Lighting Ballasts

Controls & Controllers

Lighting Control System suits fluorescent applications.

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...

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Electrical Equipment & Systems

PureSpectrum, Inc. Set to Test Low Wattage CFL Prototype

11.8W lamp engineered to match light output of 60W incandescent bulb. SAVANNAH, Ga., July 25 -- PureSpectrum, Inc. (OTC Pink Sheets: PSPM) is preparing to test an 11.8-watt Compact Fluorescent Lamp (CFL) prototype bulb that has been engineered to produce the equivalent light output of a 60W incandescent bulb. PureSpectrum owns the rights to multiple patents related to a technology to improve the...

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Light Level Switching Ballast accommodates F14T5 lamps.
Electrical Equipment & Systems

Light Level Switching Ballast accommodates F14T5 lamps.

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...

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Electrical Equipment & Systems

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

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...

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Injection Molding from 3D Printed Molds
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Injection Molding from 3D Printed Molds

3D printing has become one of the biggest trending technological innovations of the 21st century. With its logistical efficiency, ability to easily modify designs, and speed of production, it’s no surprise that the manufacturing industry is turning to 3D printing for a multitude of applications. This white paper explores how 3D printing can be beneficial specifically for manufacturers focused on low volume injection molding of small plastic parts. The report features a succinct yet detailed overview of two case studies, both of which exhibit the advantages and possible challenges of making molds via 3D printing. The article goes on to offer advice on how such challenges can be overcome, as well as some guidelines for mold design. If you’re looking to break the mold to save time and money, download this white paper and see if 3D printing is the right solution for your business.

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Electrical Equipment & Systems

Halco Introduces ProLume(TM) Ballast Line

Norcross, Ga., June 29, 2007 -- Halco Lighting Technologies(TM) has unveiled a comprehensive line of Linear Fluorescent, Compact Fluorescent, Plastic Sign, and H.I.D. ballasts. Known for its high quality ProLume® lamps, Halco has added ProLume(TM) ballasts to their line, which is one of the most extensive offerings in the industry. Halco's ProLume(TM) ballast offering includes a wide range of...

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Electrical Equipment & Systems

Independent Testing Confirms PureSpectrum Technology is Compatible with Brand Name CFLs

Independent Testing Confirms PureSpectrum Technology is Compatible with Brand Name CFLs Battery of tests demonstrates that patented ballast technology will successfully power Phillips, Sylvania and GE bulbs SAVANNAH, Ga., May 8 // -- Photometric testing performed at a leading facility for lighting testing has confirmed that ballasts built with PureSpectrum Technology are able to be seamlessly...

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Electronic Fluorescent Ballasts do not require warm-up.
Electrical Equipment & Systems

Electronic Fluorescent Ballasts do not require warm-up.

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 ½ and ¾...

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Lighting Ballast complies with switching requirements.
Electrical Equipment & Systems

Lighting Ballast complies with switching requirements.

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...

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Electrical Equipment & Systems

PureSpectrum, Inc. Will Develop T-8 Fluorescent Prototype

SAVANNAH, Ga., April 12 -- PureSpectrum, Inc. (Pink Sheets: PSPM) will develop a ballast prototype for a four-tube, four- foot T-8 lamp, which will create additional markets for PureSpectrum Technology by ensuring that the proprietary circuitry design is viable for all major categories of fluorescent and High Intensity Discharge lighting. Lighting systems are responsible for approximately 35...

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Electronic Dimming Ballast uses multiple-voltage technology.
Electrical Equipment & Systems

Electronic Dimming Ballast uses multiple-voltage technology.

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...

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