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Electronic Fixed Fluorescent Ballasts

Centium Fluorescent Ballasts

Centium Fluorescent Ballasts

 

Reliable and robust, this broad line of Centium high frequency electronic ballasts for T5, T5HO, T8 and T12 fluorescent lamps offers all of the necessary commercial grade specifications plus the added benefits of lamp striation reduction technology making these ballasts compatible with energy saving T8 lamps. This provides your customers with a better energy saving solution than when using standard T8 ballast. Our Centium ballasts are an optimal choice for a broad range of applications within the commercial sector including general office lighting, conference, meeting, and board room applications, indirect and decorative lighting, and new fixture designs requiring smaller ballasts.

Optanium Fluorescent Ballasts

Optanium Fluorescent Ballasts

 

Optanium ballasts for T5 and T8 lamps are part of our effort to promote environmental responsibility through energy efficient products, lighting systems, services and expertise through Philips Advance branded products. All of this makes these ballasts part of an overall high-­‐efficiency lighting system that may help you achieve LEED certification, meet ASHRAE standards, become compliant with California Title 24 Energy Efficiency Standards, or any other local energy code applicable to you or your customers.

SmartMate Ballasts for CFLs

SmartMate Ballasts for CFLs

 

Offering maximum versatility, the Philips Advance family of SmartMate ballasts for 4-­‐pin compact fluorescent lamps drives a broad range of quad and triple-­‐tube, circline, 2D, and long twin-­‐tube lamps. SmartMate ballasts’ energy efficient design, compact and lightweight housing, and user-­‐friendly features make these ballasts an ideal choice for fixture manufacturers, retrofitters, and MRO replacement. SmartMate ballasts are ideal in such applications as restaurants, reception areas, conference and meeting rooms, and hotel and convention center ballrooms.

Electronic Dimmable Fluorescent Ballasts

Optanium Step-Dim Fluorescent Ballasts

Optanium Step-Dim Fluorescent Ballasts

 

Philips Advance Optanium ballasts with step-dim capability for T5, T5HO and T8 fluorescent lamps represent an affordable, energy-efficient, and versatile lighting solution designed to meet energy codes such as California’s Title 24 and ASHRAE 90.1-2010 that require end users to reduce lighting power consumption by 50%. Operating from any line voltage switching device, the ballast’s programmed-start circuitry provides extended lamp life in frequent switching applications like those associated with the use of occupancy sensors making this product the sustainable choice for many commercial applications.

Mark 10 Powerline Fluorescent Ballasts

Mark 10 Powerline Fluorescent Ballasts

 

For companies looking to make their fixed-output linear T8, 4-pin CFL, and T5/HO fluorescent systems more cost effective and sustainable, Philips Advance Mark 10 Powerline ballasts provide an easy solution without the need for additional control leads. Simply, replace the ballast, replace the switch, dim the lights, that is all it takes. It’s that easy to bring the convenience and flexibility of fluorescent dimming to conference rooms, private offices, auditoriums, architectural cove lighting – anywhere dimming is required.

Mark 7 0-10V Fluorescent Ballasts

Mark 7 0-10V Fluorescent Ballasts

 

Philips Advance Mark 7 0–10V series of dimmable ballasts offer maximum versatility by incorporating separate control leads for use with a wide array of controllers, including occupancy sensors, daylight harvesting controls, and building management systems from more than 40 manufacturers. When paired with linear fluorescent and 4-pin compact fluorescent lamps, these ballasts optimize the benefits of the popular lighting techniques as daylight harvesting, occupancy sensing, and load shedding to satisfy the need for an affordable, flexible and versatile controllable lighting solution. These ballasts are ideal for new construction or retrofit installations where dimming is desired.

ROVR (DALI) Fluorescent Ballasts

ROVR (DALI) Fluorescent Ballasts

 

Philips Advance ROVR ballasts reflect the latest approach to controlling fluorescent lighting. Rather than simply responding to instructions from control components, ROVR ballasts enable two-way communication, allowing for virtually unlimited design flexibility. This two-way communication is made possible through the industry-standard digital communication protocol known as DALI (Digital Addressable Lighting Interface). This protocol allows ROVR ballasts to provide users with operational data while controlling the output of individual luminaires. This fully supports sustainable design principles such as daylight harvesting and occupancy sensors while enabling a proactive response to maintenance concerns.

Fixed Output Electronic Fluorescent Ballasts

 

High-efficiency, high frequency electronic ballasts offer superior lighting performance and energy savings making their use cost-effective. A variety of lamp ignition methods can provide further energy efficiency and/or lamp life improvement. High frequency lamp operation produces light more efficiently while eliminating visible flicker and audible noise.

Dimmable Electronic Fluorescent Ballasts

 

As a leader in sustainable lighting solutions, we offer a broad portfolio of dimmable fluorescent ballasts that make incorporating the sustainable** benefits of this technology easy. Whether the application calls for two-wire dimming (Mark 10 Powerline), 0–10V control (Mark 7 0‐10V), or digital controls (ROVR), you’ll find the right solution to meet your needs today, and solutions that can grow with you. These ballasts are compatible with controls from a wide array of manufacturers. Choosing Philips Advance dimmable fluorescent ballasts means having the confidence in lighting solutions that are backed by years of industry experience and a shared commitment to sustainability.

 

** "Sustainable" refers to the lower energy consumption needed when a dimmable ballast is operating at reduced light output levels, which can lead to lower carbon emissions as compared to a similar fixed output ballast.

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