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#41760 - 09/07/04 09:32 AM Compact fluorescent lamps
Frank Cinker Offline
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Registered: 07/29/01
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Is it okay to power a 32 watt compact fluorescent lamp(s) with a 26 watt ballast?
Will it reduce the life of the lamp?
I can't find an ADVANCE brand ballast in the GRAINGER catalog rated for 32 watts. 26 and 42 watts are the closet ballast rating.

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#41761 - 09/07/04 11:26 AM Re: Compact fluorescent lamps
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Advance makes compact fluorescent ballasts that will do 26,32,& 42 watt lamps all in one ballast. They are multi voltage 120/277.

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#41762 - 09/07/04 11:50 AM Re: Compact fluorescent lamps
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I can't seem to find it online. Do you have a catalog number?

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#41763 - 09/07/04 12:37 PM Re: Compact fluorescent lamps
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Frank, go to www.advancetranformer.com/literature you can download their catalog. Look at the smartmate section of the catalog. It depends on number of lamps and where pin socket leads enter ballast.

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#41764 - 09/07/04 02:33 PM Re: Compact fluorescent lamps
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Frank:
WWG # 4ZZ35
Advance # ICF-2S26-H1-LD

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