1000 Watt Metal Halide Ballast Kit
1000 Watt Probe Start Metal Halide Ballast Replacement Kit
Quad-Tap 120V 208V 240V 277V
1000W Metal Halide Ballast Kit Details:
Ballast Operating Voltage: 120V/208V/240V/277V 60Hz (4-Tap)
Ballast ANSI: M47 (probe start metal halide)
Ballast Wattage: 1000 Watt
Ballast Type: HID Magnetic Metal Halide
Ballast Circuit Type: CWA
Ballast Shipping Weight: 19 lbs
JAMES Warranty: 3 Years
Capacitor Included: 24.0/480
Mounting Hardware Included.
Additional Metal Halide Ballast Info:
1000 Watt metal halide ballast M47 replacement kit w/ capacitor, core & mounting hardware. We recommend all ballast servicing to be done by a certified electrician. Improper wiring is unsafe and can damage the lamp and/or ballast kit.
1000W Ballast Cross Reference
JAMES Ballast: 1000W-MH-71C-212-K
Cross Reference may not be exact, please check details before ordering.
Ballast ANSI: M47
Operating Voltage: 120V, 208V, 240V or 277V
Included: Capacitor, Core, Mounting
1000 Watt Metal Halide Ballast.
A 1000 Watt Metal Halide Ballast Kit Quad-Tap M57 is an electrical component used to regulate the voltage and current to a 1000 watt metal halide lamp.
What is a Metal Halide Ballast?
A: A Metal Halide Ballast is an electrical component used to regulate the voltage and current to a metal halide lamp.
What is the wattage rating of a 1000 Watt Metal Halide Ballast Kit?
A: The wattage rating of a 1000 Watt Metal Halide Ballast Kit is 1000 watts.
What are the different types of Metal Halide Ballasts?
A: The different types of Metal Halide Ballasts include core and coil, pulse start, and electronic.
How do Metal Halide Ballasts work?
A: Metal Halide Ballasts work by regulating the voltage and current to the lamp, creating a stable and consistent light output.
What are the benefits of using Metal Halide Ballasts?
A: The benefits of using Metal Halide Ballasts include improved lamp performance, energy efficiency, and longer lamp life.
How do I choose the right Metal Halide Ballast for my lighting system?
A: The right Metal Halide Ballast depends on the wattage and voltage requirements of the lamp, as well as the configuration of the lighting system.
What is the lifespan of a Metal Halide Ballast?
A: The lifespan of a Metal Halide Ballast depends on various factors such as usage, operating environment, and maintenance practices.