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Lighting Electronics AtlasFull Line Catalog 2010-2011

Lighting Electronics AtlasFull Line Catalog 2010-2011Contents Electronic Fluorescent Ballasts Electronic Fluorescent Controllable Ballasts Electromagnetic Fluorescent Ballasts Electronic HID Ballasts High Intensity Discharge Ballasts Specialty Products Xitanium LED Electronic Drivers Controls Additional Information Advance Warranty Industry Terms Ballast Specifications Fixed Light Output Electronic Controlled Light Output Electronic Magnetic HID Electronic HID [Metal Halide] Xitanium LED Drivers Ballast Catalog Number to Page Number Fluorescent HID eHID & Ignitors Discontinued Ballasts Replacements Electromagnetic Fluorescent High Frequency Electronic Fluorescent HID Lamp Index Fluorescent HID Compact Fluorescent Lamp Reference Guide 1-1 to 1-69 2-1 to 2-25 3-1 to 3-25 4-1 to 4-15 5-1 to 5-57 6-1 to 6-11 7-1 to 7-5 8-1 to 8-21

9-ii 9-1 to 9-3 9-4 to 9-23 9-5 to 9-14 9-15 to 9-19 9-20 9-21 to 9-22 9-23 9-24 to 9-30 9-24 to 9-28 9-29 to 9-30 9-30 9-31 to 9-39 9-31 to 9-32 9-33 to 9-34 9-35 to 9-39 9-40 to 9-44 9-40 to 9-43 9-44 9-45

Visit our on-line product catalog at www.philips.com/advance for the latest updates on all Philips Advance products.

ELECTRONIC FLUORESCENT BALLASTSElectronic Fluorescent Ballasts

Centium

Optanium

AmbiStar

SmartMate

Standard

T5HO

PureVOLT

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ELECTRONIC FLUORESCENT BALLASTSElectronic Fluorescent Ballasts

Contents General Information ______________________________1-2 to 1-21 Compact Fluorescent Lamps _______________________1-22 to 1-35 CFL _______________________________________1-22 to 1-28 PLH _____________________________________________ 1-29 Long Twin Tubes _____________________________1-30 to 1-33 2D ________________________________________1-34 to 1-35 Linear Fluorescent Lamps _________________________1-36 to 1-68 T5 ________________________________________1-36 to 1-37 T5 and T5HO Circline ______________________________ 1-38 T5HO _____________________________________1-39 to 1-40 T8 ________________________________________1-41 to 1-62 T8 Slimline ________________________________________ 1-63 T8HO _____________________________________1-64 to 1-65 T12 _____________________________________________ 1-66 T12 Slimline _______________________________________ 1-67 T12HO __________________________________________ 1-68 Note: Refer to page 9-5 to 9-14 for Ballast Specifications

Corporate Offices (800) 322-2086 Customer Support/Technical Service (800) 372-3331 (+) 1 847 390-5000 (International) Visit our web site at www.philips.com/advance

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ELECTRONIC FLUORESCENT BALLASTSElectronic Fluorescent Ballasts

Fluorescent Ballasts - Electronic - Standard ElectronicFor T12 Fluorescent LampsReliable and energy-efficient, Philips Lighting Electronics broad line of standard electronic ballasts for T12 fluorescent lamps offers performance and fast payback of investment based on the up to 30% energy savings they drive relative to standard magnetic ballast models. A widely popular product that also qualifies for rebates by a host of utility demand-side management programs nationwide, the Philips Advance line of standard electronic ballasts are ideal for a broad range of commercial retrofit and new construction applications. These ballasts are ideal for general office applications as well as conference, meeting, and board rooms.Improved efficiency over magnetic counterparts Potential Savings of up to 30% over magnetic ballasts*

Features 2-lamp 34/40W versions are now available with IntelliVoltStock 1 ballast for 4-foot, 2-lamp fixtures High frequency operation Delivers flicker-free operation Fits the exact footprint of the magnetic ballasts they replace Enhances ease of installation in retrofit applications

* Based on input watts of Philips Advances REL-1S40-SC (35W) and R-140-TP (50W) both operating a 40W lamp. (50W - 35W = 15) (15 / 50 = .3 or 30%)

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ELECTRONIC FLUORESCENT BALLASTSFluorescent Ballasts - Electronic - CentiumElectronics Ballasts for T5, T8, T12 and Long Twin Tube Fluorescent LampsElectronic Fluorescent Ballasts

Reliable and energy-efficient, Philips Advance broad line of Centium high frequency electronic ballasts offer all of the energy-saving properties of our standard electronic line plus the added benefits of lamp striation reduction technology making the T8 ballasts compatible with all energy saving T8 lamps. This provides your customers with a more sustainable lighting solution over standard T8 fixtures. Our Centium ballasts are an optimal choice for a broad range of new construction and retrofit 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.

Setting Industry Standards for Ballast Efficiency The National Electrical Manufacturers Association (NEMA) has created this program to help lighting professionals and end users recognize the markets highest-performing ballast products. A selection of Centium ballasts meet these requirements. For more information on which products comply with this program, visit www.philips.com/ advance and click on the Sustainability tab.Lamp Striation Reduction Technology Reduces the likelihood of striation often associated with energy-saving lamps, for consistent light output IntelliVolt Technology Enhances accuracy and ease of ordering while reducing stocking requirement Cold temperature lamp ignition down to -20 degrees F Brings energy-efficient T5 and T8 performance to a variety of new applications such as parking garages, warehouses, and cold storage areas

The following ballasts are NEMA Premium: ICN2P32N ICN3P32SC ICN4P32SC ICN2P32LWSC ICN3P32LWSC ICN4P32LWSCAs a licensee in the NEMA Premium Ballast Program, Philips Lighting Electronics has determined that these products meet the NEMA Premium specification for premium energy efficiency.

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ELECTRONIC FLUORESCENT BALLASTSElectronic Fluorescent Ballasts

Fluorescent Ballasts - Electronic - OptaniumHigh-efficiency electronic ballasts for a broad range of T5 and T8 lamps

Optanium ballasts for T5 and T8 lamps are part of our effort to promote environmental responsibility through Smart Solutions - energy efficient products, lighting systems, services and expertise through Philips Advance branded products. They are also one of the charter products of the NEMA Premium Ballast Program. 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 you or your customers need to be in compliance. Optanium ballasts will help you and your customers meet a variety of application challenges including luminaire design, installation, maintenance, and evolving lamp technology. Optanium ballasts are available in a standard light output, low-watt, and a high light output design. Also these ballasts come in options with cold-starting capability down to -20F (with standard fluorescent lamps). These two features combined make it ideal for just about any T5 or T8 fixture design and application. These ballasts are available in either instant start or programmed start ignition for extended lamp life in frequent switching applications such as those where occupancy sensors or motion detectors are being used. Optanium ballasts are also available in program start with parallel wiring.

Setting Industry Standards for Ballast Efficiency As a charter product in the NEMA Premium Ballast Program, Optanium ballasts are recognized as supporting energy-efficient lighting objectives. The National Electrical Manufacturers Association (NEMA) has created this program to help lighting professionals and end users recognize the markets highest-performing ballast products. For more information on the NEMA Premium Ballast Program, visit www.philips.com/advance and click on the Sustainability tab.Striation-reduction technology Reduces the likelihood of striation often associated with energy-saving lamps, for consistent light output Cold temperature lamp ignition down to -20F for instant or program start ballasts Brings energy-efficient T5 and T8 performance to a variety of new applications such as parking garages, warehouses, and cold storage areas Arc-reduction technology UL Type CC UL Type CC* (on certain ballasts) Program start parallel (PSP) Program start ballasts with parallel wiring delivers independent lamp operation preventing premature lamp shut down ultimately reducing maintenance High efficiency design Maximize energy savings with improved ballast efficiency

The following ballasts IOP-1P32-SC IOP-1P32-LW-SC IOP-2P32-SC IOP-2P32-LW-SC IOP-2P32-HL-SC IOP-3P32-SC IOP-3P32-LW-SC

are NEMA Premium: IOP-3P32-HL-90C-SC IOP-4P32-SC IOP-4P32-LW-SC IOP-4P32-HL-90C-G IOPA-1P32-SC IOPA-1P32-LW-SC IOPA-2P32-SC

IOPA-2P32-LW-SC IOPA-2P32-HL-SC IOPA-3P32-SC IOPA-3P32-LW-SC IOPA-3P32-HL-SC IOPA-4P32-SC IOPA-4P32-LW-SC IOPA-4P32-HL

As a licensee in the NEMA Premium Ballast Program, Philips Lighting Electronics has determined that these products meet the NEMA Premium specification for premium energy efficiency.

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ELECTRONIC FLUORESCENT BALLASTSFluorescent Ballasts - Electronic - SmartMateElectronic Ballasts for 4-Pin Compact Fluorescent LampsElectronic Fluorescent Ballasts

Offering maximum versatility, the Philips Advance family of SmartMate electronic ballasts for 4-pin compact fluorescent lamps drive a broad range of quad and triple-tube, circline, 2D, and long twin-tube lamps. Representing an innovative breakthrough in CFL ballast technology, SmartMate Ballasts energyefficient design, compact and lightweight housing, and user-friendly features make SmartMate 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, hotel and convention center ballrooms, and houses of worship, as well as in place of incandescent down-lighting systems. We also offer our distribution partners a way to eliminate the need to stock loose components with SmartMate Ballast Replacement Kits Conveniently-packaged these kits come complete with a Philips Advance SmartMate Ballast, a mounting plate adaptor, lead wire, and a wire extraction tool for the ultimate in ease and versatility. See page 1-21 for details on kits.

Dual-entry connector Reduces SKU requirements and inventory costs, as unit can be used with side or bottom exit leads Color-coded, poke-in terminals Enhances wiring accuracy and ease of assembly/installation Operation between 42kHz and 52kHz Eliminates interference with infrared systems, anti-theft devices, or other electronic equipment Lamp End-Of-Life (EOL) Protection Circuit Removes power to lamps upon lamp failure

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ELECTRONIC FLUORESCENT BALLASTSElectronic Fluorescent Ballasts

Fluorescent Ballasts - Electronic - AmbiStarResidential Ballasts for 4-pin CFL, T5, T8 or T12 Lamps

Todays fixed and dimmable fluorescent fixtures offer greater flexibility and energy savings for residential and hospitality settings than ever before, thanks to Philips Advance AmbiStar electronic ballasts. No matter what type of fluorescent lighting youre considering, these ballasts help create warm, inviting interiors while providing Class B FCC EMI Rating - a requirement for the EPA ENERGY STAR residential lighting fixtures -at a very competitive price. AmbiStar ballasts feature sleek, compact designs to fit in todays stylish fixtures. AmbiStar ballasts deliver quiet, flicker-free performance, which makes them perfect for any residential or hospitality setting. Fluorescent lighting isnt just for garages and basements anymore. AmbiStar dimming ballasts are designed to work with most incandescent dimmers, so they are easy to install with new or existing dimming systems. Now you can create any ambiance with dimmable lighting and still enjoy the energysaving benefits of fluorescent lighting.

Class B FCC EMI Rating Requirement for the EPA ENERGY STAR Residential Lighting Fixtures Title 24 Energy Efficiency Requirements Enables Californias Title 24 Residential Lighting Energy Efficiency standards with applicable luminaire design Electronic circuitry Enable ballast to run cooler and operate quieter than many magnetic ballast alternatives. Fast Start Times Flicker free ignition starts in less than 1.0 second to meet EPA ENERGY STAR Requirements for Residential Lighting Fixtures

NOTE: AmbiStar ballasts meet the ballast-controlled performance requirements in the ENERGY STAR Program Requirements for Residential Light Fixtures. The most current list of ballasts can be found at www.philips.com/advance in the file ENERGY STAR Ballast Matrix.

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ELECTRONIC FLUORESCENT BALLASTSElectronic Ballast FundamentalsThe job of a ballast In all fluorescent lighting systems, the ballasts basic tasks include: Providing the proper voltage to establish an arc between the two electrodes. Regulating the electric current flowing through the lamp to stabilize light output. In some fluorescent lighting systems, the ballast also provides a controlled amount of electrical energy to preheat or maintain the temperature of the lamp electrodes at levels specified by the manufacturer. This is required to prevent electrode filaments deteriorating prematurely and shortening the lamp life. Starting Methods For many years there were only three types of lighting systems: preheat, rapid start and slimline instant start. With the introduction of electronic ballasts, two additional types of lighting system circuits have been added: instant start for T8 lamps and programmed start. Each requires a special ballast design to operate the lamps in the circuit properly. Instant start electronic ballasts start lamps without delay (