Model Numbering System for Electronic Ballast

Model Numbering System

Electronic Ballast
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Electronic Ballast

AC Input model

Model Numbering System for Electronic Ballast

1. Series:

Active Power Factor (Power Correction)

-Series Design

CS: program start+ terminal set and square housing
TS: program start+ lead wire and rectangle housing
ES: program start+ terminal set and rectangle housing, or rapid start+ lead wire

-Parallel Design

EP: instant start+ lead wire

Passive Power Factor (Normal PF)

CS: lead wire and square housing
AN: for 2D lamp, PE material housing

2. Number of Lamp:

S: 1 lamp
D: 2 lamps
T: 3 lamps
Q: 4 lamps
Blank: AN series

3. Input Voltage (VAC) :

1: 120V
2: 220V
3: 347V (Canada)
4: 347-480V
7: 277V
A/UV: 120-277V (North America)
B: 277-347V (Canada)
C: 220-240V (Europe)
J: 100-240V (Japan)
M: 120-347V (North America)

4. Lamp Wattage

5. Lamp Type:

CL: circular lamp

6-1. Temperature

Blank: temperature tolerance 75℃
S: temperature tolerance 90℃

*For Program start model:
Blank: -20℃ starting temperature
S: -30℃ starting temperature

6-2. Optional Features

M: AM103 housing
MIC: AM47 housing
BM: bottom mount
NPF: normal power factor
-SD: step-dimming
x2: double PCB
PC: PC material
LS: lead wire outlet for lamp
-E: lamp EOL protection
HO: ballast factor ≥1
LO: ballast factor <0.88

6-3. Special Lamp Type

UV: UV lamp

7. Customization

Wattage, current and any special customized specification

DC Input model

Model Numbering System for Electronic Ballast

1. DC Input Series

2. Lamp Wattage

3. Lamp Type

4. Input Voltage (VDC)

5. Number of Lamp

EB: one lamp
EDB: two lamps

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