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Metal Halide Ballasts - Advance - Facility Management Product Release
e-Vision electronic HID ballasts from Advance use dedicated circuitry for self-heating thermal protectors for 70- and 100-Watt metal halide downlight applications. The ballasts feature an auto shut-off mechanism for lamps operating in dangerous thermal environments whenever failure of thermal protector heating elements occurs.
The closed-loop circuitry helps protect against recessed downlight luminaire overheating. The wattage regulation optimizes lamp color quality and reduces lamp-to-lamp variations, while their electronic circuitry offers end users and luminaire manufacturers broad opportunities for energy savings, cost reduction, and design flexibility.
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