Lighting Ballasts

Internal Ballast Fixture withstands adverse conditions.
Electrical Equipment & Systems

Internal Ballast Fixture withstands adverse conditions.

Encased in watertight, dustproof acrylic housing that has been field tested in hostile manufacturing environments, Lanternfish(TM) fluorescent lighting fixture handles voltages between 90-260 V and 50/60 Hz cycles, making it suitable for worldwide use. Unit gives clients option to have electronic ballast located remotely on power cord or locally inside IP67-rated fixture. Lanternfish(TM) is...

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Construction Equipment and Supplies

LED Driver offers 15-bit control resolution for smooth dimming.

Targeted at lighting applications that use large number of low-power LEDs and meet UL Class 2 requirements, ballast-style LINEARdrive DC 100 can be integrated in network or used as standlone device. DMX and 0-10 V compatible driver measures 153 x 50 x 23 mm and is configured via intuitive, 3-button user interface with display. Driven at 12 V, LINEARdrive handles max load for connected LED strips...

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Electrical Equipment & Systems

Fluorescent Ballasts can dim to less than 1%.

With universal input voltages of 120 V, 220/240 V, and 277 V, EcoSystem H-Series includes models for 1-lamp and 2-lamp T8, T5, T5 twin-tube, and 3-lamp T8. Units provide dimming from 100% to less than 1% for T8, to 1% for T5, and to 5% for T5 twin-tube. Digitally configured zones can be changed at any time without re-wiring. Able to be wired as Class 1 or Class 2, Digital Link makes ballasts...

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Electrical Equipment & Systems

Fully Dimmable CFLs match human eye's reactions.

TruDim(TM) compact fluorescent lamp (CFL) features ballast design with NXP GreenChip(TM) power management IC chip technology, which enables smooth and full dimming from 100%-1%. While digital InstaBright(TM) technology boosts CFL power briefly to increase initial lumen output and then adjusts to normal output levels after 30-45 sec, low-dimming level starting capability reduces need to reset...

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The Economic and Strategic Benefits of Cloud Computing
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The Economic and Strategic Benefits of Cloud Computing

Cloud computing and software-as-a-service (SaaS) are two of the hottest IT trends that have emerged in the last couple of decades. By creating the ability to store and access data and programs through the internet while cutting out the middleman (aka, hard drives and other physical devices), cloud computing offers many attractive features to companies in almost all industries, including fiscal savings, speed, scalability, ease of upgrades, and agility. Although the upfront savings of SaaS are undeniable, there are still many that favor on-premise systems and proprietary software. You may be wondering if transitioning to a cloud-based model is the right choice for your company, but with so many different viewpoints it can be hard to make sense of all the pros and cons. Using concrete data organized into helpful graphs, this white paper offers insightful interpretations of the numbers to show the ways in which SaaS can offer both financial savings and strategic advantages.

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Electrical Equipment & Systems

Linear Fluorescent Fixture Assembly installs in seconds.

Incorporating ballast and lampholders in single, self-contained assembly, Zipline(TM) Fixture Assembly Solution mounts transversely into molded, 1-piece lampholder system, bypassing need to install and wire ballast and socket components separately. Available in residential and commercial versions, assembly facilitates repair and maintenance since contractors can replace either side without...

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Electrical Equipment & Systems

Pulse Start Metal Halide Magnetic Ballast meets CA Title 20.

Offering up to 90% efficiency, 250W PS XEE quad-tap core and coil ballast is compatible with most existing 250 W luminaires and fully complies with California Title 20 legislation. It provides luminaire manufacturers with solution that fits into existing fixtures without modification and carries UL BTR code of A, facilitating substitution. Operating characteristics and design help reduce energy...

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Electrical Equipment & Systems

Electronic Ballasts offer multi-voltage capabilities.

Designed to run at 120 or 277 V, 4-lamp UltraMax(TM) 4-H Ballasts feature high ballast factor of 1.15 and are suited for offices, retail, schools, hospitality, and industrial applications. Multi-Voltage Control enables ballasts to read incoming voltage and adapt automatically to any voltage from 108-305 V, while Anti-Striation Control minimizes barber pole effect lines, even when exposed to cold...

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Electrical Equipment & Systems

Electronic HID Ballast promotes energy conservation.

Able to utilize 20 W ConstantColor® CMH® ceramic metal halide lamps, 20 W UltraMax® eHID ballast measures 95 x 40 x 25.4 mm, features cool operation, and operates at 90% efficiency. Square-wave operation maximizes system performance and lamp life, while other features reduce visual flicker and enable consistent lamp-to-lamp color. Thermally protected and transient protected, ballast maintains...

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Electrical Equipment & Systems

Electronic T8 Ballasts feature 347 V rating.

Delivering efficiency performance that exceeds 90%, GE UltraMax® and Proline® Ballasts qualify as NEMA Premium Standard products. Ballasts measure 8.9 x 1.3 x 1.18 in. and will house 1, 2, 3, or 4 lamp fixtures. Engineered to work in any fixture tray, both can be used in combinations of low, normal, and high ballast factor applications. GE UltraMax® models offer thermal control and operate in...

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Electrical Equipment & Systems

Electronic HID Ballasts have cool-running, long life design.

Measuring 2.99 x 1.3 x 1.10 in., UltraMax® micro electronic high-intensity discharge (eHID) ballasts are built to RoHS requirements and come in 20 as well as 39 W versions. Both feature lamp output regulation, which virtually eliminates lamp flickering and color shift from lamp to lamp. As suitable fit within HID track head fixtures, ballasts help retailers meet W/ft² requirements in order to...

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5 and 13 Micron Resolve Columns
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5 and 13 Micron Resolve Columns

Jordi Labs provides materials solutions that set the standard for innovation and quality. Our line of GPC and GFC columns are on the cutting edge of precision manufacturing and a result of our uncompromising commitment to quality and customer service. See our video to learn more.

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