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  • Teccor Thyristors for Ignition of Fluorescent Lamps (.pdf)
    contact to the fixed post. At this time the ionization ceases and current can flow through and pre-heat the filaments of the fluorescent lamp. ThyrsitorAppNotes.pdf Teccor® brand Thyristors. AN1010. Thyristors for Ignition of Fluorescent Lamps. 1010. In this concept the ballast (inductor
  • AN0012 Electronic Lighting Ballasts
    All fluorescent lamps require a ballast to provide the electrical power to preheat the lamp electrodes, strike the lamp, provide the running power and control the discharge current. This can be achieved by either electromagnetic or high frequency electronic ballasts. With the introduction of new
  • Digitally Addressable DALI Dimming Ballast App.
    This reference design is a high efficiency, high power factor and digital dimming electronic ballast designed to drive rapid start fluorescent lamp types. The design contains an active power factor correction circuit for universal voltage input as well as a ballast control circuit using the IR2159
  • Bright future for energy efficient lighting
    New integrated circuits promise to make fluorescent lamps more "green. " Light it up International Rectifier devised this demonstration of a new CFL ballast chip for the device's European debut. In the U.S., Technical Consumer Products will make lamps incorporating the new chip under
  • Green Technology: How to power an energy-efficient light
    New lamps are more efficient, but what about the electronics? Designers need to learn a few new tricks about driving LEDs and CFLs. It isn't just more-efficient lighting that is driving down energy bills. Compact fluorescent lamps (CFLs) and LEDs wouldn't be found in many light sockets today
  • Highway, Street and Parking Lot Lighting, (The Importance of Installing Surge Protection)
    for High Frequency Fluorescent Lamp Ballasts, ANSI C82.11-2002 which states, “Electronic high frequency ballasts are more susceptible to line transients than line frequency magnetic ballasts. Therefore, transient protection shall be included”. In addition to being a ‘best practice’, including a surge
  • Design for Compliance - Get Through the Certification Process in the Least Amount of Time and for Minimal Cost
    935. Fluorescent - Lamp Ballasts Product Categories. UL 2108. Low Voltage Lighting Systems. UL 1104. Marine Navigation Lights. UL 2161. (Cold Cathode) Neon Transformers and Power Supplies. UL 1029. High-Intensity-Discharge Lamp Ballasts Product. UL 2388. Flexible Lighting Products. Categories. UL 1088
  • LED Lighting for Hazardous Locations (.pdf)
    of. claims have been retracted, and the major manufacturers are. compact fluorescent lamps. Manufacturers had to play a. providing products that perform as advertised. guessing game regarding which wattages and sizes would. LED Brightness. LED Color Rendering. Myth 1: LEDs aren’t bright enough. Myth 2: LED
  • CPTC Thermistor Application Guide
    is switched. off whereupon it is ready to resume its smooth-starting function. 2. Main parameter. a. Resistance at 25. R25. b. Switch temperature. TC. c. Maximum current. Imax. d. Maximum voltage. Vmax. e. Dimension (phi). 3. Circuit for typical application. FET. Fluorescent. switch. C. lamp. L. 20~40

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