Advance 71A0490001D - 55 Watt - Low Pressure Sodium Ballast - ANSI L71 - 4 Tap - Power Factor 90% - Max. Temp. Rating 105 Deg. C - Includes Dry Film Capacitor and Bracket Kit
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Advance 71A0490001D - 55 Watt - Low Pressure Sodium Ballast

ANSI L71 - 4 Tap - Power Factor 90% - Max. Temp. Rating 221 Deg. F - Includes Dry Film Capacitor and Bracket Kit

 
The Advance 71A0490-001D low pressure sodium ballast features a 4-tap voltage input for compatibility from 120 to 277 volts. For use with 55 watt lamps, this magnetic HID ballast boasts a high power factor of 90%, ensuring maximum efficiency. A temperature rating of 221 degrees F makes the ballast suitable for mounting in warehouses and manufacturing facilities where high heat may be an issue. Includes dry film capacitor and bracket kit.

Specifications

Stock Code:  BA-71A0490001D
Part No.:  71A0490-001D
Voltage:  120/208/240/277
Ballast Type:  HX-HPF
Width:  3.5 in.
Mounting:  Hardware Included
Start Temp. (Min):  -22 Deg. F
Power Factor:  90%
Warranty:  2 Years
 
 
Brand:  Advance
UPC:  781087025567
ANSI Code:  L71
Length:  3.94 in.
Height:  2.81 in.
Operates:  SOX55
Start Temp. (Max):  221 Deg. F
Type:  Low Pressure Sodium
 

Customer Reviews

Rated 5 out of 5 by 2 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by Turned a lame CFL fixture into a rockin LPS fixture I refitted a barn-light style fixture by yanking out the CFL hardware and installing this. Works like a charm. The LPS bulb blows away the CFL that was there before at a lower cost for bulb and electricity. The upfront cost of the ballast kit is a bit high, but it appears well made and should last for a long time. June 18, 2011
Rated 5 out of 5 by Great Product For A Great Price! 55 W Low Pressure Sodium Ballast kit. Found what I needed easily and quickly. It's not your ordinary product. Easy installation especially with bracket kit that comes with the ballast. I would recommend to everyone. Very reasonable price! I will definately be making future purchases. June 7, 2011
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