GE UltraStart 96714 - 120/277 Volt - Programmed Start - Ballast Factor 1.05 - Power Factor 98% - Min. Temp. Rating 0 Deg. F - Operates (1 or 2) F32T8 Fluorescent Lamps
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GE UltraStart N 96714

(2) Lamp - F32T8 - 120/277 Volt - Programmed Start - 0.88 Ballast Factor

 
GE UltraStart N electronic T8 ballasts address the growing demand for energy-saving strategies incorporating automated light controls. The N series features a normal ballast factor ideal for applications for use with occupancy sensors, daylight harvesting strategies, and other frequently switched applications including general office lighting, retail, and schools. The GE 96714 electronic fluorescent ballast operates (2) F32T8 lamps at 120/277 input volts.

Features

  • Anti-Striation Control for better light quality, with no striations
  • Extends lamp life in frequently switched applications (> 100,000 on/off cycles)
  • Starting time visually the same as instant start
  • Ideal for use with occupancy sensors
  • Parallel Wiring
  • If one lamp dies, the rest stay lit

Specifications

Stock Code:  GE-96714
Family:  UltraStart N
Order Code:  GE232-MVPS-N
Voltage:  120/277
Length:  9.5 in.
Height:  1.2 in.
Start Temp. (Min):  0 Deg. F
Start Method:  Programmed Start
Type:  Electronic Fluorescent
CSA Listed:  No
Warranty:  5 Years
 
 
Brand:  GE UltraStart
Part No.:  96714
UPC:  043168967143
Ballast Factor:  0.88
Width:  1.7 in.
Operates:  (2) F32T8
Power Factor:  98%
THD:  10%
Weight:  1.65 lb.
UL Listed:  Yes
Case Quantity:  10
 

Customer Reviews

Rated 4.5 out of 5 by 2 reviewers.
Rated 4 out of 5 by Too early to tell, but so far so good Was straightforward to install and is working fine - quiet and starts quickly. 1000bulbs did a poor packing job so the unprotected tabs pierced the box and were bent. I complained and they promised to do better in the future. I am hoping the ultrastart ballast will allow long lamp life with more frequent on/off cycles; only time will tell if my hopes are realized. June 7, 2011
Rated 5 out of 5 by With automatic controls, program Start ballasts are essential. With ordinary (and less expensive) instant start ballasts, fluorescent lamp life decreases markedly with each on / off cycle. Because automatically controlled fixtures turn on and off more often than with manual controls, lamps can burn out sooner. However, because program ballasts turn on lamps gently and because automatically controlled lamps are generally on fewer hours than with manual control, lamp life is greatly extended. If you are replacing just replacing a ballast with this type of ballast in an existing fixture, be sure existing sockets are non-shorting, modified to be non-shorting, or replaced with non-shorting sockets. June 7, 2011
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