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        HF-Performer III TLD is a sustainable, slim and high-frequency electronic ballast for TL-D fluorescent lamps. It is ideal for applications where high energy efficiency is required. The HF-Performer III range has a robust design, meets all relevant international safety and performance standards and is energy-efficient (CELMA EEI A2).

        Benefits

        The programmed start enables the lamp to be switched on and off without reducing useful lamp life.
        DC emergency operation in line with IEC/EN 60598-2-22 luminaire norms
        Smart power ensures constant light, irrespective of mains-voltage fluctuations
        Suitable for luminaires in protection class I and, after testing, class II
        The universal connector Wago 251 offers the flexibility for horizontal-manual or push-in robot wiring or vertical ALF-robot wiring.

        Features

        50,000-hour lifetime at maximum case temperature, combined with over 60,000 on/off switches on one lamp
        Programmed, flicker-free, pre-heated start (< 1.0 s) which allows the lamp to be switched on and off without reducing useful lamp life
        Active power factor correction to ensure constant light, irrespective of mains-voltage fluctuations
        The unit is protected against excessive mains voltage and incorrect connections.

        Applications

        Used with movement-detection control systems like Philips OccuPlus
        Indoor applications, such as office buildings, hospitals, supermarkets, department stores, industrial premises and schools
        Class I outdoor applications, e.g. industrial premises and parking lots
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