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Advance Optanium IOP-4P32-LW-N-35I

(4) Lamp - F32T8 - 120/277 Volt - Instant Start - 0.74 Ballast Factor

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This electronic fluorescent ballast operates (4) F32T8 lamps at 120/277 input volts.

  • Ideal for use in low light areas

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$20.24 ea.
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This electronic fluorescent ballast operates (4) F32T8 lamps at 120/277 input volts.

  • Ideal for use in low light areas

Product Attributes

Brand Advance
Family Optanium
MPN (Part No.) IOP-4P32-LW-N-35I
Voltage 120
Ballast Factor 0.74
Length 9.5 in.
Width 1.3 in.
Height 1 in.
NEMA Premium
Start Temp. (Min) -20 Deg. F
Power Factor 99%
Start Method Instant Start
THD 10%
Type Electronic Fluorescent
Weight 1.4 lb.
Warranty 5 Years
Case Quantity 10
Lamps Operated (4) Lamps
UPC 781087125199
Ratings and Certifications CSA/UL Indoor
Lighting Technology Fluorescent


Philips Advance Optanium high efficiency electronic ballasts are engineered to optimize lighting performance and maximize energy savings. These ballasts provide an unparalleled package of features and benefits to support the wide variety of fluorescent lamps out in the market place.

Optanium ballasts help to meet a variety of application challenges including design, installation, maintenance, and evolving lamp technology. Optanium ballasts are available in a standard light output, high light output, and a low watt design with input voltages of 120 to 277 or 347. Also these ballasts have a cold starting capability down to 0??F (with standard lamps) These two features combined make it ideal for just about any T8 fixture design and application. These ballasts are available in either instant start or programmed start ignition for extended lamp life in frequent switching applications such as those where occupancy sensors or motion detectors are being used.

As a charter product in the NEMA Premium Ballast Program, Optanium ballasts are recognized as supporting energy efficient lighting objectives. The National Electrical Manufacturers Association (NEMA) has created this program to help lighting professionals and end users recognize the market???s highest performing ballast products.