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Self-Testing Emergency Ballast, 1400 Lum


Price: $274.50 / each

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  • Item # 34E653
  • Mfr. Model # B50ST
  • UNSPSC # 39111501
  • Catalog Page # 726
  • Shipping Weight 3.17 lbs.
Country of Origin MexicoCountry of Origin is subject to change.

Technical Specs

  • ItemSelf-Testing Emergency Ballast
  • Lamp Watts17-215
  • Lamp TypeT8, T12, 4-pin Long Compact
  • Initial Lumens1400
  • Housing MaterialSteel
  • Length13-1/3"
  • Width2-1/2"
  • Height1-1/2"
  • Input Voltage120/277
  • Number of Lamps Supported1 or 2
  • Lamp Length Supported2 ft. to 8 ft.
  • Emergency Illumination Time90 min.
  • Battery TypeNickel Cadmium
  • StandardsUL Listed
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  • This item is restricted for international sale.

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If I put this in a standard fixture, how does the unit know if the power went out, or if we simply turned off the lights at the end of the workday?
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