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Lighting System - Osram Sylvania - Facility Management Product Release
The Quicktronic ProStart compact fluorescent lighting system provides up to 100,000 switching cycles for use on occupancy sensors and building control systems.
The programmed rapid start system features one mounting style of low profile, lightweight metal enclosures to provide simple assembly while the universal input voltage (120 - 277V) and multi-lamp, multi-watt capabilities allow for fewer SKUs to support a range of applications.
Designed for recessed downlights, wall sconces, and ceiling fixtures, the system comes with wire-trap connectors for quick and easy installation.
The system incorporates Quicksense end-of-lamp life sensing technology to help protect against overheated bases and sockets, as well as cracking of the glass wall. The ballast technology uses end-of-lamp life sensing to avoid false shutdowns caused by some static sensing methods and will auto-reset when the end-of-life lamps are replaced with new ones.
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