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GE 72275 GE232-MV-N 120/277-volt Multi-Volt ProLine Electronic Fluorescent T8 Instant Start Ballast, 2 or 1 F32T8 lamps. Instant Start T8 Ballast will accept up to 2 or 1 F32T8 lamps. Accommodates multi-voltages from 120 to 277-volts, extra versatile for your unique projects. Instant start electronic ballast for long lamp starting cycles and low initial cost. High performance instant start electronic ballast is for all general fluorescent applications. Mounting dimensions: 8.9-Inch L x 1.1-Inch W, Mounting slot set 0.3-Inch apart. Multi-Volt ProLine T8 Electronic Fluorescent ballasts meet minimum efficiency requirements as established with the NEMA Premium ballast program. Parallel lamp operation keeps the unit maintenance easier to manage, if one lamp fails others will stay on. Unit provides auto-restart functions, and is thermally protected against damage. T8 ballast sound rating: Class A (20-24 decibels). Ballast factor rating of Normal .87 for full light output, ballast factor rating controls light output and wattages of each lamp, a lower BF will reduce light output and wattage of each lamp, meaning more lamps would be needed to achieve a certain foot-candle level in the same area. Low profile housing and lightweight for portability. UL Type 1 Outdoor, UL Type HL, UL Class P listed, CUL listed, ETL NRCan, NEMA Premium, and ROHS Compliant - Industry standards for safety and performance.
GE Lighting offers both Ballasts and Linear Tubes for a Complete Lighting System
GE Lighting is the consumer lighting division of General Electric. We specialize in creating optimal lighting solutions for every space in your home.
GE's UltraStart T8 programmed start, GE UltraMax Instant Start and GE Proline T8 and T12 Instant Start ballasts are among the highest energy-efficient ballasts available and contribute to significant reductions in energy consumption and the curbing of greenhouse gas emissions.
Most GE Ballast will also efficiently operate LED T8 Type A tubes.
For Long Burn Applications: UltraMax Instant-Start Electronic Ballasts"p" Intended for long burn cycle applications, and offers a lower cost option when switched less than five times per day. These ballasts can virtually 'read' voltage, and exceed 90 percent efficiency. Our patented instant-start electronic ballasts transform the power of light into efficiency and savings from store shelves to the installation site. Offered in dedicated or multi-volt (120-277V), these high- performance T8 instant-start ballasts also meet minimum efficiency requirements as established with the NEMA Premium ballast program. These ballasts are offered in ballast factors: low wattage (.77), normal light (.87), and high (gt;1.15).
For Frequently Switched Applications: UltraStart Programmed Start Electronic Ballasts
UltraStart ballasts deliver longer life in frequently switched applications, such as those used with sensors. Our patented programmed-start electronic ballasts transform the power of light into efficiency and savings from store shelves to the installation site. An UltraStart ballast is ideal for extending lamp life, and provides over 100,000 starts before 50 percent lamp failure, while standard Instant start ballasts provide 7,000-13,000 starts before 50% lamp failure. UltraStart ballasts provide the same energy savings and convenience of instant start ballasts, but with the longer lamp life offered in a programmed start ballast. These ballasts are offered in ballast factors: programmed start x-low wattage (XL) (.60), low wattage (.71), normal light (.87), and high (gt;1.15).
Understanding Fluorescent Systems
GE introduced the first practical fluorescent lamp in 1938. All fluorescent lamps operate on electrical control gear called a ballast. Today, electronic ballasts have continued to replace the magnetic designs that were common previously. The 4-foot T8 lamp on an electronic ballast is the most common system. The generic version of this lamp is called the F32T8 and in recent years, energy saving reduced wattage lamps like the F28T8 and the F32T8/25W have become popular. These lamps typically operate on Instant Start (IS) or Programmed Rapid Start (PRS) ballasts and both types of ballasts are available in a variety of ballast factors ranging from 0.60 to 1.18.
|UltraMax Instant Start T8 Ballast||UltraStart Programmed Start T8 Ballast||Proline Instant Start T8 Ballast||Proline Instant Start T12 Ballast|
|Intended Usage||Linear Fluorescent and LED T8 Tubes||Linear Fluorescent and LED T8 Tubes||Linear Fluorescent and LED T8 Tubes||Linear Fluorescent and LED T12 Tubes|
|Start Type||Instant Start||Programmed||Instant Start||Instant Start|
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|Multi-voltage technology 120/277V||â||â||â||â|
|Current Crest Factor||lt;1.4||lt;1.7||lt;1.7||lt;1.7|
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|Increases energy savings by cutting power to cathodes after starting||â|
|Prevents ballast from arcing when sockets are damaged||â|
|Minimum Starting Temperature||-22Â°F||0Â°F||0-60Â°F||-0ÂºF for 8-Foot T12 and 50ÂºF for 40-Inch T12|
|Daylight LED: Active Spaces||Sunshine LED: Closet amp; Laundry||Cool White LED Tubes: Garage amp; Basement||Warm White LED Tubes: Kitchen amp; Bath||LED Recessed Lighting Kits|
|Lamp Type||T8 LED||T8 LED||T8 LED||T8 LED||Recessed LED|
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