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D83W2816M   Aerovox Corp. Film Capacitors Tolerance: ±3%. AC Voltage Range: 120 Vac to 660 Vac for HID; 550 Vac to 1,200 Vac for sign ballasts. Temperature Range: -40 °C to +105 °C for HID; 0 °C to +85 °C for sign ballasts. Approval Certification: UL, cUL (HID only). Applications include: area lighting, HID magnetic...
EB-232IS-U_934   McWong International, Inc. Ballasts Fluorescent Ballasts: Pacific brand magnetic fluorescent ballasts are a time-proven robust workhorse suitable for operation under the toughest lighting environments. Pacific magnetic fluorescent ballasts are also suitable in applications where radio interference of electronic ballast becomes problematic...
RL2SP20TP PLC Radwell Advanced Transformer Lighting, Ballast BALLAST MAGNETIC FLOURESCENT 120VAC F20T12 LPF
MB2X40277RS PLC Radwell Sylvania Lighting, Ballast BALLAST 2LAMP 277V INSTANT START MAGNETIC
RLQ120TP PLC Radwell Advanced Transformer Lighting, Ballast BALLAST MAGNETIC 20WATT 120V FOR F20T12
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  • Highway, Street and Parking Lot Lighting, (The Importance of Installing Surge Protection)
    differences in regards to the overall benefits. The robust magnetic ballast has been an industry standard, but is gradually being phased out in favor of more energy efficient lighting using a high frequency electronic ballast, along with newer LED, (light emitting diode) technology. But, as with any
  • The RS-232/DALI Bridge Interface
    Lighting Interface. It receives. standard magnetic ballasts. With the rise of digitally. commands through the RS-232 interface. The data. controlled ballasts, the need for devices that ‘talk’ to. packet length is three bytes. The first byte is the com-. them has increased as well. This application note
  • What is Inrush Current?
    When switching on solid state equipment such as computers, copiers, and electronic ballasts found in lighting systems, as well as magnetic devices like motors, drives, and core & coil ballasts, peak inrush currents can be several orders of magnitude greater than the circuit's steady state current
  • Power Factor
    Power Factor (pf) is the ratio of real power to total power. Real, or productive power, is the actual power used in a building, measured in kilowatts (kW). Reactive power generates the magnetic field for inductive loads such as motors, transformers, lighting ballasts, etc. Reactive power

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