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Ballasts - American Ballast - Facility Management Product Release
The electronic ballasts for compact fluorescent lamp applications feature universal input voltage — 108-305 volts — and are compatible with most infrared-based, remote-control applications. The ballasts are compatible with multiple lamp wattages and multiple numbers of lamps including D, twin tube, quad tube, triple tube and circline lamps. They are available with bottom- or side-entry terminal blocks and feature simplified wiring with color-coded connectors to ensure wiring accuracy.
They feature an auto restart function and an internal fuse that maintains the their circuit integrity. Designed for use in ENERGY STAR compliant fixtures, the ballasts meet FCC non-consumer rules and regulations, ANSI requirements, and complies with all applicable state and federal efficiency standards.
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