Electronic Ballast, 54 Max. Lamp Watts, 120/277 V, Programmed
- Item # 42W129
- My Part #
- Mfr. Model # GE454-MV-PS90-F
- Catalog Page # N/A
- UNSPSC # 39111801
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- Item Electronic Ballast
- Ballast Type Electronic
- Ballast Start Type Programmed
- Ballast Lamp Type T5
- Ballast Family UltraStart(R)
- Ballast Max. Number of Lamps 4
- Ballast Voltage 120/277
- Light Output Normal
- Min. Starting Temp. -20 Degrees F
- Amps AC 0.59 to 0.30
- Input Watts 65 to 68
- Ballast Max. Lamp Watts 54
- Ballast Item Electronic Ballast
- Ballast Dimming No
- Ballast Factor 1
- Power Factor Greater Than 96.2
- Total Harmonic Distortion Less Than 10%
- Length 11-4/5
- Width 1-3/4
- Height 1-1/5
- Wiring Type Parallel
- Green Environmental Attribute Product Contributes To Reducing Energy Consumption
- Number of F54T5 Lamps 1, 2, 3 or 4
Compliance and Restrictions
- This item has been designated by the manufacturer as an environmentally preferable product (EPP) because this item is Product Contributes To Reducing Energy Consumption.
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