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Full Line Catalog  /  Fluorescent Emergency Ballasts  /  FPDL-500 Series
[DISCONTINUED]   FPDL-500 Series

Convert new or existing fluorescent fixtures into emergency lighting fixtures 500 lumen emergency ballast

Specifications:
  • Steel housing contains, battery, battery charger, transfer circuit and high frequency inverter
  • Optional end caps available
  • Operating temperature 32°F to 122°F (0°C to 50°C)
  • Slim Design, for internal or external mounting to a fluorescent fixture
  • Compatible with most one-, two-, three-, and four-lamp electronic standard and dimming AC ballast
  • Operates one 21W-28W T5 fluorescent lamp. Refer to compatible lamp chart for a complete list of lamps
  • ( 1) Lamp 325-500 Lumens
  • Can be wired to operate switched, un-switched or normally off fixtures without affecting normal operation
  • Will cold start and illuminate lamps
  • Fully Automatic solid state charger
  • High capacity, automatic, dust-tight instantaneous transfer relay
  • Low voltage disconnect prevents over discharge of battery
  • Automatic brownout protection
  • Battery connector prevents battery discharge during installation
  • Red charger monitor LED indicates charging of the battery and AC present
  • Momentary test switch allows for quick operational check of entire system
  • Nickel-Cadmium battery
  • Provides 90 minutes of emergency operation
  • Dual voltage 120/277VAC, 60Hz, 2.7W
  • UL924 Listed
  • Damp location listed
  • 3-year limited warranty
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