Advance Mark 10 Powerline VEZ-1T42M2-BS-35M

277 Volt - Dimming - Programmed Start - Ballast Factor 1.0 - Power Factor 90% - Min. Temp. Rating 50 Deg. F - Operates (1) 42 Watt Compact Fluorescent Lamp


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Advance Mark 10 Powerline VEZ-1T42M2-BS-35M

277 Volt - Dimming - Programmed Start - Ballast Factor 1.0 - Power Factor 90% - Min. Temp. Rating 50 Deg. F - Operates (1) 42 Watt Compact Fluorescent Lamp

Philips Advance Mark 10 Powerline dimming ballasts make converting your existing fixtures as easy as 1-2-3. Simply replace the ballast, replace the switch, and dim the lights. That's all it takes! The Advance VEZ-1T42M2-BS-35M dimming fluorescent ballast operates (1) 42 Watt CFL lamp at 277 input volts. Ideal for use in normal light areas, this ballast is typically used in offices, board rooms, and retail. Also operates CFTR26W/GX24Q, CFTR32W/GX24Q and CFTR42W/GX24Q.

Ballast Kit

Specifications

Stock Code:BA-VEZ1T42M2BS3
Family:Mark 10 Powerline
Wattage:42 Watt
Ballast Factor:1
Start Temp. (Min):50 Deg. F
Start Method:Programmed Start
Type:Electronic Fluorescent
Brand:Advance
Part No.:VEZ-1T42M2-BS-35M
Voltage:277
Lamps Operated:(1) Lamp
Power Factor:90%
THD:10%
Warranty:5 Years

Features

Features

  • 100% to 5% full-range continuous dimming (down to 1% in T5/HO models)
  • Delivers up to 65% energy savings over standard fixed output T8 ballasts
  • Programmed start ignition optimizes lamp life in frequent starting conditions
  • Lamp ignition at any light setting, including the 5% level (1% in T5/HO models)

  • Advance's Mark 10 Powerline electronic dimming ballasts for linear fluorescent, 4-pin CFL, and T5/HO lamps are the full-range electronic dimming ballasts for fluorescent lighting systems. Flexible and easy to install because they require no additional wiring, Mark 10 Powerline Ballasts combine the long life and energy efficiency of fluorescent technology with the controllability and full-range dimming capabilities of incandescent systems.

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