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Ballasts - Universal Lighting Technologies Inc. - Facility Management Product Release
The B295SRUNVHP ballast is the newest addition to the Basic-12 family of ballasts and is designed for use with F96T12HO lamps, which can replace traditional magnetic T12 high output ballasts. Basic-12 ballasts comply with federal ballast efficiency requirements for installation into new fixtures. The new model meets ANSI Standard C82.11-1993 and Standard C62.41-1991.
New ballast features universal input voltage (120 to 277 volts) and has a minimum starting temperature of 60 degrees F for energy saving lamps and –20 degrees for standard lamps. Ballast is 11.75 inches long, 3.13 inches wide, 1.78 inches high and weighs 4 pounds. Remote mounting is 15 feet maximum lead length, 18 AWG. Ballast contains no PCB’s, is UL listed and CSA certified.
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