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Flourescent Emergency Ballast - Bodine - Facility Management Product Release
The B4CF3 Cold-Pak from Bodine is an extended-temperature fluorescent emergency ballast. It is designed for compact lamps to offer emergency lighting in cold temperatures and in small spaces.
The ballast measures 6 by 5.5 by 1.62 inches, and it operates in temperatures ranging from -4 F to +131 F. The emergency ballast powers one 13-42 W twin, quad or triple twin-tube, 22-40 W T5 circline or 18-39 W long compact for a minimum of 90 minutes in emergency mode and provides up to 1250 lumens initial light output.
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