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HF-Performer II for PL-T/C/R/L/TL5C lamps

HF-Performer II for PL-T/C/R/L/TL5C lamps

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      HF-Performer EII PL-T/C/R/T5c is a sustainable, slim and high-frequency electronic ballast for a wide range of CFL- ni applications. It is ideal for applications where high energy efficiency is required. The HF-Performer EII range has a robust design, meets all relevant international safety and performance standards and is energy-efficient (CELMA EEI A2).

      Benefits

      Robust design that meets all relevant international safety and performance standards and ensures good energy efficiency
      Automatic restart (after voltage dip or lamp exchange) ensures easy operation and hassle-free re-lamping
      Suitable for DC emergency operation, 186 to 275 V (at -10 oC) and in line with IEC/EN 60598-2-22 luminaire norms

      Features

      50,000-hour lifetime at maximum case temperature, combined with over 60,000 on/off switches on one lamp
      Programmed, flicker-free, pre-heated start (< 1.5 s) which allows the lamp to be switched on and off without reducing useful lamp life
      Active power factor correction to ensure constant light, irrespective of mains-voltage fluctuations
      The unit is protected against excessive mains voltage and incorrect connections.

      Applications

      Ideal for commercial indoor lighting applications where it is necessary to reduce the wattage per square meter or operating costs
      Used with movement-detection control systems like Philips OccuPlus
      Mainly for indoor applications such as spotlights, downlights and recessed fixtures used largely in retail stores, office buildings, supermarkets, hotels, convenience stores
      Industrial premises with long operating hours
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