Lamps and Ballasts

January 2014
Molex Inc.’s Woodhead wide-area portable LED luminaire is meant for Class 1, Division 2 locations including petrochemical and refinery environments.
July 2013
Lutron’s 50W Hi-lume A-Series LED driver is designed for use with higher power LED modules, including Philips Fortimo 3,000 lumen and Xicato 3,000 lumen models, among others.
July 2013
Thomas Research Products’ 35W LED drivers feature a form factor matching T5 fluorescent ballasts, which offers flexibility to use them in existing fixture designs.
July 2013
Leviton’s Zipline LED Platinum modular retrofit system is an energy-management solution for commercial lighting fixtures that installs in existing linear fluorescent fixtures, enhancing their appearan
July 2013
Halco Lighting Technologies’ C156/20E/MV/BE 55504 electronic metal halide ballast operates one lamp with 120/277 voltage and a power factor of 0.96. It has a bottom exit.

July 2013
Universal Lighting Technologies’ D700C20UNV-J 700 mA LED driver accepts universal input voltage of 120–277V AC and has Class 2 output. It is 3.74 in. long by 1.57 in. wide by 1 in.
July 2013
Fulham’s constant-current drivers have TRIAC and 0–10V dimming (select models), optimized system efficiency and single or multiple outputs for greater flexibility.
July 2013
Cree’s Driver Compatibility Program provides LED lighting manufacturers with a list of drivers that are compatible with Cree LED modules, enabling them to address various requirements.
July 2013
GE UltraStart T8 and programmed start (PS) ballasts use a control circuit to apply very precise cathode heat to ensure that the cathodes have reached an optimum temperature during lamp starting, reduc
July 2013
Osram Sylvania’s PRO-Flex constant-current LED dimming drivers are designed to adapt LED luminaires for use in EMerge Alliance-compliant low-voltage ceiling grids.

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