Lighting Ballasts

Electronic Ballast replaces magnetic T12 ballasts.
Lighting Ballasts

Electronic Ballast replaces magnetic T12 ballasts.

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,...

Read More »
Electronic Ballasts suit compact fluorescent applications.
Lighting Ballasts

Electronic Ballasts suit compact fluorescent applications.

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...

Read More »
Electronic HID Ballast operates 150 W metal halide lamps.
Lighting Ballasts

Electronic HID Ballast operates 150 W metal halide lamps.

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...

Read More »
Lighting Ballasts

Electronic Ballast IC powers fluorescent lamps.

Offered in SO20 ECOPACK® package, Combo IC Model L6585 integrates power factor corrector with half-bridge controller and all relevant drivers and logic in single chip. It enables End-of-Life detection in either lamp-to-ground or block capacitor-to-ground ballast configurations. Device offers independently programmable pre-heating and ignition duration as well as half-bridge frequencies for each...

Read More »
Ten Important Questions to Ask Before Selecting a Sign Company
Sponsored

Ten Important Questions to Ask Before Selecting a Sign Company

In our fast paced world, signs are a critical means of communicating ideas succinctly and quickly. The process for creating a striking, well thought-out sign to best represent a brand or an idea may seem straightforward, but it’s actually a very nuanced process. A high quality sign company will take into account various factors including the size and placement of the sign, materials, colors, contrasts, branding, image building, and more. How can you determine which sign companies will craft the perfect sign for your business? This white paper outlines 10 questions that should be asked when selecting a sign company, eliminating some of the guesswork from making the best choice for your branding and signage needs.

Read More »
Lighting Ballasts

Fluorescent Lighting Ballast suits 3-lamp applications.

Designed for high-lumen applications using high bay fluorescent fixtures, ULTim8 B332IUNVHEH-A has two 3-lamp high ballast factor (1.18) ballasts in one 6-lamp F32T8 fixture. Compatible with standard F32T8 lamps, as well as 30, 28, and 25 W T8 lamps, solution operates from universal voltage (120-277 V) and is capable of replacing HID lighting. Along with quiet operation, product lends to lamp...

Read More »
Lighting Ballasts

Electronic HID Ballast works with metal halide lamps.

Measuring 4.3 x 1.3 x 1.2 in., e-Vision® 120 V Mini 20 W ballast blends into modern fixture designs for downlighting, track lighting, and accent lighting applications. Safety features include automatic lamp end-of-life detection and lamp monitoring. Lamp wattage regulation optimizes lamp color quality over life and reduces lamp-to-lamp variations. Product works with ceramic metal halide lamps...

Read More »
Pulse Start Metal Halide Ballast helps conserve power.
Lighting Ballasts

Pulse Start Metal Halide Ballast helps conserve power.

Designed for 875 W pulse start systems, P875MLTAC5M can save up to 165 W per fixture when used in applications where 1,000 W metal halide ballasts have previously been specified or installed. It is provided with pre-wired capacitor and pre-wired starter to facilitate installation into lighting fixture. Ballast also incorporates 4 input voltage taps (120/208/240/277) to cover range of lighting...

Read More »
Ballasts eliminate lamp flickering.
Lighting Ballasts

Ballasts eliminate lamp flickering.

T12 Slimline and T12 High Output electronic fluorescent ballasts are suited for lighting applications in commercial office, retail, distribution warehouse, and industrial high bay lighting. Slimline version features minimum lamp starting temperature of 0°F and is potted for cooler operation. Ballasts meet FCC rules and regulations, ANSI requirements, and are UL and CuL listed. They are also...

Read More »
Electronic HID Ballast operates two 39 W metal halide lamps.
Lighting Ballasts

Electronic HID Ballast operates two 39 W metal halide lamps.

Measuring 4.7 x 3.6 x 1.5 in., e-Vision® electronic HID ballast features all-metallic enclosure and 90°C maximum case temperature rating. Ballast includes IntelliVolt® multiple-voltage technology, which facilitates ordering and reduces stocking and SKU requirements, as well as lamp wattage regulation to optimize lamp color quality over life. Safety features include automatic lamp power control...

Read More »
Fluorescent Ballasts suit retrofits or new construction.
Lighting Ballasts

Fluorescent Ballasts suit retrofits or new construction.

Available in 120 and 277 V models with ballast factor of 1.18, two-lamp High Lumen ULTim8 Linear Fluorescent Ballasts include auto-restrike and anti-striation control features. To facilitate installation, units feature same wiring and mounting footprint as conventional ballasts, but have low profile housing. They are suitable for replacing 4-lamp T12 or 2-lamp T8 systems and for high bay fixture...

Read More »
Triad's Launch of JSU Series Junction Box
Sponsored

Triad's Launch of JSU Series Junction Box

Triad Magnetics is an established leader in power supply innovation, offering product lines that span a wide range of diverse industries and applications. Adding to their long list of successful product launches, Triad announces the release of the new cutting-edge JSU Series of power supplies. To learn about all of its advantages and advanced features, see our video.

Read More »

All Topics