Philips SI 51 250-400W 220-240V 50-60Hz Ignitor

915535

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Philips

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8711500915535

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913619519966

HID ignitor for series systems. Easy installation and wiring. Can operate with both semi-parallel and series ballasts. Digital ignitors ensure maximum reliability.

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9,65€tax excl.


Weight: 0.1 kg
Delivery: 1 to 3 days
Condition: New product

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Application code 51
Rated Lamptype HPI
Rated Number of Lamps 1 piece
Rated Ballast-Lamp Power 250/400
Line Voltage 220-240V
Line Frequency 50/60 Hz
Housing SNI-85

Ignition type Parallel
Number of ignition pulses 1 x
Ignition Voltage 0.75 (max) kV
Response voltage 190V
Mains voltage safety (AC) -10%/+10%
Mains voltage performance (AC) -8%/+6%
Power losses gear 1.0W

Cable-Cap wires device/lamp 150 nF
Connector type Screw
Striplength 6.0 mm
Wcs Ballast contacts 0.70-2.50 mm2

T-case maximum 80 (max) C
T-ambient -20 (min), 75 (max) C
T-storage -25 (min), 80 (max) C

Length A1 84.5 mm
Fixing Hole Distance Length A2 65.0 mm
Width B1 41.0 mm
Height C1 38.0 mm
Fixing Hole Diameter D1 4.3 mm

CE marking Yes
ENEC certificate Yes


Features
-Ignitors equipped with screw terminal blocks as standard
-Series ignitor will only work in series circuits

System
-Electromagnetic system requires ballast, ignitor and capacitor
-Designed to work only in series circuits
-No ignitor needed for SON-I lamps

Applications
-Outdoor lighting (most popular application: road and tunnel lighting)

Philips SI 51 250-400W 220-240V 50-60Hz Ignitor 8711500915535 913619519966

 
Data sheet
DimmableNo
Voltage - volt (V)220-240
Wattage - watt (W)400
Energy consumption - (kWh / 1000h)400
Factory Box - pieces (pcs)48
 
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