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GE ProLine 23671 - 120 Volt - Instant Start - Ballast Factor 0.94 - Power Factor 99% - Min. Temp. Rating 0 Deg. F - Operates (1 or 2) F32T8 Fluorescent Lamps
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GE ProLine N 23671

(2) Lamp - F32T8 - 120 Volt - Instant Start - 0.87 Ballast Factor


GE ProLine N electronic ballasts provide low ballast losses and high-frequency lamp operation, resulting in up to 34% energy savings compared to standard F40T12 magnetic lamp and ballast systems. The GE 23671 electronic fluorescent ballast operates (2) F32T8 lamps at 120 input volts. Ideal for use in normal light areas, this instant start ballast is typically used in offices, board rooms, and retail.


Stock Code:  BG-GE232N120
Family:  ProLine N
Order Code:  GE-232-120-N
Voltage:  120
Length:  9.5 in.
Height:  1.2 in.
Start Temp. (Min):  0 Deg. F
Start Method:  Instant Start
Type:  Electronic Fluorescent
CSA Listed:  No
Warranty:  5 Years
Brand:  GE ProLine
Part No.:  23671
UPC:  043168236713
Ballast Factor:  0.87
Width:  1.7 in.
Lamps Operated:  (2) Lamps
Power Factor:  99%
THD:  10%
Weight:  1.45 lb.
UL Listed:  Yes
Case Quantity:  10



  • Offices
  • Retail
  • Schools
  • Universities
  • Plants
  • Hotels
  • Warehouses
  • Hospitals

  • ProLine ballasts operate at a normal ballast factor of .87 for the primary lamps, assuring full light output. Multi-Volt ProLine ballasts are offered at a (N) Normal, (H) High light output and (L) Low energy consumption ballast factors. The small package and cross section of ProLine ballasts bring greater flexibility in fixture design and easy retrofitting, yielding time, inventory and labor savings.

    Customer Reviews

    Rated 5 out of 5 by 1 reviewer.
    Rated 5 out of 5 by Sold performance I'm converting about 80 T-12 fixtures with magnetic ballast to T-8 tubes with electronic ballast. With that many conversions, I needed a reasonable price and easy installation. The GE Proline fit the bill. I can't comment on the life yet, but performance is great. No problems with noise or interference with any computers or sound systems so far. And no more 60 cycle hum to drive me nuts! Conversion takes about 20 minutes. Just remove the old ballast, wire the new one in according to the diagram, and replace the T-12 tubes with T-8s. Done. May 15, 2012
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