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400W Metal Halide Ballast Kits M59 5-Tap

400W Metal Halide Ballast Kits M59 Multi-Tap
400W Metal Halide Ballast Kits M59 Multi-Tap
Manufacturer: James Lighting
Full ballast replacement kit w/ capacitor, core & mounting hardware
Ballast Type: MH Metal Halide
Full factory warranty 3 years!
Ballast 5-Tap Works on: 120V, 208V, 240V, 277V or 480V
Circuit Type: CWA
Lamp Wattage:Ballast 400 Probe Start
Dimensions:3.94″ x 2.84″ x 4.10″
ANSI Ballast Type:M59
Certifications:CSA, cRU, RoHS
Capacitor:24uF – 400V – 100C

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James Lighting focuses not only on 400W Metal Halide Ballast Kits. James Lighting designs and manufactures lighting systems that are energy efficient, uses less chemicals and have extended life. James Lighting is constantly enhancing existing HID ballast offerings and developing new lighting solutions. James Lighting products are designed to have the highest quality of light, creating a safe and productive environment for those who use them.

High Intensity Discharge (HID) lamps require a 400W Metal Halide Ballast Kits to apply starting voltage to the lamp and establish current flow – an arc – between the lamp electrodes. Without a ballast, the arc will extinguish or draw increasing current until some circuit element burns up. 400W Metal Halide Ballast Kits provide system stability by limiting the current that can be drawn.

Core and Coil metal halide HID ballast are used in over 90% of all HID lighting. Replacement ballast kits contain the appropriate core and coil, a properly rated capacitor and all components required for ballast replacement. The James Lighting, core and coil, 400W Metal Halide Ballast Kits is ideal for a wide variety of lighting applications, including factories, warehouses, gymnasiums and retail stores.

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