400 Watt Metal Halide Ballast Kit
400 Watt Probe Start Metal Halide Ballast Replacement Kit
Quad-Tap 120V 208V 240V 277V
400W Metal Halide Ballast Kit Details:
Ballast Operating Voltage: 120V/208V/240V/277V 60Hz (4-Tap)
Ballast Amp Draw: 120V=4.10 208V=2.40 240V=2.04 277V=1.75
Ballast ANSI: M59 (probe start metal halide)
Ballast Wattage: 400 Watt
Ballast Type: HID Magnetic Metal Halide
Ballast Power Factor: 0.98
Ballast Circuit Type: CWA
Ballast Shipping Weight: 10.2 lbs
JAMES Warranty: 3 Years
Capacitor Included: 24.0/400
Mounting Hardware Included.
Additional Metal Halide Ballast Info:
400 Watt metal halide ballast M59 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.
400W Ballast Cross Reference
JAMES Ballast: 400W-MH-71C-212-K
Cross Reference may not be exact, please check details before ordering.
Ballast ANSI: M59
Operating Voltage: 120V, 208V, 240V or 277V
Included: Capacitor, Core, Mounting
400 Watt Metal Halide Ballast.
A 400W Metal Halide Ballast is an electrical component used in lighting systems to regulate the voltage and current to a metal halide lamp with a power rating of 400 watts.
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 400W Metal Halide Ballast?
A: The wattage rating of a 400W Metal Halide Ballast is 400 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 are some common issues with Metal Halide Ballasts?
A: Common issues with Metal Halide Ballasts include power surges, overheating, and failure to start.
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.
How do I install a Metal Halide Ballast?
A: Installation instructions for a Metal Halide Ballast can be found in the product manual or provided by the manufacturer.