Halco Lighting Technologies® (Norcross, GA) has added ProLume® electronic sign ballasts to replace its magnetic sign ballasts. Four ballast models operate one to six lamps from 2 to 48 total ft. The lightweight ballasts, which facilitate installation and minimize maintenance, consume 25 to 40% less energy and operate cooler and quieter than magnetic sign ballasts, the company reports.
With an input voltage range of 120- to 277V, the ballasts can address more applications with fewer SKUs. The parallel-lamp operation ensures that if a lamp fails, the remaining lamps will continue operating to maintain illumination. These instant-start ballasts provide reliable starting in temperatures as low as -20° F. The UL-listed ballasts are backed by a three-year warranty.
(800) 677-3334, (770)242-3609; www.halcolighting.com
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