17 to 215W Fluorescent Emergency Ballast, 700 Initial Lumens, 1 or 2 Lamp(s) Supported, Steel Housin
- Item # 12X240
- My Part #
- Mfr. Model # B60
- Catalog Page # N/A
- UNSPSC # 39111801
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- Item Linear Fluorescent Emergency Ballast
- Lamp Watts - Emergency Lighting and Exit Signs 17 to 215
- Lamp Type - Fluorescent Lighting Battery Backup Systems 4-Pin Long Compact,T12,T8
- Initial Lumens - Emergency Lighting and Exit Signs 700
- Housing Material Steel
- Length - Emergency Lighting and Exit Signs 9-1/2"
- Width 2-1/2"
- Height 1-1/2"
- Voltage - Emergency Lighting and Exit Signs 120/277
- Number of Lamps Supported 1 or 2
- Emergency Illumination Time - Emergency Lighting and Exit Signs 90 min.
- Item - Emergency Lighting and Exit Signs Fluorescent Emergency Ballast
- Lamp Length Supported 2 ft. to 8 ft.
- Battery Type Nickel Cadmium
- Standards UL Listed
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