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Male/Female Ballast Disconnect, PK25

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Price: $70.95 / pkg. of 25

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  • Item # 1TPG6
  • Mfr. Model # 30-372
  • UNSPSC # 26131813
  • Catalog Page # 530
  • Shipping Weight 0.35 lbs.
Country of Origin ChinaCountry of Origin is subject to change.

Technical Specs

  • ItemMale/Female Ballast Disconnect
  • Insulation TypeNylon
  • Color CodeOrange
  • Wire Range18 to 12 AWG Solid, 14 to 12 AWG Stranded
  • Max. Temp.221 Degrees F
  • Max. Voltage600V
  • Connection MaterialCopper Alloy
  • StandardsUL 2459, CSA 182.3
  • Connection TypePush-In
  • Features2-Port

Compliance and Restrictions

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Details

Power Plug® Luminaire/Ballast Disconnects
• Max. operating temp.: 105°C (221°F) Max. voltage: 600V Meet Canadian Electrical Code 30-308(4) standards Meet National Electrical Code 410.73standards for nonresidential fluorescent luminaries with ballasts
Push-in technology enables quick connections without the need for tools. Designed for new, retrofit, or OEM lighting installations. Provide safe disconnect of hot and neutral ballast wiring. 2-pc. design allows ballast replacement while minimizing the risk of shock; passes UL 2459 and CSA finger probe requirements. Nylon and copper alloy construction.
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i have noticed this connector in new fixtures. are they required by code? are they required if replacing old ballast and installing a new ballast?
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The ballast disconnects are a "new" requirement. The NFPA added the proposed requirement to NEC® 2005. NEC Article 410.73(G) Disconnecting Means will go into effect on January 1, 2008, and is applicable to fluorescent luminaires used in all but residential locations. The requirement reads as follows:

“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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