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Ballast - Universal Lighting Technologies Inc. - Facility Management Product Release
The B232PUS50-A Ballastar light-level switching ballast for T8 lamps provides light level control by switching from full light to 50-percent power using standard wall switches or relays. This allows for compliance with ASHRAE 90.1 and California Title 24 switching requirements. Light-level switching maintains even illumination of the luminaire.
It incorporates two hot power leads for control with two standard switches or relays. Switching one lead on provides 50-percent power while having both switches on provides 100-percent power.
It is designed to operate one or two F32T8, F25T8, or F17T8 lamps. Full light ballast factor is .88. It complies with ANSI ballast requirements and includes end-of-lamp-life shutdown circuitry with auto re-strike for safe operation. Universal input voltage allows for this ballast to be connected to any voltage from 120 to 277 volts at 50 or 60 hertz.
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