SunHorse ballast 120V
Product DescriptionFour red leads (36") and two yellow lead (36") plus black (120v), white (neutral) wires. Case ground. 120VAC/2.8A max draw. 19.25" x 3" x 1.25". Requires shunted (jumped) lamp holders.
The best ballast you can buy for powering 6 foot lamps. We have bench tested examples of this ballast, cycling them on and off over 10,000 times under load with no problems. We have also used them for years in premium equipment and found the performance to be exceptional. There are two different ways to use this ballast
1. 100w HO mode, powering four F71 lamps.
2. 200w VHO mode, powering two F71VHO lamps, using two red wires per bulb. Must be used only with lamps that have VHO cathode/anode sets or you will burn the lamps out in short order.
Can also be used to power F48T12VHO lamps but not F32T8. We've tested the F32 lamps, and it pushes 66 watts to them, which is 10% over tolerance and leads to premature failure. Staying within 1.5" diameter lamps (T12), you can pretty much power any 4 you want as long as the cathodes/anodes can handle it.
|Solacure Means Quality|
Solacure ultraviolet lamps aren't just good, we guarantee they are the best. We don't use stock parts anywhere in our products. Our glass is a special blend, and more transparent to UVA and UVB. Our 32 watt lamps use 60 watt rated cathodes and are tested at almost 70 watts of power. Almost all our lamps have built in reflectors. All are designed to be overdriven to extra high wattages. We test, and test, and test our lamps.
We stand behind everything we sell and guarantee each will perform exactly to specification, or we will replace them. We don't want your business this week, we want it every week, and we are willing to earn it. There really is a difference in quality when it comes to ultraviolet bulbs, and Solacure tops the list.
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