Lighting Ballasts

Lighting Ballasts

Electronic Ballasts replace magnetic T12 ballasts.

Available for 1- and 2-lamp applications, Basic-12(TM) Ballasts comply with federal ballast efficiency requirements for installation into new fixtures as well as with 2010 requirements for replacement ballasts. Rapid Start units are wired identically to magnetic ballasts they replace, and mounting dimensions are identical as well.

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Electronic Ballast works with variety of HID lighting.

E-Tensity ballasts are suited for HID lighting applications with lamp types from 20 W ceramic up to 400 W pulse start. They help lamps maintain original lumens to keep designed light levels and extend effective life of lamp. Available with SuperDim technology, which is compatible with 0-10 V dimming controls, ballasts have sound rating of A and may be used with photocells and occupancy sensors...

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Dimming Ballast works with metal halide lamps.
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Dimming Ballast works with metal halide lamps.

Offered in 150 W model (IZT-MH-150-CLF), e-Vision® Electronic HID Ballast features 0-10 V dimming interface with dimming to 60% lamp power. Unit incorporates IntelliVolt® technology, which enables operation at any input from 120-277 V, 50/60Hz. Ballast also features lamp wattage regulation and electronic circuitry. Safety features include automatic lamp power control/monitoring, power control...

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Electronic Ballasts operate 1-4 low-wattage T8 lamps.
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Electronic Ballasts operate 1-4 low-wattage T8 lamps.

Centium® Instant Start Electronic Ballasts are produced in low watt models for operation of 1-4 T8 fluorescent lamps rated 32, 25, and 17 W as well as same number of 30, 28, and 25 W Energy-Saving T8 lamps. With ballast factor of .77, units feature IntelliVolt technology, which enables operation at any input voltage from 120-277 V, 50/60 Hz. Products also utilize instant start circuitry and...

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T8 Dimming Ballast works on low-voltage or line power.
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T8 Dimming Ballast works on low-voltage or line power.

Installed on any line voltage from 120-277 V, QUICKTRONIC® POWERSENSE(TM) works on 0-10 Vdc or power-line dimming controls, operating linear fluorescent T8 lamps over 100-5% dimming range. Unit incorporates micro-controller technology and supports OCTRON® lamps from 17-32 W. Streamlined using 2-wire power-line dimmer to eliminate additional control wires, unit integrates circuit to protect...

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Electronic Ballasts feature IntelliVolt
Lighting Ballasts

Electronic Ballasts feature IntelliVolt

Available to run 1-4 T8 fluorescent lamps, Optanium(TM) Instant Start Electronic Ballasts are offered in 2 versions: standard light output design with .87 ballast factor, and low-watt design with .77 ballast factor. Lamps are operated at 42-52 kHz frequency, eliminating visible flicker. Additional features include anti-striation circuitry, lamp auto-restrike capability, 20-foot remote mounting...

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Electronic HID Ballast supports lamps rated to 400 W.
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Electronic HID Ballast supports lamps rated to 400 W.

Suited for commercial and industrial end-users, GE High-Watt 250-400 Electronic HID Ballast features self-contained construction that facilitates thermal management and installation. It operates multiple lamp types from 250-400 W, provides consistent light levels over lamp's life, and eliminates lamp color shift. Ballast provides up to 10% improvement in lamp lumen depreciation when powering...

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Recessed Ceiling Lighting suits shallow ceiling plenums.
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Recessed Ceiling Lighting suits shallow ceiling plenums.

TurboBaffle(TM) compact fluorescent baffled luminaires feature radial louvers inside that reflect light, but minimize glare. Virtual Source® optical system provides 45° symmetrical cutoff in all lateral planes. TurboBaffle is available in 6 and 8 in. apertures, with fixture depths between 4-5 in. Light output emanates from 13 W twin tube, 18 or 26 W quad tube, or 26, 32, or 42 W triple tube...

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Electronic HID Ballasts come in 70 and 100 W models.
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Electronic HID Ballasts come in 70 and 100 W models.

Designed to accommodate metal halide and high pressure sodium lamps, e-Vision® 70 W IMH-70-DLF/DBLS and 100 W IMH-100-DLF/DBLS70 employ electronic circuitry and provide automatic lamp power control and lamp monitoring. IntelliVolt® multiple-voltage technology enables ballasts to operate at input voltages from 120-277 V, 50/60 Hz, while lamp wattage regulation optimizes lamp color stability over...

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CFL Lighting Kit facilitates ballast replacement.
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CFL Lighting Kit facilitates ballast replacement.

CFL Mult-E Kit(TM) contains Triad® multi-exit ballast, snap-mount adapter plate, lead-wire harness, and wire extraction tool. Featuring Programmed Rapid Start technology and universal input voltage of 108-305 V, ballast performs at power factor above .98 with less than 10% TDH. It provides 1- or 2-lamp operation and includes end-of-lamp-life shutdown circuit for safe operation. Auto-reset of...

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