Ignitor Assemblies suit magnetic HID fixtures.

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Square Plug-In Ignitor Assemblies are electrically identical to company's standard ignitors for metal halide and high pressure sodium ballasts, but are housed in mechanical enclosure with 3 tab terminals. Models LI551-SQR and LI501-SQR are for 35-150 W and 150-400 W HPS lamps, respectively, while Model LI533-SQR works with 50-400 W MH lamps.



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Advance Introduces New Square Plug-In Ignitor Assemblies for Magnetic HID Fixtures



(September 15th, 2004 - Rosemont, Illinois) Advance Transformer announces the availability of a range of innovative new Square Plug-In ignitor assemblies for use by the HID fixture manufacturing community to help simplify the lighting maintenance process.

Designed to make it easier to maintain, assemble, test, and replace ignitors in magnetic HID fixtures, the Square Plug-In ignitor assemblies are electrically identical to Advance's standard ignitors for Metal Halide (MH) and High Pressure Sodium (HPS) ballasts, but are housed in a special mechanical enclosure with 3 tab terminals. Advance's Square Plug-In ignitor assembly (including ignitor and mating receptacle) serves as a direct replacement or enhanced alternative to the standard product for greater simplicity and ease of use.

The following three Square Plug-In ignitor assemblies are currently available:
o For 35-150 Watt (55V) HPS lamps (catalog number LI551-SQR)
o For 150-400 Watt (100V) HPS lamps (catalog number LI501-SQR
o For 50-400 Watt (85 to 135V) MH lamps (catalog number LI533-SQR)

Advance Transformer Company, a leading ballast manufacturer based in Rosemont, Illinois, manufactures a full line of electronic and magnetic fluorescent and magnetic and electronic HID ballasts as well as a broad family of drivers for LED light sources. For more information on Advance's complete product line, visit Advance's website at www.advancetransformer.com or call Advance at (800) 322-2086. Advance is a division of Philips Electronics North America.

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