FLUORESCENT EMERGENCY BALLAST
|Initial light output||300-650 lumens|
|Dual voltage input||120/277 VAC/60Hz|
|Ac input current||280mA|
|Ac input power rating||2.5W|
|Test switch||Single Pole|
|Battery||High-TemperatureMaintenance-FreeNickel-Cadmium Battery7-10 Year Life Expectancy|
|Battery charging current||270mA|
|Recharge time||24 Hours|
|Charging indicator light||LED|
|Temperature rating ambient||0?C TO +55?C(32?F TO 131?F)|
|Dimensions||9.4" x 2.4" x 1.5"|
FLUORESCENT EMERGENCY BALLAST, 300-650 LUMENS, 3.5W, 120~277V, 90 MIN., 280mA, SINGLE POLE
Works in conjunction with the AC ballast to convert new or existing fluorescent fixtures into emergency lighting.Consists of a high-temperature nickel cadmium battery, charger and electronic circuitry in one compact white case.When AC power fails, it immediately switches to the emergency mode, keeping one lamp illuminated at a reduced lumen output for a minimum of 90 minutes.It does not affect normal fixture operation and may be used with either a switched or unswitched fixture.The battery requires no maintenance, and has a life expectancy of 7 to 10 years.
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