ROVR

  • Intelligent control

    • Provides task appropriate comfort only where necessary to increase potential energy savings while supporting LEED performance standards - Full range continuous dimming (100% light output down to 3% - T5/HO to 1%)
    • Ideal for frequent switching applications such as occupancy sensors and daylight harvesting - Programmed start operation"

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Philips Advance ROVR ballasts reflect the latest approach to controlling fluorescent lighting. Rather than simply responding to instructions from control components, ROVR ballasts enable twoway communication, and have the ability to dim and switch individual ballasts through the control signal. These features allow for virtually unlimited design flexibility while creating sustainable lighting systems. 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.

Features

Operates via DALI Protocol
Available in linear fluorescent and 4-pin compact fluorescent models
IntelliVolt technology (120 - 277V, 50/60Hz)

Applications

Training centers, multi-tenant office spaces, auditoriums, educational facilities, or entertainment venues, conference rooms, private offices, hotels, restaurants, and department stores
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