Lighting Ballasts

Electronic Ballasts target 42 W CFL applications.
Electrical Equipment & Systems

Electronic Ballasts target 42 W CFL applications.

SmartMate® Electronic Ballasts offer maximum rated case temperature of 90°C for use in applications involving two 42 W compact fluorescent lamps. Intellivolt® technology allows ballasts to operate at any input voltage from 120-277 V, 50/60 Hz. Units feature color-coded connectors, THD below 10%, end-of-lamp-life protection, and programmed start lamp ignition for extended lamp life in frequent...

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Lamp and Ballast Kits update existing HID lighting systems.
Electrical Equipment & Systems

Lamp and Ballast Kits update existing HID lighting systems.

HID Lamp and Ballast Kits provides means to update HID lighting systems for energy-savings, replacement of failed lighting system components, or retrofit of one lighting system to another without fixture replacement. Each kit includes core and coil ballast with QUAD multiple input voltage connections rated for 120, 208, 240, and 277 V, or ballast rated for single input voltage of 480 V. Kits also...

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Electronic Ballast ignite CFLs in less than one second.
Electrical Equipment & Systems

Electronic Ballast ignite CFLs in less than one second.

Featuring Quik-Start(TM) technology, SmartMate Series includes models that support 13, 18, 26, 32, and 42 W compact fluorescent lamps in commercial, retail, and residential applications. Color-coded, poke-in connectors insure wiring accuracy while minimizing fixture assembly and ballast installation time. Offered in M1 metal case styles, ballasts include end-of-lamp-life protection and come with...

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Ten Important Questions to Ask Before Selecting a Sign Company
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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.

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Dimming Ballast offers ballast factor of 1.18.
Electrical Equipment & Systems

Dimming Ballast offers ballast factor of 1.18.

Packaged in low-profile housing, Mark 7 0-10 V Electronic Dimming Ballast is rated at 277 V, allowing operation of four 32 W T8 fluorescent lamps. With dimming ability down to 3% relative light output, ballast will operate between 149 and 27 W. Unit includes programmed-start lamp ignition, total harmonic distortion below 10%, automatic restrike, and operation above 42 kHz. It is suited for big...

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Electronic Ballast saves energy.
Electrical Equipment & Systems

Electronic Ballast saves energy.

QUICKTRONIC® High Efficiency Series uses up to 6% less energy than conventional electronic ballasts, without compromising light output or lamp life. It operates 17, 25, 28, 30, and 32 W T8 fluorescent lamps and features less than 10% THD and Universal Voltage. System operates from 120-277 V. Parallel lamp operation provides independent lamp operation, with same wiring and footprint as...

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Miniature Electronic Ballasts come in 1- or 2-lamp models.
Electrical Equipment & Systems

Miniature Electronic Ballasts come in 1- or 2-lamp models.

Offered in 4.4 x 1.85 x .94 in. (one lamp) and 5.0 x 1.85 x .94 in. (2 lamps) sizes, Matchbox® ballasts include High Power Factor (HPF) models for operation of 4-pin compact fluorescent and T5 linear fluorescent lamps @ 120 V. Products operate compact fluorescent lamps in various combinations and feature color-coded poke-in connectors and end-of-lamp-life circuitry. Instant-on electronic design...

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Electronic Ballast suits hi-bay fixtures.
Electrical Equipment & Systems

Electronic Ballast suits hi-bay fixtures.

Centium® Electronic Ballast for 4-Lamp T5/HO lamp applications is available in 16.7 in. housing with integral leads. IntelliVolt® multiple-voltage technology enables operation at any input voltage from 120-277 V, 50/60 Hz. Programmed-start ignition insure optimum lamp life in frequent switching applications. Ballast features 90°C case temperature rating, total harmonic distortion less than...

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Ballasts convert fluorescent lights into emergency lights.
Electrical Equipment & Systems

Ballasts convert fluorescent lights into emergency lights.

Embassy Series ballasts turn standard fluorescent fixtures into emergency lighting. When AC power fails, battery packs shift to emergency mode, providing 90-120 min of emergency run time for one or 2 lamps. When AC power is restored, unit recharges battery in 24 hr. Usable with switched or unswitched fixtures, compact models are available in quad, twin-tube, or triple twin-tube fixtures. Lumen...

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Do You Have Unique Lifting Needs?
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Do You Have Unique Lifting Needs?

EZRig Cranes offers lifting solutions that are engineered for robust performance, providing the ultimate in portability. Designed for real-world lifting needs, our products are small and light with options and features that make them ideal for a broad range of applications. See our video to learn how an EZRig Crane can simplify your lifting requirements.

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