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    30 Watt Electronic Ballast, 1 Lamp/2 Lamp

    Compact 30 watt electronic ballast can regulate and control the current in the lighting system. 50Hz/60Hz frequency, long life, 1 lamp or 2 lamp fluorescent ballast is ideal for lighting large spaces such as warehouses, factories, manufacturing plants, etc.
    SKU: ATO-EB-30W
    This product has a minimum quantity of 2
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    Low noise germicidal lamp electronic ballast for sale online. It is equipped with 1 lamp or 2 lamps, 50Hz/60Hz frequency, 1x30W/2x30W power, used in lighting systems to regulate current and provide efficient and reliable operation for fluorescent lamps.


    • Model: ATO-T8-30W
    • Power: 1x30W/2x30W
    • Frequency: 50/60Hz
    • Working Current: 0.17~0.3A
    • Power Factor: 0.65/0.95
    • Bulb Voltage: 220V
    • Input Voltage: AC 200~240V
    • Working Temperature: -15°C~50°C
    • Output Current: 0.25A
    • Certification: CE
    • Shell Material: Iron
    • Shell Size: 210*30*20 (mm)


    • Electronic ballasts for fluorescent lamps mostly use 20~60KHZ frequency to supply lamp tubes. It turns on and lights up immediately, with no need for a starter, and avoids starter failure.
    • High-quality ballasts have good voltage stabilizing performance. When the power supply and voltage deviation are large, they can still maintain a constant power of the light source and stabilize the illuminance, which is conducive to energy saving.
    • The noise of the electronic ballast can reach below 35db. Factors such as constant power and lamp current drop, and reliable starting point can prolong lamp life.


     Electronic ballast dimensions

    Installation Diagrams1 lamp electronic ballast installation diagram

    2 lamp electronic ballast installation diagram


    ATO electronic fluorescent ballast can regulate and control the electrical current in lighting systems, widely used in factories, workshops, offices, shopping malls, underground parking lots, schools and other indoor lighting.

    Electronic ballast applications

    Tips: Electronic Ballast vs. Magnetic Ballast

    Electronic ballasts and magnetic ballasts are two types of devices used in lighting systems, particularly for fluorescent lamps. Here are the key differences between them:

    Electronic Ballasts: Electronic ballasts use electronic circuitry to regulate and control the electrical current flowing through the lamp. They convert the AC voltage from the power supply into a high-frequency AC signal, which is then rectified and converted into a controlled DC voltage. Electronic ballasts are known for their energy efficiency, improved lamp performance, compact size, longer lifespan, and dimming capabilities.

    Magnetic Ballasts: Magnetic ballasts operate using electromagnetic induction to regulate the current. They consist of a coil and a magnetic core that control the flow of electricity. Magnetic ballasts are typically bulkier and heavier compared to electronic ballasts. They are less energy-efficient and may cause visible flickering and audible humming. Magnetic ballasts generally have limited dimming capabilities and may require additional components for dimming functionality.

    In summary, electronic ballasts utilize electronic circuitry, and offer energy efficiency, better lamp performance, and compact design. Magnetic ballasts rely on electromagnetic induction, have lower energy efficiency, and may produce flickering and humming. The choice between the two depends on specific lighting requirements, energy efficiency goals, and cost considerations.

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