HF-Matchbox Blue

  • Robust design, compact form

    • Automatic restart (after voltage dip or lamp exchange) ensures easy operation and hassle-free re-lamping.
    • Suitable for use in class I or class II luminaires


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HF-Matchbox Blue is an affordable, reliable, compact, lightweight and high-frequency ballast for use with system wattages below 25 W in combination with TL mini, TL-D, TL5 and TL5c, PL-T/C, and PL-L/S lamps.The HF-M Blue range has a robust design, meets all relevant international safety and performance standards and has an energy efficiency index (CELMA EEI ) of A2.


Suitable for emergency DC operation between 190 and 254 V
Programmed, flicker-free, pre-heated start (<0.8 s); over 8,000 on/off switches on one lamp (depending on lamp/ballast combination)
Automatic restart (after voltage dip or lamp exchange) ensures easy operation and hassle-free re-lamping.


Used with movement-detection control systems like Philips OccuPlus in applications where lamps burn for a long period of time and the switching cycle is infrequent (e.g. a maximum of three times per day)
Mainly for indoor applications such as spotlights, downlights, light boxes, and emergency and security fixtures used largely in retail stores, office buildings, hotels, private homes and residential buildings
Domestic applications such as outdoor garden lighting, garage areas, stairways
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