Trying to find a replacement emergency ballast for the BDL900? Got a few T8, T10, T12 linear or long compact fluorescent luminaires you need to convert to emergency backup lights? Your long search is over with our battery powered damp location emergency ballast from Philips Bodine.
Bodines R&D teams have employed the latest digital technology into a shiny red case thats also not bad to look at. The B90 features EOL protection to keep your bulbs from burning out prematurely during brief power drops that occur in your building. Also included is flexible wiring conduits that allow for remote installation up to 2-feet away from the lighting fixture.
Ballast Type: Emergency
Lamp Wattage: 17-40W
Input Wattage: 3.5W
Dual 120/277V line voltage input, 60Hz cycles
Operates: One T8, T10 or T12 linear fluorescent or 4-pin long CFLs
Lumens (at 10-feet): 500-600 lm
UL 924 listed
Min/Max Temp: 41° to 122°F
Includes LED charging indicator
1-year full warranty
If you've got an 8-10 foot high ceiling, the B90 is going to be your best friend. It produces between 500 and 600Lm of initial luminosity with most T8, T10 and T12 linear fluorescents.
Need a longer runtime, universal voltage or frequency modulation? The B30 is highly customizable, so call us at 800.887.9957.
The B90 comes in a pretty red metal case that encloses the circuitry and protects from humidity and moisture. The B90 should not be used in explosive or hazardous environments. It includes open toed and closed-toed mounting feet for grounding to the fixture. Input and output lead wires protrude from opposite ends of the case.
Lamp wattage: 17-40W
Input wattage: 3.5W
Input current: 280mA
Dual-tap 120 or 277vAC, 60 Hz
Initial illumination: 500-600 (depending on lamp)
Battery: Hi temp nickel cadmium. 7-10 year lifespan
Emergency runtime: +90 minutes
Recharge time: 24 hours or less
Includes illuminated LED diagnostic switch for UL testing
Mounting center: 8.9"
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