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Description: Hand Lamp, Hazardous Location, Fluorescent Lamp Type, 120 Voltage, 26 Watts, Replacement Lamps 1PGY3, Cord Length (Ft.) 50, SOOW Cord Type, 16/3 Gauge/Conductor, Housing Material Aluminum / Rubber Bumpers, Hard Coat Anodizes Aluminum Handle, Color Black/Yellow, 3.5 Housing Dia. (In.), 14.5 Length
- Lamp Power: 26 watts
Description: Flourescent Tubular Vision Lights: Type - Tubular Fluorescent Light; Light Color - White; Nominal Bulb Size - 12"; Wattage - 24W; Voltage - 120-277V AC; Ballast Mounting - External; Connection Type - Cable, Plug; Connection Size - 8ft 2.5m Cable, 3-Prong AC Plug; Enclosure Rating - IEC IP67
- Lamp Power: 24 watts
Description: Flourescent Tubular Vision Lights: Type - Tubular Fluorescent Light; Light Color - White; Nominal Bulb Size - 60"; Voltage - 120-277V AC; Ballast Mounting - Internal; Connection Type - Cable, Plug; Connection Size - 8ft 2.5m Cable, 3-Prong AC Plug; Enclosure Rating - IEC IP67, NEMA 4X; Housing
Supplier: AmSan LLC
Description: 4 Foot: 2 Lamp Saves 10 Watts Per Ballast; 8 Foot 2 Lamp Saves 15 Watts Per Ballast Cooler Operations (20°C To 25°C) Means Twice The Life Ballast #673436 and #673437 For 34 Or 40 Watt Lamps #673443 (120V) and #673447 (277V)
Description: Manufacturer: GE High Color Rendering, Compact Fluorescent, GE Biax [clear.gif] [clear.gif] 4-Pin lamp minimum starting temperature is a function of the ballast. Most ballasts are rated with a minimum starting temperature of 50 degrees F (10 C). Ballasts are also available that provide reliable
- Lamp Power: 50 watts
- Rated Average Life: 14000 hours
- Mean Lumens: 4000 lm
- Maximum Overall Length: 22.5 inch
Supplier: ATR Lighting Enterprises, Inc.
Description: LOA 4995C Dimmable 40 WATT DIMMABLE BALLAST WITH LAMP
- Compact: Yes
Supplier: Kennedy Webster Electric Co.
Description: GE 2D® 2D
- Lamp Power: 38 watts
- Rated Average Life: 40000 hours
- Maximum Overall Length: 8.11 inch
Supplier: Voss Lighting
Description: EXITRONIX Catalog Number XEB-5 Lamp Wattage 17 - 40 WATT LAMPS Input Voltage 120/277 V Additional Information FLUORESCENT EMERGENCY BALLAST UL LISTED; 5 YEAR WARRANTY; 90 MINUTE EMERGENCY OPERATION; 500 LUMENS
Description: TCP Brand "Batwing" Lamp Holder. Secures TCP brand lamp SKU 32032 to the ballast. Holder only. Lamp and ballast sold seperately.
- Lamp Power: 32 watts
Supplier: Hermitage Lighting Gallery
Description: This Light Bulb has a White Finish and is part of the Accessory Collection.
Supplier: Holtkoetter International, Inc.
Description: Double compact fluorescent lamp with 2-pin base, 2700K color temperature, 82 CRI, in retail package, ECOLOGIC for use on magnetic ballast
- Lamp Power: 13 watts
- Rated Average Life: 10000 hours
- Mean Lumens: 671 lm
- Color Temperature: 2700 K
Description: The spiral-shaped CFL SpiraMax GU24L fits most fixtures with a GU24-base and is offered in a 2700K (warm white) and 4100K (cool white) correlated color temperatures (CCT), and are ideal for table and floor lamps, recessed lighting fixtures, wall sconces, vanity bars, pendants and other corridor
- Rated Average Life: 10000 hours
- Color Rendering Index: 84
- Color Temperature: 4100 K
- Lamp Bases: Other Lamp Bases
Supplier: Litetronics International, Inc.
Description: High Watt CFLs are designed to replace HID light bulbs in high bay applications for energy savings and higher ROI. They utilize an external ballast, which offers better heat management and maximum lumen maintenance and life This 65-watt High Watt CFL has a 5000K color temperature and provides 4,200
- Lamp Power: 65 watts
- Rated Average Life: 10000 hours
- Initial Lumens: 4200 lm
- Mean Lumens: 3360 lm
Supplier: H P Products
Description: Dulux EL 23W compact fluorescent lamp with integral 120V ballast, medium screw base, color temperature 3000K, 82 CRI 6/cs.
Supplier: Garza Industries, Inc.
Description: Black. Features a full 3-1/2" diameter, three-diopter lens with cover. Flexible gooseneck arm for adjusting direction of light. Desk style lamp has an electronic ballast. Includes T4, FCL 13W fluorescent bulb. Electronic ballast.
Supplier: S & F Supplies, Inc.
Description: The right time to use a Big Boy is any time you can avoid using two shorter lamps of equal length. By reducing the number of lamp ends (lumen losses) more light per-foot is achieved without unsightly center raceway shadows and with reduced labor and material costs: fewer ballasts, fewer sockets
Supplier: Seesmart LED, Inc.
Description: Features aluminum heat sink, 286 long-life SMD LEDs, no UV, no noise or flickering, high shock and vibration resistance, mercury-free, works with typical electronic instant-start fluorescent ballast and battery pack for ease of installation and use
- Lamp Type: LED Lamps
- Lamp Power: 22 watts
- Color Temperature: 4000 to 4500 K
- Mean Lumens: 1392 lm
Supplier: ECO Light LED
Description: The T10 LED Tube light is a perfect replacement product for existing T8, T10, and T12 tube lamps with energy savings of 70%-80% over traditional fluorescent tubes. Not only is this product more energy efficient but it is also environmentally friendly containing no mercury or other harmful materials
- Lamp Type: LED Lamps
- Lamp Power: 16 watts
- Rated Average Life: 50000 to 80000 hours
- Color Temperature: 4500 K
Supplier: Ecopower, Inc.
Description: Lighting Benefits • ProTerra’s 2E™ system with features such as Smart Pulse Cooling • Healthy Natural Light • Energy Savings of up to 60% • Fully RoHS and LEED compliant • Green (no Mercury or Lead and recyclable) • Reduction in maintenance and disposal
- Lamp Type: LED Lamps
- Lamp Power: 31 watts
- Rated Average Life: 50000 hours
- Maximum Overall Length: 48.03 inch
Supplier: CableOrganizer.com, Inc.
Description: What's special about these work lights? 110 Volt AC high intensity light High frequency electronic ballast gives a flicker-free light Ideal for places where work space is limited Unique design of thermostatic elastomer handles and end caps absorb impact allowing longer bulb life Twin Bulb
Standards and Technical Documents - ANSI C82.1 Standard Document -- FOR LAMP BALLAST - LINE FREQUENCY FLUORESCENT LAMP BALLAST
Description: ), rapid-start (continuously heated cathodes), modified rapid start (cathode cutout), or instant-start, and also ballasts for cold-cathode fluorescent lamps, used primarily for lighting purposes, which come within this voltage range. The ballast and lamp combinations covered by this specification normally
Supplier: CSA Group
Description: This Standard applies to measurement of the efficacy of fluorescent lamp ballasts for use in fluorescent luminaires to be installed in industrial, commercial, or residential locations. This Standard applies to ballasts intended to operate at a line frequency of 60 Hz. This Standard covers ballasts
Description: ST7LIT19BF1 and STP5NK60Z based T5 fluorescent lamp ballast demo board; Silicon Manufacturer:ST Micro; Core Architecture:ARM; Core Sub-Architecture:ARM7TDMI; Silicon Core Number:ST7; Silicon Family Name:ST7LIT19BFx
- Category: Development Suite / Kit
- Manufacturer: Other
Standards and Technical Documents - Microcontrollers for Fluorescent and High Intensity Discharge Lamp Ballasts -- 19468Supplier: Atmel Corporation
Standards and Technical Documents - Automatic electrical controls for household and similar use - Part 2-3: Particular requirements for thermal protectors for ballasts for tubular fluorescent lamps -- IEC 60730-2-3 ed2.0
Description: This part of IEC 60730 applies to the evaluation of thermal protectors for ballasts for tubular fluorescent lamps. This standard applies to thermal protectors using NTC or PTC thermistors, additional requirements for which are contained in Annex J. Requirements concerning the testing
Supplier: IHS Product Design
Description: PERFORMANCE OF ELECTRICAL LIGHTING EQUIPMENT - BALLASTS FOR FLUORESCENT LAMPS PART 1: METHOD OF MEASUREMENT TO DETERMINE ENERGY CONSUMPTION AND PERFORMANCE OF BALLAST-LAMP CIRCUITS
Description: Compact Fluorescent Ballast, Electromagnetic, Lamp Type C, Preheat, 277 Voltage, 24 Input Watts, Min. Starting Temp. 0 Degrees F, 2 Pin Base Type, Number of F13BX Lamps 1, Number of F13DBX Lamps 1
- Ballast Technology: Hybrid Ballast
- Lamp Type: Other
- Start Method: Programmed / Preheat
- Nominal Voltage: 277 V
Description: Fluorescent Dimming Ballast, Hi Lume (r) 3D, T4 Lamps Lamp Type, Programmed Rapid Start, 120-277 Voltage, Number of Lamps 1, 32.1-32.5 Input Watts, Min. Starting Temp. 50 Degrees F, 0.12-0.27 Amps AC, Lamp Length N/A, Length 18 In., Width 1.18 In., Height 1 In., Number of F28T5 Lamps 1, 1.00
- Ballast Technology: Other
- Lamp Type: T4
- Start Method: Programmed / Preheat, Rapid Start
- Nominal Voltage: 120 V, 277 V
Description: Hand Lamps, Fluorescent: Type - Portable Hand Lamp; Lamp - PL13/41; Voltage - 120VAC; Ballast Type - Handle Mounted; Devices - Switch; Cord Type - 18/3 SJTW; Cord Length - 20' 6.10m; Additional Information - Fluorescent Bulb, Polycarbonate Guard Material, NEMA 5-15, 900 Lumens; Manufacturer
- Work Light Type: Handheld
- Lamp Type: Fluorescent
- Work Light Voltage: 120 volts
Description: FLOURESCENT HAND LAMP; Cable Length:25ft; Features:On/off switch in handle, ballast in handle, lamp type F15T8; Lamp Power Max:15W; Light Source:Fluorescent; Voltage Rating:120V
Description: Lamp Holder, Compact Fluorescent, G24q-3,GX24q-4 Lamp Base, 26/32/42 Watts, Wire Gauge Accepts 18 Solid or Twisted Overtinned AWG, Bottom Push in Wiring Connection, Bottom Screw Down Mounting, Color White, Length 1.31 In., Dia. 1.288 In., Features For Universal Ballasts, Standards UL/CSA, Use
- Lamp Base: Other Base Type
- Maximum Wattage: 26000 to 42000 milliwatts
Description: IC, PFC/BALLAST CONTROL, 16V, SOIC-20; Supply Current:7mA; Meter Display Type:Fluorescent Lamp; Supply Voltage Range:11V to 16V; Driver Case Style:SOIC; No. of Pins:20; Operating Temperature Range:-40°C to +150°C; MSL:MSL 2 - 1 year
- Device Type / Applications: Other
- Supply Voltage: Other
- TJ: -40 to 302 F
- IC Package Type: SOIC
Description: and specifically designed for use on filament and ballast (fluorescent and mercury) lamp loads.
- Type: Electrical Contactor
- Maximum Switching Current: 30 amps
- Frequency: 60 Hz
Environmental Test Chambers and Rooms - 30 CF Photostability Temperature and Humidity Chamber -- Series 9134Supplier: Parameter Generation & Control, Inc.
Description: cutoff. Three adjustable-intensity, lighted shelves Any combination of shelves (visible verses UV) can be selected at the time of order. The ballasts for the visible and UV lamps are interchangeable. The lamps can be replaced to convert from one type of light source to another. (If the automatic
- Type: Environmental Stability
- Configuration: Reach-In, Laboratory / Room
- Chamber Capacity: 224 gallons
- Test Parameters: Temperature, Humidity
Description: FEATURES UL1598 Wet Locations CUL NEMA 4X IP 66 High Pressure Hose Down Non-Metallic NSF Enclosure LIGHT SOURCE Fluorescent The NMFH series fixture is UL/CUL certified for wet locations, IP 66, Nema 4X rated for hose down environments and uses an NSF rated enclosure. It is commonly used
- Application: Industrial
- Light Fixture Type: Ceiling Fixtures, Fluorescent Lights
- Light Fixture Voltage: 120 to 480 volts
- Light Fixture Wattage: 0.0228 to 0.0724 HP
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30 Cubic Foot Photostability Chamber
and Products. Maximum usable height from light source to process area bottom will be 14". This includes riser and light sensor area if so equipped. Basic light source includes a manual dimmer for light intensity control. See OPTIONS for automatic light intensity control. FLUORESCENT SHELF. Light source as defined by ISO 10977. 16 ″ long, 4 pin base, compact fluorescent. 4000 ° Kelvin color/temperature. Light uniformity better than 10% RSD over defined, usable area of each shelf. Light source... (read more)
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Reach-In Plant Growth Chambers
Here are just some of the quality features found in our Reach-In Plant Growth Chambers: - Sturdy 18 and 22-gauge steel interiors and exteriors built to last much longer than less sturdy aluminum options. - Utilizes both fluorescent and incandescent lighting for uniform light intensity and optimal plant growth. - Dimmable ballasts, alone or in combination with light sensors, for precise irradiance control. - IntellusUltra Controller allows you to control temperature, humidity (optional), CO2... (read more)
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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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Technical support document: Energy efficiency standards for consumer products: Room air conditioners, water heaters, direct heating equipment, mobile home furn...
Technical support document: Energy efficiency standards for consumer products: Room air conditioners, water heaters, direct heating equipment, mobile home furnaces, kitchen ranges and ovens, pool heaters, fluorescent lamp ballasts and television sets.
Federal Register > Wednesday, March 24, 2010 > [75 FR 14288] Energy Conservation Program: Test Procedures for Fluorescent Lamp Ballasts
Federal Register > Wednesday, March 24, 2010 > [75 FR 14288] Energy Conservation Program: Test Procedures for Fluorescent Lamp Ballasts .
Reducing Barriers To The Use of High-Efficiency Lighting Systems
Task 2.1: Conduct searches and reviews of latest technical and patent literature related to photosensor, occupancy sensor, and dimming fluorescent lamp ballast technology and communications systems protocols..18 Task 2.2: Identify current controls manufacturers (occupancy sensors, photosensors, dimming electronic ballasts...
Federal Register > Monday, November 14, 2011 > [76 FR 70548] Energy Conservation Program: Energy Conservation Standards for Fluorescent Lamp Ballasts
Federal Register > Monday, November 14, 2011 > [76 FR 70548] Energy Conservation Program: Energy Conservation Standards for Fluorescent Lamp Ballasts .
Federal Register > Monday, April 11, 2011 > [76 FR 20090] Energy Conservation Program: Energy Conservation Standards for Fluorescent Lamp Ballasts
Federal Register > Monday, April 11, 2011 > [76 FR 20090] Energy Conservation Program: Energy Conservation Standards for Fluorescent Lamp Ballasts .
Federal Register > Wednesday, November 24, 2010 > [75 FR 71570] Energy Conservation Program: Test Procedures for Fluorescent Lamp Ballasts
Federal Register > Wednesday, November 24, 2010 > [75 FR 71570] Energy Conservation Program: Test Procedures for Fluorescent Lamp Ballasts .
Federal Register > Thursday, October 22, 2009 > [74 FR 54445] Energy Conservation Program: Test Procedures for Fluorescent Lamp Ballasts (Standby Mode)
Federal Register > Thursday, October 22, 2009 > [74 FR 54445] Energy Conservation Program: Test Procedures for Fluorescent Lamp Ballasts (Standby Mode .