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4FZN3 ICN-2S40-N UNSPSC # 39111801

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Centium(TM), Electronic, Fluorescent Ballast, Ballast Start Type Rapid

  • Item # 4FZN3
  • Mfr. Model # ICN-2S40-N
  • UNSPSC # 39111801
  • Catalog Page # 473 473
Country of Origin Mexico. Country of Origin is subject to change.

Rapid-start electronic fluorescent ballasts turn on lights near-instantaneously. They are less damaging to light bulbs than instant-start ballasts and are used in lighting fixtures that will be turned on or off frequently via occupancy sensors and other lighting controls that automatically operate the lights. The ballasts provide a small amount of voltage to preheat the bulbs' filaments before the bulbs turn on.

Technical Specs

  • Item Fluorescent Ballast
  • Brand and Series Centium(TM)
  • Ballast Type Electronic
  • Ballast Start Type Rapid
  • Input Voltage 120 to 277V AC
  • Number of Bulbs Supported 2
  • Max. Bulb Watts 40 W
  • Ballast Bulb Type T12
  • Dimming No
  • Dimming Type No Dimming
  • Dimming Method No Dimming
  • Dimming Range No Dimming
  • Min. Starting Temp. 50 Degrees F
  • Amps AC 0.62 to 0.26
  • Input Watts 72W
  • Standards CEC Listing Circle E logo CSA E DOE RoHS Compliant, CSA Certificate, UL Certificate
  • Ballast Factor 0.85
  • Power Factor 0.98
  • Frequency 50 to 60Hz
  • Operating Amps @ 120V 0.56 A
  • Total Harmonic Distortion 10%
  • Length 9 1/2 in
  • Width 1 5/16 in
  • Height 1 in
  • Wiring Type Parallel
  • Thermal Protection Class P
  • Sockets Included No
  • Starter Required No
  • Number of F30T12 Lamps 2
  • Number of F34T12 Lamps 2
  • Number of F40T12 Lamps 2
  • Number of F40T12 U-Bend Lamps 2

Rapid-start electronic fluorescent ballasts turn on lights near-instantaneously. They are less damaging to light bulbs than instant-start ballasts and are used in lighting fixtures that will be turned on or off frequently via occupancy sensors and other lighting controls that automatically operate the lights. The ballasts provide a small amount of voltage to preheat the bulbs' filaments before the bulbs turn on.

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