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HID Ballast Kit, Metal Halide, 400 W

PHILIPS ADVANCE

Price: $166.50 / each

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  • Item # 1FYG3
  • Mfr. Model # 71A6051-001D
  • UNSPSC # 39111801
  • Catalog Page # 678
  • Shipping Weight 13.8 lbs.
Country of Origin MexicoCountry of Origin is subject to change.

Technical Specs

  • ItemHID Ballast Kit
  • Lamp TypeMetal Halide
  • Start TypeProbe
  • Lamp Watts400
  • ANSI CodeM59
  • Input Watts460
  • Input Voltage120/208/240/277/480
  • Ballast TypeCore and Coil
  • Ballast FamilyHID Magnetic
  • Number of Lamps1
  • Min. Starting Temp.-20 Degrees F
  • Hz60
  • Operating Amps @ 120V4.1
  • Operating Amps @ 208V2.3
  • Operating Amps @ 240V2
  • Operating Amps @ 277V1.7
  • Operating Amps @ 480V1
  • Insulation ClassH
  • Length4-3/4"
  • Width4"
  • Height4-7/16"
  • IncludesCapacitor, Core, Coil, Mounting Bracket, Hardware

Compliance and Restrictions

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Details

HID Core and Coil Ballast Kits
• Contain everything required to service HID fixtures: ballast, capacitor, ignitor (where required), clamps, and mounting hardware Ballast kits are compatible with most fixture designs
Ballasts are vacuum impregnated to help eliminate premature failure and voltage breakdown, for longer life and quieter operation. No live parts for safety. Use only capacitor and ignitor included with kit. To ensure compatibility, replace all ballast components when repairing an HID fixture. Match the ANSI code on the ballast being replaced, or on the lamp in the fixture to assure compatibility.
Note: Not for use on recessed HID fixtures.
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The Open Circuit Voltage (OCV) of a 400W Metal Halide ballast varies from manufacturer to manufacturer. In the case of a Phlips-Advance Catalog Number 71A6051, the OCV has a test range of 270 to 330 Volts.

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Unfortunately the technology is not quite that simple. In order to use a high pressure sodium lamp, a ballast designed for that lamp must be used. The ANSI code on the ballast and the lamp must match to get proper operation.

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