. Operating quietly at high frequency, they feature auto restart and shutdown function, 65-90 color rendering index, open circuit protection, short circuit protection, igniter failure protection, and surge protection. Units meet FCC rules and regulations and ANSI requirements as well as EISA and RoHS standards.

Fluorescent Lamp Ballasts feature DALI protocol.

Advance Div. of Philips Electronics North America    Rosemont, IL 60018
May 15, 2008 Suited for use with most Building Management Systems, ROVR(TM) Ballasts come in 1-lamp, 54 W model for T5 fluorescent applications, as well as 1- and 2-lamp models supporting 17, 25, or 32 W T8 fluorescent applications. All feature IntelliVolt® multiple voltage technology and continuous dimming from 100% to 3%. Digital Addressable Lighting Interface enables 2-way communications with individual lighting fixtures and allows users to set up various lighting configurations.

Low-Profile CCFL Inverters have wide input voltage range.

Low-Profile CCFL Inverters have wide input voltage range.

Endicott Research Group    Endicott, NY 13761
Mar 26, 2008 Available in single- and dual-lamp versions, Smart Force(TM) SFW Series dc-to-ac inverters are designed for display backlighting applications that require wide range dimming, lamp current stability over wide input range (8-18 V), and full RoHS compliance. Intelligent power solutions, at less than 6 mm high, offer open lamp detection, onboard PWM dimming, and lamp current regulation. They can be used in 5.7-12.1 in. LCDs (single-output) or 6.4-15 in. LCDs (dual output).

Electronic Ballasts suit 70 and 100 W metal halide lamps.

Electronic Ballasts suit 70 and 100 W metal halide lamps.

Advance Div. of Philips Electronics North America    Rosemont, IL 60018
Dec 24, 2007 Designed with self-heating thermal protector circuitry, e-Vision® HID Ballasts feature auto shut-off mechanism for lamps operating in questionable thermal environment due to misapplication or failure of thermal protector heating elements. IntelliVolt® multiple-voltage technology provides consistent protection and illumination, even during voltage dips or brownouts. With 90°C max case temperature, ballasts include automatic lamp power control, lamp monitoring, and EOL protection.

Electronic Ballasts are available in 120-277 V versions.

Electronic Ballasts are available in 120-277 V versions.

SLI Lighting    Mullins, SC 29574
Dec 10, 2007 Model T5 ballasts are available in 28 and 54 W versions, while T8 ballasts are available in low power, normal power, and high power versions. Designed for high bay fixtures, ballasts are universal voltage, ranging from 120-277 V, and offer low THD.

Electronic Ballast includes step-dim feature.

Electronic Ballast includes step-dim feature.

Advance Div. of Philips Electronics North America    Rosemont, IL 60018
Oct 17, 2007 Designed to operate two 28 W T5 fluorescent lamps, Optanium® Ballast incorporates programmed start lamp ignition to extend lamp life in frequent switching applications, and IntelliVolt® technology, which enables ballast to operate at 120-277 V, 50/60 Hz. Safety features include auto restart and ballast shutdown mode. Available in .95 and 1.15 ballast factor options, unit operates from any line voltage switching device such as toggle switches and occupancy sensors.

Lighting Control System suits fluorescent applications.

IEPC Corp.    Huntington Beach, CA 92649
Sep 19, 2007 Combining solid-state electronics with on-site, remote, and aggregate Web-based controls, Vari-Ballast Control (VBC) includes electronic ballast and microprocessors to regulate current flow. Lamp and fixture maintenance is achieved by using built-in scheduler, timer, relay, and dimmer. Measuring 6 x 6 x 4 in., Model VB400 features 90-300 V universal input voltages, 14-430 W variable output wattages, and controlled start-up and shut-down.

Light Level Switching Ballast accommodates F14T5 lamps.

Light Level Switching Ballast accommodates F14T5 lamps.

Universal Lighting Technologies    Nashville, TN 37214
Aug 13, 2007 Switching from full to half output via wall switch or lighting relay, Ballastar® T5 (part no. B214PU115S50A) has ballast factor of 1.15 and can operate one or two F14T5 lamps. It provides max light output for 2-by-2 fixture applications and illuminates entire area evenly. Operating from 120-277 V, 50 or 60 Hz, ballast includes end-of-lamp-life shutdown circuitry with auto re-strike for safe operation and exhibits less than 10% THD at full brightness.

Ballast ICs deliver system-in-a-package CFL solution.

Fairchild Semiconductor    San Jose, CA 95134
Jul 27, 2007 Available in Pb-free packages that meet or exceed standard J-STD-020C requirements, Models FAN7710 and FAN7711 feature built-in adaptive ZVS control, 15 V shunt regulator, HVIC, and UVLO function. Suited for CFL designs, Model FAN7710 includes one high-side 625 V gate driver circuit, two 550 V MOSFETs, and frequency control circuit. Model FAN7711 integrates all but 2 MOSFETs offered by Model FAN7710, and suits LFL designs as well as CFL applications.

Electronic Fluorescent Ballasts do not require warm-up.

Electronic Fluorescent Ballasts do not require warm-up.

American Ballast    Fremont, CA 94538
May 30, 2007 Designed for use in ENERGY STAR®-compliant fixtures, T5/HO series is suited as retrofit and replacement for HID systems used for various commercial and industrial fluorescent lighting applications. Series includes 2-, 3-, and 4-lamp ballasts, all of which accept universal input voltage from 120-277 V (108-305 V) and feature program start function that promotes lamp life. There are also ˝ and ľ lamp configurations designed to withstand elevated operating temperatures.

Lighting Ballast complies with switching requirements.

Lighting Ballast complies with switching requirements.

Universal Lighting Technologies    Nashville, TN 37214
May 24, 2007 Model B232PUS50-A Ballastar® light-level switching ballast for T8 lamps provides light level control by switching from full light to 50% power using standard wall switches or relays allowing for easy compliance with ASHRAE 90.1 and California Title 24 switching requirements. Model B232PUS50-A complies with CEE requirements for high performance T8 lighting, operates 1 or 2 F32T8, F25T8, or F17T8 lamps, and has a light ballast factor of .88.

Electronic Dimming Ballast uses multiple-voltage technology.

Electronic Dimming Ballast uses multiple-voltage technology.

Advance Div. of Philips Electronics North America    Rosemont, IL 60018
Mar 06, 2007 Designed for use with 24 W T5 High Output and 24 W Long Twin Tube fluorescent lamp applications, Mark 10® Powerline measures 16.7 x 1.18 x 1 in. and features IntelliVolt® technology for operation at 120-277 V, 50/60 Hz. Ballast delivers 100-5% continuous dimming capability and takes dimming signal directly from power line to eliminate need for additional control wiring. Operation above 40 kHz minimizes risk of interference problems, and THD is less than 10%.

Electronic Ballast replaces magnetic T12 ballasts.

Electronic Ballast replaces magnetic T12 ballasts.

Universal Lighting Technologies    Nashville, TN 37214
Jan 04, 2007 Designed for F96T12HO lamps, Basic-12(TM) Model B295SRUNVHP replaces traditional magnetic T12 high-output ballasts in existing or new fixtures. Featuring universal input voltage of 120-277 V, unit provides 21 W savings when replacing magnetic ballast operating two F96T12HO lamps. Basic-12 is lighter than magnetic ballasts but has same mounting dimensions and wiring, and can also operate F48, F60, F72, and F84T12HO lamps.

Interface Module connects up to 64 electronic ballasts.

Interface Module connects up to 64 electronic ballasts.

Siemens AG    Munich D-80333  Germany
Dec 14, 2006 Without requiring separate control block, instabus/Dali gateway N141 can implement lighting effects such as running lights or color washes for building facades and store display windows. Up to 64 Dali ballasts can be switched and dimmed via Gamma instabus. With Dali gateway, all Dali electronic ballasts can be controlled individually or in groups. N-system housing has size of 4 module widths, and connection to bus is via bus terminal or contact system.

Electronic Ballasts suit compact fluorescent applications.

Electronic Ballasts suit compact fluorescent applications.

American Ballast    Fremont, CA 94538
Nov 21, 2006 Featuring universal input voltage of 108-305 V, Electronic Ballasts are compatible with most infrared-based remote control applications as well as multiple lamp wattages and multiple number of lamps, including D, Twin Tube, Quad Tube, Triple Tube, and Circline lamps. Units are available with bottom or side entry terminal blocks and include color-coded connectors. Auto restart function and internal fuse maintain ballasts' circuit integrity.

Electronic HID Ballast operates 150 W metal halide lamps.

Electronic HID Ballast operates 150 W metal halide lamps.

Advance Div. of Philips Electronics North America    Rosemont, IL 60018
Nov 15, 2006 Measuring 6.3 x 3.6 x 1.5 in., e-Vision® Compact 150 W Electronic HID Ballast incorporates IntelliVolt® multiple-voltage technology to support various 150 W downlighting and accent lighting applications in retail, commercial, institutional, and outdoor environments. Along with electronic circuitry, ballast features 85°C max case temperature rating and safety features such as automatic lamp power control and lamp monitoring.




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