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Ballast Disconnect, 2 Port, PK25
- Item # 1TPG6
- Mfr. Model # 30-372
- UNSPSC # 26131813
- Catalog Page # 533
- Shipping Weight 0.35 lbs.
- ItemBallast Disconnect
- Number of Ports2
- Insulation TypeNylon
- Wire Range18 to 12 AWG Solid, 14 to 12 AWG Stranded
- Max. Voltage600V
- Connection TypePush-In
- ApplicationNew Installation or Retrofit
- Max. Temp.221 Degrees F
- Overall Length1.40"
- Connection MaterialCopper Alloy
- StandardsUL 2459, CSA 182.3
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“In indoor locations, other than dwellings and associated accessory structures, fluorescent luminaires (fixtures) that utilize double-ended lamps and contain ballast(s) that can be
serviced in place or ballasted luminaires that are supplied from multiwire branch circuits and contain ballasts that can be serviced in place shall have a disconnecting means either internal or external to each luminaire (fixture), to disconnect simultaneously from the source of supply all conductors of the ballast, including the grounded conductor if any. The line side terminals of the disconnecting means shall be guarded. The disconnecting means shall be located so as to be accessible to qualified persons before servicing or maintaining the ballast.”
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