Bodine B75C Emergency Ballast 600-1300 Lumens - CFL 4-pin

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SKU: B75C Bodine
Regular price $198.61
Product Description:
Those recessed retrofit compact fluorescent lights in the lobby of your motel have brought a sense of charm to your business. However, in the event of a power outage you want to ensure that your employees, patrons, and yourself can calmly navigate through the building. Our Bodine brand electronic ballast would help by providing those beautiful CFL lamps with temporary power.

The B75C model operates one (4 or quad-pin) CFL bulbs by supplying them with the perfect amount of electrical juice for up to 90 minutes. Thanks to the assistance of a rechargable nickel cadmium (NiCad) battery, this ballast will automatically switch on once the normal AC power abruptly shuts off.
Operates: One (1) Compact Fluorescent Lamp (4-pin)
Backup time: 90 minutes
Primary Light Output: 600 to 1300
Dual Operating Voltages: 120/277V
AC Operating Power Rating: 4 Watts
24 Hour Battery Recharge Time
Appropriate for low mercury (green) lamps

The B75C will not affect normal lamp operation but in the case of an emergency, it will provide up to 90 minutes of light for your indoor or outdoor facility. It includes a maintenance-free NiCad battery, a charger with test switch (LED light indicator), and electrical circuit board. This ballast is also great for mounting within sealed and gasketed fixtures.

External Specifications:
This linear shaped ballast weights 3.5 lbs and features a vertical and horizontal mounting center. There is also a test switch that features a LED indicator light to signal if charged.

Electrical Specifications:
It is UL Component compliant for factory installation while having an initial lumen output in the range of 600-1300. The device’s voltage capacity is universal 120/277V with AC wattage input of 4.0.

Weight: 3.50 lbs
Length: 13.30"
Width: 2.40"
Height: 1.50"

Tested to UL924 standards for Emergency Lighting & Power Equipment
CSA C22.2 No. 141 certified (as an option)
NEC Installation standards
Meets NFPA: 101 Life Safety Code, excerpt 5-9.3 periodic testing standards
National Fire Code
National Building Code