Your electrical company has been awarded a big contract to retrofit the emergency fluorescent lighting in City Hall. You open up one of the older T12 fixtures and find a Bodine model B60U. You do a google search and call your go-to vendors but they all say its been D-Listed! Lucky for you, we got you covered with the BDL60U 700 lumen universal voltage emergency ballast.
Bodines R&D teams have made significant changes to the older B60U, employing the latest digital technology into a shiny red case thats also not bad to look at. The BDL60Uis compatible with newer energy-saving CFL and linear fluorescent AC ballasts as well as older electromagnetic models. It also has end-of-lamp life (EOL) time delay circuits which prevents the AC ballast from shutting down when the bulbs lose power during brief power delays or hiccups in the grid.
- UL 924 listed
- Min/Max Temp: 32° to 122°F
- Includes LED charging indicator
- 3-years full warranty
When you replace those outdated B60Us with the newer Bodine equivalent, you’ll be saving your client lots of time, money and heartache. It includes a double-pole LED battery indicator and test switch that locks into the fixture. It will flash whenever there is a fault in the battery, immediately calling the attention of your client’s maintenance team.
Ballast Type: Emergency
Lamp Wattage: 32-215W
Universal input 120-277vAC, 60Hz cycles
Operates: One or two 4-8ft T8, T10 or T12 linear fluorescent or 4-pin long CFLs
Lumens (at 10-feet): 300-700 lm