Ultraviolet Germicidal Lamp Electronic Ballasts

Line Voltage: 230V AC
AC Source: 198-242V
Input Frequency: 50/60Hz
Operating Frequency: 28-50KHz
Max. Output Voltage: 600VRMS
Efficiency: ≥90%
Starting: Instant



1.Lamp Power(W):36-79
2.Lamp Current(A):0.39-0.42
3.CE Approve
4.40~150W/110~240V AC Preheat Start
Case Specifications
Ballast Case Size: 215 x 44 x 26mm
Ballast Weight: 0.36kg
Case Size: 400 x 270 x 170mm
Case Quantity: 40pcs
Case Weight: 15.50kg


Ambient Temperature: -20~40
MaxCare Temp: 70
Input Line Length: 430mm
Output Line Length: 630mm
Signal Line Length: 630mm
Protection Degree: IP64


The UV lamps has three categories including UV-A, UV-B, UV-C, they can be used in different fields, such as medical sterilization, water treatment, insects killing, tanning bath, and plate exposure. Depending on the wattage of UV lamps and the number that one ballast can drive (from one to four tubes).

Standard Output:

These ballasts are designed to run standard output UV germicidal light bulbs. Many of the most common UVC lamps are standard output. Standard output UV bulbs are less expensive than their high output counterparts, and they emit less UV output wattage compared to high output lamps.


High Output:

These ballasts are designed to run high output UV germicidal light bulbs. They provide more UV output wattage for the same length of lamp compared to standard output. High output UV bulbs are often more expensive than standard output, and fewer manufacturers make HO lamps. Some germicidal bulbs are high output, and many tanning bed ultraviolet lights are, as well.



Amalgam UVC lamps offer outputs of three or more times that of conventional ultraviolet bulbs, yet often have a similar (or longer) lamp life. They operate at 1,200 to over 2,000 mA and require special amalgam ballasts. Amalgam bulbs are most often used in water purification equipment, but have been used in air/surface disinfection applications and offer higher UV output per bulb than standard or high output equipment.


Fluorescent vs. Ultraviolet Ballasts:

In many cases, fluorescent ballast can run a range of UVC light bulbs. In most cases, the germicidal bulbs the fluorescent ballast is compatible with will not be on the spec sheet. Some manufacturers keep cross reference lists to match up fluorescent ballasts with UV bulbs, but it is almost always better to go with a specialty UVC ballast if that option is available.

Lead Time: 20 days after received 30% deposit
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Free samples for one to three pieces, Freight on customers’ side
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