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HF-Basic II for TL-D lamps

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      Second-generation slim, lightweight HF electronic ballasts for TL-D and PL-L fluorescent lamps, using Philips EII technology for applications with low switching frequency

      Benefits

      Savings of 25% energy compared to electromagnetic “C-type” ballasts
      Instant start gives “direct” light
      HF-operation eliminates eye strain as caused by electromagnetic ballasts
      No igniter/capacitor needed, simplified wiring compared to Electromagnetic
      olutions
      The HF-B TLD range has a robust design and meets internal safety, EMC and Immunity tests
      Offers the flexibility for simple wiring release possibility
      Including safety approbation via an external test-house covering IEC/EN 61347
      Automatic restart (after voltage dip or lamp exchange) ensures easy operation
      nd hassle free re-lamping

      Features

      Energy efficient CELMA EEI = A2
      Complying to CE, VDE-EMC, and ENEC
      50.000 hour lifetime at 75°C (Tc max) and >4.000 on/off switches on one lamp
      Active power factor correction, smart power
      Instant start, flicker-free start
      High power factor >0.96 with THD <15%
      Required battery voltage for guaranteed ignition 198 - 254 V
      Required battery voltage for burning lamps 176 - 254 V
      Nominal light output is obtained at the DC voltage of 220 - 240 V
      EMC compliant to EN 55015 2006 + A1 2007
      Universal connector WAGO 251

      Applications

      Department stores, shops, supermarkets, industrial premises with long burning hours
      Offices and corridors with low switching frequency
      Airports, railway stations
      Outdoor lighting; in general suitable for Class I applications
      Installations with emergency back-up, according to VDE 0108 with re‑ignition <0.5 s
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