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Atlas Full Line Catalog
Mfg: Advance Published: 2012 Version: 2012-2013 Cat 320 pages
These ballasts are available in either instant start or programmed start ignition for extended lamp life in frequent switching applications such as those where occupancy sensors or motion detectors are being used. Programmed start ballasts are designed to maximize lamp life in frequent lamp starting applications such as in areas where occupancy sensor controls are used. Add to My Library
Lighting Electronics Atlas
Mfg: Advance Published: 2010 Version: CO-7044-B 312 pages
These ballasts are available in either instant start or programmed start ignition for extended lamp life in frequent switching applications such as those where occupancy sensors or motion detectors are being used. In some fluorescent lighting systems, the ballast also provides a controlled amount of electrical energy to preheat or maintain the temperature of the lamp electrodes at levels specified by the manufacturer. Add to My Library
Atlas
Mfg: Advance Published: 2004 Version: Co-7042-R01 308 pages
We believe you will find it to be the most comprehensive and complete ballast reference resource in the industry today. Since they do not pro vide lamp electrode heating, instant start ballasts consume less ener gy than comparable rapid start, program rapid start or programmed start ballasts. As a result, they provide the most energy efficient solu tion to fluorescent lamp ballasting. Add to My Library
Atlas
Mfg: Advance Published: 2007 Version: CO-7043-R01 300 pages
This warranty is not applicable to any ballast subjected to abnormal stresses and operating conditions. The conditions of any tests concerning any ballast which is claimed to have not performed to this warranty shall be mutually agreed upon in writing and Advance shall be notified or, and may be represented at any such tests. Add to My Library
Atlas
Mfg: Advance Published: 2003 Version: CO-7041-R01 284 pages
The 2002-2003 Advance Atlas is the most comprehensive ballast catalog in the industry. It is therefore necessary that the voltage applied to ballasts be maintained with in the respective limits shown in the adjoining table. When the ballast is properly grounded, the leakage current does not constitute a hazard. Add to My Library
Atlas Ballast Reference Resource
Mfg: Advance Published: 2008 Version: CO-7044-R01 2-08 279 pages
1.1 Ballast shall be physically interchangeable with standard 1.2 Ballast shall be provided with integral leads color coded per Instant Start baliats allowing remaining lamp(s) to maintain 2.3 Ballast shall contain auto restart circuitry in order to restart 2.4 Ballast shaH operate from 50/60 Hz mput source of 120V through 277V with sustained variations of +1-10% (voltage and frequency) with no damage to the ballast. Add to My Library
Advance Transformer Ballast Selection Guide
Mfg: Advance Published: 1996 Version: 296/50M 164 pages
Our election to organized by lamp type and evolve out to all supporting ballast types will significantly shorten your search time for the appropriate lamp/ballast match-up. The new format will also provide you the opportunity to select the optimum ballast lamp system to fit your application needs. Add to My Library
Advance Transformer Ballast Selection Guide
Mfg: Advance Published: 1995 Version: 195/60M From No. 1280 164 pages
Our election to organized by lamp type and evolve out to all supporting ballast types will significantly shorten your search time for the appropriate lamp/ballast match-up. The new format will also provide you the opportunity to select the optimum ballast lamp system to fit your application needs. Add to My Library
The ABC's of DALI
Mfg: Advance Published: 2003 Version: CO-7110-R01 24 pages
DALI, as a concept, stands for an intelligent lighting management system that provides increased energy savings, easier installation and maintenance, and maximum control and retrofit flexibility – in an entirely open standard. Proprietary digital control methods, while having greater flexibility over analog systems, are still unable to control individual ballasts for ultimate flexibility and are even higher in complexity and implementation cost. Add to My Library
Ballast Quick Guide
Mfg: Advance Published: 2010 Version: CO-7600-R01 16 pages
As concerns about energy utilization and its effect on global climate change continue to make headlines, everyone is looking for ways to cost-effectively reduce their impact on the environment and comply with current energy efficiency regulations. With the latest energy-efficient ballast technology and years of industry experience, we’re helping our customers achieve their sustainability goals and boost their productivity and profitability through innovative products, tools, and resources we call Smart Solutions™ . Add to My Library
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