70 Watt Metal Halide Ballast kit M98 4-taps
Manufacturer: James Lighting
Full ballast replacement kit w/ capacitor, core & mounting hardware
Full factory warranty 3 years!
Ballast 4-Tap Works on: 120/208/240/277 Quad Tap
Circuit Type: HX-HPF
Lamp Wattage: Ballast 70 Pulse Start
Dimensions:2.84″ x 3.94″ x 2.85″
ANSI Ballast Type: M153 or M138
Certifications: CSA, cRU, RoHS
Capacitor:8.0uF – 280V – 100C.
70 Watt Metal Halide Ballast kit is an electronic choke used to regulate and control the flow of electrical current to a 70-watt metal halide lamp. The ballast provides the initial surge of electricity required to start the lamp and then regulates the current to maintain stable operation.
James Lighting focuses not only on metal halide ballast. James Lighting designs and manufactures lighting systems that are energy efficient, use less chemicals and have extended life. James Lighting is constantly enhancing existing 70 Watt Metal Halide Ballast offerings and developing new lighting solutions.
We products are designed to have the highest quality of light, creating a safe and productive environment for those who use them.
70w High Intensity Discharge (HID) lamps require a 70 Watt Metal Halide Ballast to apply starting voltage to the lamp and establish current flow – an arc – between the lamp electrodes. Without a ballast, the arc will extinguish or draw increasing current until some circuit element burns up.
Ballasts provide system stability by limiting the current that can be drawn.
Core and Coil 70-Watt Metal Halide Ballast is used in over 10% of all HID lighting. Replacement ballast kits contain the appropriate core and coil, a properly rated capacitor and all components required for ballast replacement.
James Lighting, core and coil, HID ballast kit is ideal for a wide variety of lighting applications, including factories, warehouses, gymnasiums and retail stores.
What is the voltage requirement for a 70 Watt MH Ballast?
A: The voltage requirement for a 70 Watt MH Ballast is typically 120-277 volts.
How do I know if my 70 Watt MH Ballast is faulty?
A: Signs of a faulty 70 Watt MH Ballast include flickering or dimming lights, a buzzing sound, or a complete failure to turn on.
What is the difference between a magnetic and electronic 70 Watt MH Ballasts?
A: A magnetic ballast uses a magnetic field to regulate the flow of current, while an electronic ballast uses solid-state components.
What is the ballast factor of a 70 Watt MH Ballast?
A: The ballast factor of a 70 Watt MH Ballast is typically between 0.9 and 1.0.
Can a 70 Watt MH Ballast be used with a different wattage lamp?
A: No, a 70 Watt MH Ballast is designed specifically for use with a 70-watt metal halide lamp.
Can a 70 Watt MH Ballasts be used outdoors?
A: Yes, some 70 Watt MH Ballasts are designed for outdoor use, but check the manufacturer’s specifications to be sure.
What is the maximum operating temperature for a 70 Watt MH Ballast?
A: The maximum operating temperature for a 70 Watt MH Ballast is typically around 90 degrees Celsius.