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Ballast Checker, Electronic or Magnetic

PHILIPS ADVANCE

Price: $123.25 / each

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  • Item # 2LMW4
  • Mfr. Model # ABC100
  • UNSPSC # 39111801
  • Catalog Page # 673
  • Shipping Weight 0.32 lbs.
Country of Origin MexicoCountry of Origin is subject to change.

Technical Specs

  • ItemBallast Checker
  • Ranges15ft
  • FeaturesTurns Green If Electronic Ballast And Orange If Magnetic Ballast
  • MonitorsBallast Type
  • DisplayLED
  • IncludesLanyard
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Ballast Checker
Handheld device confirms ballast type and ballast status from up to 15 ft. away. Point device at fixture and LED turns green if light source is powered by an electronic ballast; turns orange if powered by an electromagnetic ballast. Compact unit is 4-1/2" x 2-1/4". Includes battery and lanyard.

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Electronic or magnetic is good but is it good or bad and needs to be changed is more what im looking for.
Product used for:: relamp or ballest replacement
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The 2LMW4 is just a checker to indicate if a ballast is electronic or magnetic, it will not test the ballast for good or bad. We suggest evaluating item number 14L964. This tester will test the ballast to determine if it is working or needs replacement.

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Your question is a bit vague. How far away are you holding the Ballast Checker from the ballast? Usually the tubes (the lamps) are very close, and mountd under the ballast as it is. If you are holding the Checker under the tube, which is under the ballast, the Checker is still, by default, "under the ballast". For the Checker light to "go off" in this instance is perfectly normal.

These Checkers are capable of checking what type of ballast is in the fixture as far as 15 feet away. If you are holding the Checker close, the indicator will still light orange or green, depending on the frequency of the ballast (high for electronic, or low for magnetic) will determine what color is illuminated.

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