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ELECTRONIC BALLASTS
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ELECTRONIC BALLASTS - 2

Professional Electronic Ballasts Professional Electronic Ballasts 1 for T5 Linear Lamps Professional Electronic Ballasts 5 for T8 Linear Lamps Professional Electronic Ballasts for 9 TCL Linear Lamps Professional Electronic Ballasts for 13 TC-DEL Linear Lamps Basic Electronic Ballasts for Linear Lamps 17 Recommended Lamp Brands / Models 25 for Professional Electronic Ballasts Recommended Lamp Brands / Models 27 for Basic Electronic Ballasts Installation Information for Professional 27 Electronic Ballasts Installation Information for Basic 28 Electronic Ballasts...

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• AC operating voltage 185 - 265V, ignition voltage > 170V • DC operating voltage 196 - 330V, ignition voltage > 240V • High voltage protection >315 VAC • Low voltage protection < 150 VAC • Operation frequency > 40 kHz. • Average service life 50.000h (failure frequency at maximum ta temperature < %0.2 /1.000h) • Has protection for lamp instant failures. • Lamp life protection < 0.7s • It automatically restarts on lamp changes. • Lamp capacitive mode protection > 2.5s • Lamp asymmetric voltage protection > 2.5s • It performs lamp filament control initially and during operation. • It performs...

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Lamp operating characteristic • Warm Start: Lamp cathodes are heated by 1.5s of preheating in the AC and DC supply voltages. Emergency Lighting • It is compatible with the emergency lighting kits defined in the EN 60347-2-3 EK-J. • In energy cuts the stepping in time is 0.5s.

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ta (Operating Temperature) and tc (Test Point) ta and tc points are directly related to the life of ballast, tc value depends on the temperatures that are defined in the ta range. The value of ta is significant for the critical components used in the ballast (For example, electrolytic capacitors). ta and tc values are indicated on the ballast covers. For long operating life, these values should be followed. In addition, the terms of warranty are valid for the declared ta and tc values. 4 p FEDERAL Installation rules Electronic ballasts should be installed inside the lighting armatures in...

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T5 Linear Lamps T5 linear lamps should be applied along with the TRDLIGHT T5 electronic ballasts; the power and length values of T5 linear lamps are provided below. The only way to achieve the maximum efficiency of the system is by using appropriate lamps. The habit of considering only power criteria in conventional T5 Lamp Information The lamp connection diagrams of the electronic ballasts in following models should be as given above. Cable lengths are provided in the table. • TRD5-FDH-1/MW (1x14W) • TRD5-FDH-1/MW (1x35W) • TRD5-FDH-1/MW (1x21W) • TRD5-FDH-1/54 (1x54W) • TRD5-FDH-1/MW...

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• AC operating voltage 185 - 265V, ignition voltage > 170V • DC operating voltage 196 - 330V, ignition voltage > 240V • High voltage protection >315 VAC • Low voltage protection < 150 VAC • Operation frequency > 40 kHz. • Average service life 50.000h (failure frequency at maximum ta temperature < %0.2 /1.000h) • Has protection for lamp instant failures. • Lamp life protection < 0.7s • It automatically restarts on lamp changes. • Lamp capacitive mode protection > 2.5s • Lamp asymmetric voltage protection > 2.5s • It performs lamp filament control initially and during operation. • It performs...

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Lamp operating characteristic • Warm Start: Lamp cathodes are heated by 1.5s of preheating in the AC and DC supply voltages. Emergency Lighting • It is compatible with the emergency lighting kits defined in the EN 60347-2-3 EK-J. • In energy cuts the stepping in time is 0.5s.

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ta (Operating Temperature) and tc (Test Point) ta and tc points are directly related to the life of ballast, tc value depends on the temperatures that are defined in the ta range. The value of ta is significant for the critical components used in the ballast (For example, electrolytic capacitors). ta and tc values are indicated on the ballast covers. For long operating life, these values should be followed. In addition, the terms of warranty are valid for the declared ta and tc values. Installation rules Electronic ballasts should be installed inside the lighting armatures in accordance...

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T8 Linear Lamps T8 linear lamps should be applied along with the T8 electronic ballasts; the power and length values of T8 linear lamps are provided below. The only way to achieve the maximum efficiency of the system is by using appropriate lamps. The habit of considering only power criteria in conventional (magnetic) ballasts is not applicable for the electronic ballasts. Different electronic ballasts should be used for each different power and type of fluorescent lamps. Considering that our products operate at 40 kHz. and above, the lamps to be applied in the system should be suitable...

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• AC operating voltage 185 - 265V, ignition voltage > 170V • DC operating voltage 196 - 330V, ignition voltage > 240V • High voltage protection > 315 VAC • Low voltage protection < 150 VAC • Operation frequency > 40 kHz. • Average service life 50.000h (failure frequency at maximum ta temperature < %0.2 /1.000h) • Has protection for lamp instant failures. • Lamp life protection < 0.7s • It automatically restarts on lamp changes. • Lamp capacitive mode protection > 2.5s • Lamp asymmetric voltage protection > 2.5s • It performs lamp filament control at start and during operation. • It performs...

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Lamp operating characteristic • Warm Start: Lamp cathodes are heated by 1.5s of pre-heating in the AC and DC supply voltages. Emergency Lighting • It is compatible with the emergency lighting kits defined in the EN 60347-2-3 EK-J. • In energy cuts the stepping in time is 0.5s.

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ta (Operating Temperature) and tc (Test Point) tta and tc points are directly related to the life of ballast, tc value depends on the temperatures that are defined in the ta range. The value of ta is significant for the critical components used in the ballast (For example, electronic capacitors), ta and tc values are indicated on the ballast covers. For long operating life, these values should be followed. In addition, the terms of warranty are valid for the declared ta and tc values. <pFEDERAL The ballast - lamp connection cables to be used in armatures shall be performed in accordance...

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