50 Watt Ballast Kit Pulse Start Metal Halide
Ballast ANSI: M110 50W metal halide)
Full ballast replacement kit w/ starter, capacitor, core & mounting hardware
Ballast Type: Pulse Start Metal Halide
Power Factor: 0.96
Weight: 4 lbs
JAMES Warranty: 3 Years
Ballast Works on: 120V or 277V
Circuit Type: HX-HPF
Capacitor Value: 6.0/280
Starter Used: ST1001
Ballast ANSI: M110
Operating Voltage: 120V or 277V
Included: Starter, Capacitor, Core, Mounting.
50W Pulse Start Metal Halide Ballast Kit controls the electrical current to ignite and maintain a 50W pulse start metal halide lamp. It regulates the lamp’s voltage and current to provide a stable and efficient light output.
What are the main features of a 50W Pulse Start MH Ballast Kit?
Some common features include quad-tap voltage, thermal protection, short circuit protection, and high power factor. It may also have a multi-tap option for different wattage lamps and an auto-reset feature to restart the lamp after a power interruption.
How do I install a 50W Pulse Start Metal Halide Ballast Kit?
Installation should be done by a licensed electrician. The kit comes with instructions and diagrams for wiring and mounting the ballast.
What is the warranty on a 50W Pulse Start MH Ballast Kit?
Warranty periods may vary depending on the manufacturer, but typically range from 1 to 5 years.
Can a 50W Pulse Start MH Ballast Kit be used with other types of lamps?
No, this ballast kit is specifically designed for 50W pulse start metal halide lamps and should not be used with other types of lamps.
What is the maximum distance between the ballast and lamp?
This depends on the specific ballast kit and lamp being used. Refer to the manufacturer’s specifications for recommended distances.
How can I prolong the life of my 50W Pulse Start MH Ballast Kit?
Regular maintenance and cleaning of the lamp and fixture can help extend the life of the ballast kit. It is also important to avoid overheating and overloading the circuit.
What is the average lifespan of a 50W Pulse Start Metal Halide Ballast Kit?
The lifespan of a ballast kit can vary depending on usage and environmental conditions, but it typically ranges from 10 to 15 years.