150 Watt HPS Ballast Kit S55 120V, 208V, 240V or 277V
Ballast ANSI ID: S55
Full ballast replacement kit w/ capacitor, ignitor & mounting hardware
Ballast Type: 150 Watt HPS Ballast
Manufacturer: James Lighting
Full factory warranty 3 years!
Ballast Works on: 120V, 208V, 240V or 277V
Circuit Type: R-HPF
The 150 Watt High pressure sodium Ballast Kit is an electronic device that regulates the electrical current to the high pressure sodium lamp, ensuring efficient and stable operation.
150 Watt HPS Ballast Features:
Line Voltage(V): 120/208/240/277
Circuit Type: CWA
Insulation Class: 180°C
Capacitor Voltage Rating: 500V
Cap. Temp. Rating: 105°C
Winding Materials (Pri/Sec): Al/Al
Agency Certification: RU, cRU
Maximum Distance to Lamp:2FT
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What is the input voltage range for 150W HPS ballasts?
Most ballasts have a multi-tap feature that allows for use with different input voltages, typically 120V, 208V, 240V, and 277V.
What is the expected lifespan of a 150W HPS ballast?
Typically, electronic ballasts can last up to 5-8 Years.
Can I use a 150W HPS ballast for a 100W HPS lamp?
No, you need to use a ballast specifically designed for the wattage of your lamp.
Can 150W HPS ballasts be used with different types of lamps?
No, you need to use a ballast specifically designed for the type of lamp you are using.
What is the operating temperature range for a 150W HPS ballast?
Most ballasts can operate within a temperature range of -40°C to 50°C.
Can a 150W HPS ballast be used for outdoor lighting?
Yes, but you need to use a weatherproof enclosure to protect the ballast from moisture and dust.
What is the difference between magnetic and electronic ballasts for 150W HPS lamps?
Electronic ballasts are more efficient, produce less heat, and have a longer lifespan than magnetic ballasts.
Can I replace a 150W HPS ballast with an LED driver?
Yes, but you need to make sure that the LED driver is compatible with the specific lamp and wattage you are using.