advance_71a5040_001

advance_71a5040_001
HID - CORE & COIL BALLASTS
MERCURY
(60 Hz., MINIMUM STARTING TEMPERATURE -20°F OR -30°C)
Input
Volts
Catalog'*'
Number
Circuit
Type
Max*
Input
Current
Watts
Input
Norn
Fuse
Open
Circuit Rating
Voltage (Amps)
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Non-PCB Capacitor
(Page 158-159)
Dimensions
Wiring
Dia
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Mfd
Fig
A
B
Min
Volt
Dry Film
U.L
Oil Filled
Dia
(in)
Ht
(in)
Total
Weight
(IDs)
Oval HI
(In) (in)
Bench
Top
Rise
Code
1029
(Pj 115)
400 Watt Lamp, ANSI Code H33
480
71A4041
71A4041-001D
CWA
454
1.0
245
5
A
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17
3?
35
?40
1 75
515
10.0
D
480/1 20T
71A4041-T
CWA
454
1.0
245
5
A
2
1.7
3.2
35
240
1.75
5.15
—
—
10.0
D
120/208/
240/277
71A4091
CWA
454
S.9/2.2/
2.0/1.7
245
10/8/
5/5
A
2
1.8
3.3
35
240
1.75
5.15
—
—
10.5
D/C/
C/B
120/208/
240/277
71A4071-001D
CWA
454
S.9/2.2/
2.0/1.7
245
10/8/
5/5
A
2
1.8
3.3
35
240
1.75
5.15
—
—
10.5
D/C/
C/B
120/
240/347
71A40D1
CWA
454
3.9/
2.0/1.3
245
10/
5/4
A
2
1.8
3.3
35
240
1.75
5.15
—
—
10.5
A/
A/A
120/
240/347
71A40D1-001D
CWA
454
3.9/
2.0/1.3
245
10/
5/4
A
2
1.8
3.3
35
240
1.75
5.15
—
—
10.5
A/
A/A
D
3
2.9
4.4
16
525
—
—
1.75
3.90
20.3
E
Two 400 Watt Lamps, ANSI Code H33 (2 Lamps in Series)
120
71A4300-001
277
]^71A4330-001
CWI
880
480
71A4340-001
CWI
880
CWI
880
495
20
3.3
495
10
D
3
2.9
4.4
16
525
—
—
1.75
3.90
20.3
D
1.9
495
5
D
3
2.9
4.4
16
525
—
—
1.75
3.90
20.3
E
2.3
425
10
A
8
2.9
4.8
24
450
—
—
1.75
3.90
25.0
A
425
20/1 51
10/10
A
8
2.9
4.8
24
450
—
—
1.75
3.90
25.0
C/C/
B/C
425
20/1 5/
10/10
A
8
2.9
4.8
24
450
—
—
1.75
3.90
25.0
C/C/
B/C
7.5
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1000 Watt Lamp, ANSI Code H36
480
120/208/
240/277
120/208/
240/277
CWA
71A5040-001
1080
71A5090
CWA
1080
71AS070-Q01
CWA
1075
9.S/5.6/
4.9/4.3
9.S/5.6/
4.9/4.3
t Ordering information:
Replacement/retrofit ballast kits indicated by bold type with
suffix-001 or-001D. Refer to pages 117-120.
Original equipment ballasts - add proper suffix to catalog number:
-500D includes core & coil with dry-film capacitor
-51OD includes core & coil with welded bracket and dry-film capacitor
-500 includes core & coil with oil-filled capacitor
-510 includes core & coil with welded bracket and oil-filled capacitor
-600 core & coil only (no capacitor)
-610 core & coil with welded bracket (no capacitor)
• For CWA and CWI circuits, figure is operating current.
* Canadian replacement/retrofit ballast kit indicated by bold type.
Refer to pages 121-122.
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(4'/4"x5 3 /4"core)
Bracket
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WELDED BRACKET DIMENSIONS
Fig. A
Fig.
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Ballast
Dimensions Fig
L
2
3,8
W
M
S
6.5
1.25
5.75
0.28
7.8
2.75
6.13
0.25
ADVANCE, 10275 WEST HIGGINS ROAD, ROSEMONT, IL 60018. TEL: (847) 390-5000, FAX: (847) 390-5109
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HIGH INTENSITY DISCHARGE BALLASTS
Encapsulated Core & Coil
Where quiet performance is required, the standard open core & coil
ballasts are encapsulated (potted) in a cube-shaped steel can utilizing
Class H (180°C) polyester compound. These ballasts carry a Class A
noise rating up through 175 watts and Class B tor 250 and 400 watts.
As with the open core & coil, the capacitor (and ignitor where included)
are mounted separately within the fixture.
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Fluorescent Can (F-Can)
For indoor commercial applications of HID lighting such as offices,
schools and retail stores, ballast noise must be minimized. Ballasts for
these fixtures are most often encased and potted in fluorescent ballast
type cans and utilize Class A (90°C) asphalt insulating materials (the
same as used in fluorescent lamp ballasts).
The Advance line of F-can ballasts comes in two dual-voltage configurations: 120/277 volt for the US market, and 120/347 volt for the
Canadian market. Each unit has built-in, automatically resetting, thermal protectors which disconnect the ballast from the power line in the
event of overheating. All units are high power factor and include the
capacitor within the can. All models for high pressure sodium and lowwattage metal halide lamps also include the ignitor in the can.
Indoor Enclosed
These units are designed for use indoors where the ballast must be
mounted remotely from the luminaire. They are most typically used in
factories where the luminaire may be mounted in a high-bay where very
high ambient temperatures may be experienced. In these instances, the
remotely-mounted ballast operates cooler, subsequently providing
longer life because it is away from both the heat of the ceiling ambient
and lamp heat within the fixture.
The case contains the core & coil potted in a Class H (180°C) heatdissipating resin. The capacitor(s) and ignitor are contained within a
separate compartment. Knockouts in both ends of the case facilitate
hook-up in the most convenient manner. Wall mounting is accomplished through flanges on the top and bottom of the case. The ballast
is a UL Listed product.
Outdoor Weatherproof
Weatherproof ballasts are designed for remote, pole-mounting outdoor applications under all weather conditions. They may also be
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Lantern-type fixtures mounted on slender poles often require ballasts
which will fit into these poles. Special, elongated core & coil ballasts are
potted in resin in cylindrical cans having a 2.55" outside diameter. All
include leads necessary for direct connection to a photocell.
The capacitor and ignitor (where required) are included within this
can. A Vz" threaded nipple is used for vertical mounting, and leads
extend from both ends of the can for ease of installation. The input
leads to the ballast also provide for proper connection to the photocell
if such is included within the fixture.
To help prevent overheating, one to three feet of air space should be
allowed in the pole above the ballast, and the ballast should be positioned against the post interior wall to provide a heat-sink. All units
rated 100W and above now include a mounting kit consisting of an 18"
chain to hang the ballast within the pole and a spring clip to force the
ballast's cylindrical can to make line contact with the pole's interior
surface to maximize heat transfer, thus prolonging the ballast life.
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ADVANCE ® HID Core & Coil ballasts are date stamped on either the
top surface or the side surface of the ballast core. The four-digit number
represents the week and year of manufacture. The first two numbers
ndicate the week and the last two indicate the year the ballast was
manufactured. The example shows a ballast manufactured during the
36th week of 1989. The three letters are an Advance factory code.
The ballast's UL Bench Top Rise Temperature Code is shown on the
abel (see below).
UL BENCH TOP RISE TEMPERATURE CODE
To facilitate UL inspection, each ballast's UL Bench Top Rise
Temperature Code is shown on the Advance Core & Coil ballast label as
1029X, where 1029 is the UL Standard for HID Ballasts, and the X is the
temperature code: A, B, C, etc. If a fixture is UL listed for 1029C, then
automatically, all ballasts with an A, B, or C temperature classification
are acceptable for use within that same fixture.
H
UL Bench Top Rise
Letter Code
A
B
avoid areas prone to flooding because weatherproof ballasts are not
water-submersible.
The core & coil with its capacitor and ignitor (where required) are
firmly mounted to the heat-sink base. An aluminum cover is placed over
the core-&-coil assembly and is bolted with a weather-tight gasket to
the base. An integral 1" threaded nipple with locknut facilities hook-up
to electrical conduit or to the mounting bracket when used on a pole.
The weatherproof ballast may also be placed nipple-up, with a drip loop
in the leads, inside a pole base.
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less than 75°C
75°C < 80°C
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CERTIFICATIONS
Indicates ballast is listed by Underwriters Laboratories,
Inc. in accordance with UL 1029 Standard for HID Ballasts.
„ Each ballast is marked appropriately.
®
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Indicates ballast is component recognized by Underwriters
s^rla Laboratories, Inc. in accordance with UL 1029 Standard for
HID Ballasts. Each ballast is marked appropriately.
Indicates ballast is certified by Canadian Standards
Association in accordance with CAN/CSA-22.2 No. 7492.Each ballast is marked appropriately.
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All HID Ballasts are designed and manufactured in
accordance with the American National Standards
Institute Standard for HID Ballasts, ANSI C82.4.
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HIGH INTENSITY DISCHARGE BALLASTS
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ORDERING INFORMATION
How to Order
Advance Transformer has developed the industry's broadest selection of HID ballasts. More than 3000 stocking distributors
nationwide. For information on the distributor best able to serve your needs, please call 800-372-3331.
Advance HID Ballast Part Number Explanation
71 A
60
9
1
-500D
Suffix Code*
(as applicable)
-001 D
-001
-500D
-500
-510D
-510
-540D
-600
-610
ballast replacement kit with dry film capacitor
ballast replacement kit with oil filled capacitor
core & coil ballast with dry film capacitor
core & coil ballast with oil filled capacitor
core & coil ballast with welded bracket and dry film capacitor
core & coil ballast with welded bracket and oil filled capacitor
core & coil ballast with welded angle bracket and dry film capacitor
core & coil ballast (no capacitor)
core & coil ballast with welded bracket (no capacitor)
* Add additional feature codes to the end of suffix where applicable.
i.e. -B = Integral Ignitor, -P = Thermally Protected, -J = J-Box Mounting
Design Code
60 Hz Voltages
INPUT o = i2ov
VOLTAGE 1 = 208V
2 = 240V
CODE
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3 = 277V
4
5
6
7
8
9
= 480V
= 120/240V
= 240/480V
= 120/208/240/277V
= 120/277V
= 120/208/240/277V
50 HZ Voltages
A = 102/277/347V
M = 100/200
B = 347V
N = 120/220-240
C = 120/347V
R = 220/240
D = 120/240/347V
E = 120/208/240V or 208/240V
F = 277/480V, 277/347V, 277/347/480V or 347/480V
H = 127/220V
J = 220V or 220/240V
Y = 100/200V
Lamp Type/Wattage/Ballast Circuit Code
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Type
116
A
71A = Core and Coil Ballast
72C = F-Can Ballast
73B = Encapsulated Core and Coil Ballast
74P = Postline Ballast
77K = Val-U-Pak Replacement Ballast Kit
78E = Indoor Enclosed Ballast
79W = Outdoor Weatherproof Ballast
A D V A N C E , 10275 WEST HIGGINS ROAD, ROSEMONT, IL 60018. TEL: (847)
390-5000, FAX: (847)
3 9 0 - 5 1 09
HID - CORE & COIL BALLASTS
MERCURY
_.
(60 Hz., MINIMUM STARTING TEMPERATURE -20°F OR -30°C)
Input
Volts
Catalog*
Number
Circuit
Type
Watts
Input
Norn
Max*
Fuse
Open Rating
Input
Circuit
Current Voltage (Amps)
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Non-PCB Capacitor
(Page 158-159)
Dimensions
Wiring
Dia
|Pi
H ™
Dry Film
Mfd
Fig
A
B
Win
Volt
Total
Weight
Oil Filled
(Ins)
Dia
(in)
(in)
Oval Ht
(in) (in)
Ht
U.L.
Bench
Top
Rise
Code
1029
(Pg us)
250 Watt Lamp, ANSI Code H37
120
71A3502
220
71A35J2
480
480/1 20T
71A3542
71A3542-001D
71A3542-T
285
CWA
285
.7
CWA
285
'.7
1.4
[
250
8
5
A
1
2.0
3.2
22.5
280
1.75
3.75
—
—
6.0
250
2
A
1
2J
34
22.5
?80
175
375
—
—
70
250
J
8/5/
5/3
A
1
A
1
2.5
3.7
22.5
280
1.75
f 23 j 3.4" | 22"5 "[' 280 1.75
D
D
D
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3.75
—
—
7.5
D/D/
DID
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285
2.5/1 Al
1.3/1.1
250
CWA
285
2.5/1 Al
1.3/1.1
250
8/5/
5/3
A
1
2.5
3.7
22.5
280
1.75
3.75
—
—
7.5
D/D/
D/D
71A35D2
CWA
285
2.5/
1.3/.9
250
8/
5/3
A
1
2.5
3.7
22.5
280
1.75
3.75
—
—
7.5
D/
D/D
71A35D2-001D
CWA
285
2.5/
1.3/.9
250
8/
5/3
A
1
2.5
3.7
22.5
280
1.75
3.75
—
—
7.5
D/
D/D
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285
6.9
235
20
B1
5
1.2
2.4
6.0
B
120/208/
240/277
71A3592
CWA
120/208/
240/277
71A3572-001D
120/
240/347
120/
240/347
120
2.5
CWA
71A3802
t Ordering information:
Replacement/retrofit ballast kits indicated by bold type with suffix -001 D.
Refer to pages 117-120.
Original equipment ballasts - add proper suffix to catalog number:
-500D includes core & coil with dry-film capacitor
-510D includes core & coil with welded bracket and dry-film capacitor
-600 core & coil only (no capacitor)
-610 core & coil with welded bracket (no capacitor)
• For CWA circuits, figure is operating current. For HX and R circuits, figure
is highest of starting, operating or open circuit current.
* Canadian replacement/retrofit ballast kit indicated by bold type.
Refer to pages 121-122.
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Fig. 2
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WELDED BRACKET DIMENSIONS
Ballast
Dimensions Fig
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L
W
M
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5.1
1.00
4.50
0.25
IL 60018. TEL: (847) 390-5000, FAX: (847) 3 9 0 - 5 1 0 9
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