Ballast and Driver Selection Guide (English)

Ballast and Driver Selection Guide (English)
Fluorescent ballast and LED driver
Selection Guide
Lutron | Ballasts and drivers
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Lutron | Table of contents
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Fluorescent ballast and LED driver selection guide
Introduction
2
Scalable light management solutions
4
Understanding Lutron ballasts and drivers
8
Energy-saving strategies
10
Control options
12
System compatibility
Ballasts and drivers
14
Quick reference guide
Fluorescent ballasts
24EcoSystem® H-Series ballasts (UL, CE, CSA, CCC and INMETRO models)
26Hi-lume® 3D ballasts
Innovation and quality from the world leader in lighting controls
28
EcoSystem ballasts
30
EcoSystem compact ballasts
Lutron invented the world’s first electronic dimming ballast more than 30 years ago, and
continues to lead the industry with innovative and energy-saving fluorescent dimming options.
The company offers an extensive selection of ballasts, drivers and controls, providing complete
fluorescent and LED dimming solutions.
32
Hi-lume ballasts
34Tu-Wire® ballasts
LED drivers
36
Hi-lume A-Series LED drivers
How to use this selection guide
38
EcoSystem LED drivers (CE models)
The Fluorescent Ballast and LED Driver Selection Guide helps you:
Model numbers
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Determine the dimming range required for your application
40
Fluorescent ballast model numbers
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Utilize potential energy-saving strategies
Choose the appropriate Lutron dimming ballast or LED driver
60
Ballast models by country
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63
LED driver model numbers
Find and configure the ballast or driver that best fits your project:
Appendix
For ballasts: www.lutron.com/BallastTool
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Wiring diagrams
For drivers: www.lutron.com/LEDBuildAModel
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Discontinued ballasts and drivers
92
Voltages by country
95Glossary
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Lutron | Scalable light management solutions
Lutron | Scalable light management solutions
Solutions for projects of every size
The extensive selection of Lutron ballasts, drivers and controls offers
a flexible, energy-saving dimming solution
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Applications
Ballasts
Available for 1%, 5% and 10%
low-end dimming levels, suitable
for a variety of applications
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Compatible with several
lamp types including T8
linear and U-bent, T5, T5 HO
linear, T5 twin-tube and T4
compact lamps
•
Digitally addressable dimming
ballasts available, with easy
setup and increased flexibility
•
Factory-tuned ballast factor
available for most models
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Drivers
Offers smooth, continuous
1% dimming for virtually any
LED fixture
•
Available in multiple form factors
•
Supports a wide range of
current and voltage levels
•
Works with Lutron 2-wire
forward phase controls, 3-wire
fluorescent controls and
EcoSystem digital controls
•
Single space
Multiple room
Lutron offers an extensive selection of fluorescent ballasts and LED drivers, and can control a variety of
sources including EcoSystem®, 3-wire and 2-wire loads, down to 1%.
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Lutron | Understanding Lutron ballasts and drivers
Lutron | Understanding Lutron ballasts and drivers
Dimming fluorescent light saves energy
Lutron quality
Fluorescent lighting uses much less power than incandescent lighting. In a typical installation, a 32 W
compact fluorescent lamp provides approximately the same light output as a 100 W incandescent lamp.
As both sources are dimmed, fluorescent lamps continue to be more energy efficient.
Superior components
Extending lifetime
Lutron ballasts and drivers are manufactured to
the highest level of quality, using carefully selected
components. Maximum lifetime is achieved by
using only long-life components with significant
performance history. Increased margins are
incorporated into Lutron designs to help ensure
that components are not operated outside of their
specified limits. In many cases, Lutron works with
component suppliers to design custom parts in order
to improve overall ballast and driver reliability.
All electronic ballasts and drivers use components
with a finite lifetime. A major factor for ballast and
driver lifetime is operating temperature. For every
10º C reduction in case temperature, the lifetime of
the ballast or driver will be doubled. Lutron dimming
ballasts and drivers are designed to operate at
a lower temperature, to maximize the lifetime of
the ballast or driver. The operating temperature is
influenced by the design of the ballast or driver,
and by the characteristics of the fixture in which it
is installed.
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Percent of Input Power
100%
Power consumed by
incandescent source
80
Over 60 W of power are
saved per fixture by using
fluorescent lamps
60
40
Power consumed by
fluorescent source
20
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Additionally, Lutron uses metal enclosures for ballasts
and drivers allowing for optimal heat transfer to the
lighting fixture.
100% Test
0
0
20
40
60
80
100%
Measured Light
Lutron tests the performance of every ballast
and driver prior to shipment. This important step
eliminates units that do not meet specifications.
100% Burn-in
Dimming LED light saves energy
Like traditional light sources, dimming LEDs results in dramatic energy savings. Additionally, the already long
life of LEDs can be further extended by dimming.
Power consumed
by LED source
80
Lutron Product Reliability Curve
Lutron
product reliability curve
Failure Rate
Percent of Input Power
100%
Lutron “burns in” every ballast and driver prior to
shipment. Defects due to faulty components are
screened out in this process, resulting in a dramatic
reduction of early failures in the field.
60
40
Customer receives
Lutron ballast or driver
Lutron-patented “Thermal Foldback Technology” is
included in most Lutron ballast and driver models.
This feature actively monitors the ballast or driver
temperature and adjusts the output power to ensure
that the ballast or driver will meet its expected lifetime
in thermally aggressive applications.
When necessary, power delivery to the output is
automatically reduced, or “folded back,” to regulate
the ballast or driver temperature, with minimal impact
on light output. Thermal foldback is designed to
activate only if the ballast or driver is operated in
an environment that exceeds its temperature. This
technology prevents premature ballast or driver
failure due to overheating. In a properly designed
application, thermal foldback will not activate.
Running ballasts or
drivers10 C cooler
˚
20
0
Thermal foldback
DOUBLES useful life
Normal
Usage
0
20
40
60
Measured Light
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80
100%
Lutron test
and burn-in
For every 10 ºC reduction in ballast or driver case temperature,
the ballast or driver lifetime will be doubled. Lutron dimming
ballasts and drivers are designed to maximize the lifetime of
the ballast or driver by operating at a lower temperature.
Time
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Lutron | Understanding Lutron ballasts and drivers
Lutron | Understanding Lutron ballasts and drivers
Measured light vs. perceived light
Selecting a Lutron ballast or driver
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The human eye responds to low light levels by
enlarging the pupil, allowing more light to enter the
eye. This response results in a difference between
measured and perceived light levels.
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A lamp that is dimmed to 10% of its maximum
measured light output is perceived as being dimmed
to only 32%. Likewise, a lamp dimmed to 1% is
perceived to be at 10%.
Lutron offers several ballast and driver families that have various dimming levels and control options
to suit any application.
Fluorescent Ballasts
Low-end
dimming level
Design example
At full brightness, the measured light in a space is 60 foot-candles.
At the lowest dimmed level, 10% perceived light is desired.
1% measured light is
perceived as 10%
(desired result)
5% measured light is
perceived as 22%
(2x brighter than desired)
10% measured light is
perceived as 32%
(3x brighter than desired)
1%
Control options Ballast family
EcoSystem®
digital link
EcoSystem H-Series
EcoSystem
digital link
and 3-wire
Hi-lume® 3D
3-Wire
100%
90
80
5%
EcoSystem
digital link
and 3-wire
Measured Light
70
2-Wire
60
50
10%
40
EcoSystem
compact
Hi-lume 3D
Tu-Wire®
EcoSystem
T8 linear and U-bent,
T5 linear, T5 HO linear
T8 linear and U-bent,
T5 linear, T5 HO linear
T5 HO linear,
T4 compact
T4 compact
T5 twin-tube
T5 HO linear
(80 W only)
T8 linear and U-bent,
T4 compact
T8 linear and U-bent,
T8 reduced wattage,
T5 linear, T5 HO linear,
T5 twin-tube, T5 twintube reduced wattage
LED Drivers
30
Low-end
dimming level
20
10
5
1
0
10
22
22
32
32
40
50
60
Perceived Light
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EcoSystem
digital link
and 3-wire
Hi-lume
Available lamp types
70
80
90
100%
1%
Control options Driver family
EcoSystem
Hi-lume A-Series LED driver
digital link, 3-wire
and 2-wire
forward phase
EcoSystem
digital link
EcoSystem LED
driver (CE)
Compatible
LED types
Most LED loads of
40 W or less
Most LED loads of
25 W or less
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Lutron | Energy-saving strategies
Lutron | Energy-saving strategies
Energy-saving control strategies
Additional energy-saving strategies
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Personal control
Full On
Dim
rovide personal choice
P
and control of light levels to
accommodate different tasks
and activities. Permit control
from multiple locations.
Occupancy/vacancy sensing
Occupied: On
Vacant: Off
radually dim lights to a low
G
level or turn lights off when
space is unoccupied; turn lights
on when someone enters.
Daylight harvesting
Full On
Dim
im electric light or switch
D
it off during the day to take
advantage of available daylight.
High-end trim
80%
Max: 100%
Max: 80%
et the maximum light
S
level in a space based on
customer preference or
design requirements.
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Typical lighting energy savings:
10-20%
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While it is true that manual dimming of fluorescent lamps and LEDs saves energy, that is only the beginning of
the energy-saving features that Lutron ballasts and drivers offer. Utilize one or more of the following features to
maximize energy efficiency.
1 Use occupancy/vacancy sensors
Typical lighting energy savings:
20-60%
2
Wasted lighting can account for a majority of a building’s
total energy usage. Lights left on in unoccupied spaces are a
real energy drain. EcoSystem® ballasts communicate through
the EcoSystem digital link and are the only ballasts that
can connect directly to wired occupancy/vacancy sensors.
Other ballasts and drivers can also utilize wireless or wired
occupancy/vacancy sensors with a QS sensor module.
2 Optimize ballast efficiency
Low standby power: The EcoSystem H-Series ballast offers
extremely low standby power—less than 1 W of power is
used when the light source is off.
Luminous efficacy: With more lamps per ballast, the
required startup power is diffused over multiple lamps,
conserving energy. The luminous efficacy of a 3-lamp 32 W
ballast is an impressive 100 lumens/watt.
Typical lighting energy savings:
25-60%
3
Typical lighting energy savings:
10-20%
Custom ballast factor
4
3 Know your space
The greatest energy savings can be achieved by deciding
on the perfect number of lumens required for a space,
avoiding over-lighting and wasted energy.
Custom ballast factor: Ballast factor is the percentage
of light output for a given lamp-ballast combination. By
reducing the ballast factor, it is possible to achieve greater
energy savings, meet lumen/foot2 specifications and even
qualify for the highest levels of LEED. Custom ballast
factors are available for: EcoSystem H-Series, Hi-lume®
3D, EcoSystem and EcoSystem compact.
No detrimental effect on lamp
life or UL listing
•
The ballast’s printed rating and model
number changes to reflect reduced
energy consumption, producing
lower wattage per square foot values
and allowing for more ballasts on
a given circuit
•
Reduces ballast/lamp temperature
•
Custom ballast factor of 0.55 offers
a maximum light level at 55% of the
nominal lamp output
Galasiu AD, et al. 2007. Energy saving lighting control systems for open-plan offices: A field study. Leukos. 4(1) pg. 7-29.
VonNieda B, Maniccia D, & Tweed A. 2000. An analysis of the energy and cost savings potential of occupancy sensors for commercial lighting systems.
Proceedings of the Illuminating Engineering Society. Paper #43.
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Brambley MR, et al. 2005. Advanced sensors and controls for building applications: Market assessment and potential R&D pathways.
Pacific Northwest National Laboratory: prepared for U.S. Department of Energy.
4
Pacific Gas and Electric Company. 1997. Dimming Controls for Lighting.
1
2
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Lutron | Control options
Lutron | Control options
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Lutron ballast and driver control options
Neutral
In addition to offering ballasts and drivers with different low-end dimming levels, Lutron offers a variety of
control options.
3-Wire
3-Wire control is a line-voltage phase control dimming method that
communicates the dimming signal through a wire called Dimmed Hot.
Dimmed Hot
Switched Hot
Neutral
Constant Hot
Control (E1)
Control (E2)
EcoSystem® digital link
The EcoSystem digital link is a wired communication technology that
facilitates individual ballast addressing, connection of multiple control
devices and control of ballasts individually or in groups.
Control type
Features
3-Wire
•
Ideal applications
All three wires are rated Class 1 and
run within the same conduit
Fluorescent dimming applications
requiring precise control
•
Stable over long wire runs allowing for
maximum circuit loading
•
Control type
Features
EcoSystem digital link
•
Ideal applications
Polarity insensitive, may be wired in
any topology
May be run with line-voltage wiring
(Class 1) or separately from the
line‑voltage wiring (Class 2)
•
Allows for rezoning without rewiring
and all links are miswire protected
•
Projects requiring digital control for
individual fixture addressability
•
•
•
•
Upgrade from analog 0-10 V control
•
Easy to wire
Multi-zone applications
•
•
Small, retrofit applications using
Lutron Energi TriPakTM
Available for:
•
•
•
Available for:
•
Dimmed Hot control wire allows for
more precise performance and less
electrical noise
•
•
EcoSystem H-Series ballasts (UL and global models)
Hi-lume® 3D ballasts
EcoSystem ballasts
EcoSystem compact ballasts
Hi-lume 3D ballasts
EcoSystem ballasts
EcoSystem compact ballasts
Hi-lume ballasts
Hi-lume A-Series LED drivers
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•
Hi-lume A-Series LED drivers
EcoSystem LED drivers (CE)
•
•
Neutral
2-Wire forward phase
Forward phase control is a line-voltage phase control dimming method,
that operates on two wires: Dimmed Hot and Neutral.
Dimmed Hot
Neutral
Tu-Wire®
Tu-Wire control is a line-voltage phase control dimming method that
uses two wires: Dimmed Hot, which carries the dimming signal;
and Neutral.
Dimmed Hot
Control type
Features
Forward phase
•
Typically used for incandescent
and magnetic low-voltage (MLV)
light sources
Easy to wire
•
Control type
Features
Tu-Wire
•
All wires are rated Class 1
Easy to wire, used to implement
dimming in existing fluorescent fixtures
•
Ideal applications
Small-scale retrofit applications
•
Ideal applications
Retrofit projects
•
Residential and commercial
system applications
•
Applications that have a neutral
wire in the backbox
•
Available for:
•
Hi-lume A-Series LED drivers
Available for:
•
Tu-Wire ballasts
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Lutron | System compatibility
Lutron | System compatibility
System compatibility is based on the available control
type for each ballast and driver family
Control systems compatible with EcoSystem digital link
ballasts and drivers
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Control type
EcoSystem®
digital link
3-Wire
Product family
EcoSystem H-Series
•Hi-lume® 3D
•EcoSystem
• EcoSystem Compact
• Hi-lume A-Series LED
• EcoSystem LED (CE models)
Compatible systems
•
Hi-lume 3D
EcoSystem
• EcoSystem Compact
•Hi-lume
• Hi-lume A-Series LED
3-Wire wallbox controls
Maestro Wireless®
• GRAFIK Eye QS*
• GRAFIK Eye 3000*
• GRAFIK Eye 4000
• GRAFIK 5000TM/6000®/7000TM
•LCP128TM*
•Quantum
•RadioRA® 2
•HomeWorks® QS*
•HomeWorks*
•
Tu-Wire
•
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Hi-lume A-Series LED
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The PowPak dimming module with EcoSystem is a load controller
that allows for easy integration of digital lighting loads with wireless
occupancy and daylight sensors as well as wireless controls. It uses
Lutron EcoSystem technology in intelligent fluorescent and LED lighting
control solutions, creating space flexibility that adjusts to the changing
needs of any building.
www.lutron.com/energitripak
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•
Tu-Wire wallbox controls
GRAFIK Eye QS
• GRAFIK Eye 3000
• GRAFIK Eye 4000
• GRAFIK 5000/6000/7000
•LCP128
•Quantum
• RadioRA 2
• HomeWorks QS
•HomeWorks
•
•
2-Wire
forward phase
PowPak dimming module with EcoSystem
PowPakTM dimming module with EcoSystem
• GRAFIK Eye® QS with EcoSystem
• Energi Savr NodeTM with EcoSystem
•Quantum®
•
•
Tu-Wire®
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Select wallbox controls (neutral required)
Maestro Wireless
• GRAFIK Eye QS
• GRAFIK Eye 3000
• GRAFIK Eye 4000
• GRAFIK 5000/6000/7000
•LCP128
•Quantum
• RadioRA 2
• HomeWorks QS
•HomeWorks
•
•
*Interface required for compatibility.
GRAFIK Eye QS with EcoSystem
Fully customizable, GRAFIK Eye QS with EcoSystem adjusts lights
and shades for any task or activity at the touch of a button. You’ll save
energy while meeting the aesthetic, functional, and regulatory needs
of any project. GRAFIK Eye QS with EcoSystem includes direct control
of EcoSystem, EcoSystem H-Series, and Hi-lume 3D ballasts, and
Hi-lume A-Series LED drivers. Using wireless technology, GRAFIK Eye QS
with EcoSystem also eliminates communication wiring to shades,
sensors, and wireless controls.
www.lutron.com/qs
Energi Savr Node with EcoSystem
Energi Savr Node with EcoSystem allows for easy integration of
occupancy sensors, daylight sensors and EcoSystem-compatible
digital ballasts and drivers. It communicates with wireless devices
through the QS sensor module to minimize wiring for easy installation.
Energi Savr Node with EcoSystem is simple to setup and manually
customize, and has the option of preconfigured occupancy sensing and
daylight modes for out-of-the box functionality.
www.lutron.com/esn
Quantum Total Light ManagementTM
Quantum manages both electric light and daylight to not only save
energy and simplify operations, but also to improve the comfort and
productivity of the people in your building. Quantum automatically dims
or switches all electric lighting and controls daylight using automated
window shades. It manages, monitors, and reports on all the lighting
usage in your building for optimal energy performance and productivity
while minimizing maintenance and operating costs.
www.lutron.com/quantum
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Ballasts and
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Ballasts
anddrivers
drivers
Fluorescent and LED lighting is used
widely in educational, institutional
and commercial buildings. They
meet energy-conscious design
criteria such as ASHRAE/IESNA 90.1
standards and LEED® guidelines.
Fluorescent and LED lighting is also
increasingly found in residential
spaces, especially in recessed
downlights and coves.
Dimming fluorescent lighting instead
of repeated switching helps maintain
lamp life and also saves energy.
All Lutron® fluorescent dimming
ballasts and LED drivers are 100%
performance-tested at the factory
and come with a 5-year limited
warranty with Lutron field service
commissioning (3-year standard
warranty) from date of purchase.
Lutron Quality Systems are
registered to ISO 9001.2008.
The ballasts and drivers addressed
in this guide are specific to each
country’s voltage requirements.
Please confirm that the products you
have selected match the required
voltages by country shown on
pg. 92.
Ballasts and drivers |
Fluorescent ballasts
LED drivers
EcoSystem digital ballasts for
compact fluorescent lamps (CFL) EcoSystem digital control
3-wire control
pg. 30
Hi-lume A-Series digital LED drivers
EcoSystem digital control
3-wire control
2-wire forward phase control
pg. 36
Hi-lume® 3D digital ballasts
EcoSystem digital control
3-wire control
pg. 26
Hi-lume ballasts
3-wire control
pg. 32
EcoSystem digital LED drivers
EcoSystem digital control
pg. 38
EcoSystem digital ballasts
EcoSystem digital control
3-wire control
pg. 28
Tu-Wire® ballasts
Tu-Wire control
pg. 34
EcoSystem® H-Series
digital ballasts
EcoSystem digital control
pg. 24
CE, CSA, CCC AND INMETRO
MODELS AVAILABLE
CE MODELS ONLY
For additional information on ballasts,
please visit www.lutron.com/ballast
For additional information on LEDs,
please visit www.lutron.com/LED
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Ballasts and drivers | Quick reference guide
Ballasts and drivers | Quick reference guide
EcoSystem compatible ballasts and drivers
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Family
Fluorescent ballasts
EcoSystem H-Series ballasts
pg. 24
EcoSystem H-Series ballasts
pg. 24
Global models
Hi-lume® 3D ballasts pg. 26
EcoSystem ballasts pg. 28
Compatible Lamp Types and Wattages
T8 linear and U-bent: 17 W, 25 W, 32 W
• T5 HO linear: 24 W, 39 W, 54 W
• T5 linear: 14 W, 21 W, 28 W
•
•
•
•
T8 linear: 32 W
T5 HO linear: 24 W, 39 W, 54 W
T5 linear: 14 W, 21 W, 28 W
NOTE: For model availability, please refer to
page 60.
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•
•
T8 linear and U-bent: 17 W, 25 W, 32 W, 40 W
T5 HO linear: 24 W, 39 W, 54 W, 80 W
T5 linear: 14 W, 21 W, 28 W
T5 twin-tube: 36 W, 40 W, 50 W
•
•
•
•
T8 linear and U-bent: 17 W, 25 W 32 W
T8 linear Reduced Wattage: 25 W, 28 W, 30 W
T5 HO linear: 24 W, 39 W, 54 W
T5 linear: 14 W, 21 W, 28 W, 35 W
T5 twin-tube: 36 W, 39 W, 40 W, 50 W, 55 W
T5 twin-tube Reduced Wattage: 25 W
•
•
•
EcoSystem compact ballasts pg. 30
Input Voltage
T4 4-pin quad-tube CFL: 18 W, 26 W
• T4 4-pin triple-tube CFL: 26 W, 32 W, 42 W
•
UNV: 120 V, 220/240 V,
277 V @ 50/60 Hz
•
Control Options
EcoSystem digital link
•
Available Case Types (pg. 20)
Low-end
dimming level
0.7% for T8
M-case
G-case
1% for T5 and T5 HO
M-case
C-case
(for 347 V only)
1%
Integral
Sensor
Connections
No
127–220 V INMETRO
@ 50/60 Hz
•
220–240 V CE @ 50/60 Hz
•
EcoSystem digital link
•
220–240 V CCC @ 50/60 Hz
•
No
347 V CSA @ 60 Hz
•
0.7% for T8
UNV: 120 V, 220/240 V,
277 V @ 50/60 Hz
•
EcoSystem digital link
•
3-Wire
C-case
G-case
1% for T5 and T5 HO
5% for T5 twin-tube
and T5 HO 80 W
•
No
EcoSystem digital link
•
UNV: 120 V, 220/240 V,
277 V @ 50/60 Hz
•
3-Wire control
•
Low-voltage wallbox
controls, occupancy
and daylight sensors
•
EcoSystem digital link
UNV: 120 V, 220/240 V,
277 V @ 50/60 Hz
•
UNV: 120 V, 220/240 V,
277 V @ 50/60 Hz
•
•
3-Wire
J-case
G-case
K-case
•
10%
Yes
5%
No
1%
No
1%
No
LED drivers
Hi-lume A-Series LED drivers
pg. 36
•
LED light engines, up to 40 W
•
EcoSystem LED drivers
pg. 38
CE model
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LED light engines, up to 25 W
•
120 V only for forward
phase control models
•
220–240 V CE @ 50/60 Hz
•
EcoSystem digital link
3-Wire
•
2-Wire forward phase
control (neutral required)
K-case
M-case
•
EcoSystem digital link
•
P-case
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Ballasts and drivers | Quick reference guide
Ballasts and drivers | Quick reference guide
3-Wire and Tu-Wire compatible ballasts
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(For other 3-wire compatible ballasts, see pgs 16-17)
Family
Compatible Lamp Types and Wattages
Input Voltage
T5 HO linear: 24 W, 39 W, 54 W
• T4 4-pin triple-tube CFL: 26 W, 32 W
• T8 linear and U-bent: 25 W, 32 W
T4 4-pin quad-tube CFL: 18 W, 26 W
• T4 4-pin triple-tube CFL: 18 W, 26 W, 32 W
•
Control Options
Available Case Types (pg. 20)
Low-end
dimming level
Integral
Sensor
Connections
1%
No
Fluorescent ballasts
Hi-lume® ballasts pg. 32
•
Tu-Wire ballasts pg. 34
120 V, 277 V @ 60 Hz
3-Wire
•
C-case
A-case
•
•
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120 V @ 60 Hz
Tu-Wire (fluorescent)
5%
•
A-case
B-case
C-case
No
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Ballasts and drivers | Quick reference guide
Ballasts and drivers | Quick reference guide
Case dimensions
Case dimensions
A-case
8-32 Threaded stud
0.29 in (7.37 mm) long
A
B
F
G
C
I
H
E
B-case
A
B
G
D
8-32 Threaded stud
0.29 in (7.37 mm) long
F
C
I
H
E
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D
A4.20 in (107 mm)
B 1.00 in (25 mm)
C 3.00 in (76 mm)
D 4.90 in (124 mm)
E 4.60 in (117 mm)
(mounting centers)
F 2.00 in (51 mm)
G 1.08 in (27 mm)
H 1.60 in (41 mm)
I1.39 in (35 mm)
C- or J-case
A6.00 in (152 mm)
B 1.00 in (25 mm)
C 3.00 in (76 mm)
D 6.75 in (171 mm)
E 6.50 in (165 mm)
(mounting centers)
F 2.00 in (51 mm)
G 1.16 in (29 mm)
H 1.60 in (41 mm)
I 1.39 in (35 mm)
G-case
A
B
E
G
F
C
D
Note: Dotted area for sensor attachment applies
to EcoSystem® J-case only.
B
Lamp wires are
36 in (0.90 m)
for leaded models
E
16.12 in (409 mm)
1.00 in (25 mm)
1.18 in (30 mm)
18.00 in (457 mm)
17.70 in (450 mm)
(mounting centers)
6.82 in (173 mm)
(J only)
G 0.394 in (10 mm)
(J only)
A7.13 in (181 mm)
B 1.00 in (25 mm)
C 2.38 in (60 mm)
(slot mounting centers)
D 9.50 in (241 mm)
E8.91 in (226 mm)
A
C
A
B
C
D
E
F
D
Power and control
wires are 18 in (0.45 m)
for leaded models
If using 4-hole mount,
mounting centers are 9.00 in
(229 mm) x 1.06 in (27 mm).
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Ballasts and drivers | Quick reference guide
Ballasts and drivers | Quick reference guide
Case dimensions
Case dimensions
K-case (Ballast)
A
A
B
C
D
E
F
G
C
Non-studded:
B F
G
E
D
A
Studded:
J
I
4.20 in (107 mm)
1.00 in (25 mm)
3.00 in (76 mm)
4.90 in (124 mm)
4.60 in (117 mm)
(mounting centers)
1.42 in (36 mm)
1.99 in (51 mm)
M-case
A14.13 in (359 mm)
B 13.78 in (350 mm)
(mounting centers)
C 1.18 in (30 mm)
D 0.98 in (25 mm)
For studded models only:
H 1.09 in (28 mm)
I 2.00 in (51 mm)
J 1.60 in (41 mm)
C
H
B
G
F
E
D
8-32 Threaded stud
0.29 in (7.37 mm) long
P-case
(International models only)
A31.8 mm
A
31.8 mm
B
90 mm
B
90.0 mm
C
C 154.7 mm
154.7 mm
D
134.6 mm
D
134.6 mm
E
E 13.6 mm
13.6 mm
F
6.95 mm
F
6.95 mm
G76.05 mm
G
76.05 mm
A
K-case (LED Driver)
S
A
B
C
D
E
4.20 in (107 mm)
1.00 in (25 mm)
3.00 in (76 mm)
4.90 in (124 mm)
4.60 in (117 mm)
(mounting centers)
F 1.42 in (36 mm)
G 1.99 in (51 mm)
T
Non-studded:
U
A
Studded:
V
J
I
C
B
C
Mounting centers
For studded models only:
H 1.09 in (28 mm)
I 2.00 in (51 mm)
J 1.60 in (41 mm)
G
H
B
F
E
G
D
For non-studded models only:
S 1.38 in (35 mm)
T 0.64 in (16 mm)
U 0.88 in (22 mm)
V 1.53 in (39 mm)
F
E
D
8-32 Threaded stud
0.29 in (7.37 mm) long
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Ballasts and drivers | EcoSystem H-Series ballasts
Ballasts and drivers | EcoSystem H-Series ballasts
®
Highest performance dimming to 1% at a low cost
EcoSystem digital link controlled
CE, CSA, CCC AND INMETRO
MODELS AVAILABLE
Features
Continuous, flicker-free dimming down to 0.7% or
1% of full light output for T8 lamps, 1% for T5 and
T5 HO lamps
•
The EcoSystem digital link allows for re-zoning
without rewiring, and can be wired as Class 1 or
Class 2—perfect for retrofit and new construction
Specifications
Total Harmonic Distortion (THD): less than 10%
•
Power factor greater than 0.95
•
Ballast factor equal to 1.0 or 1.17 for T8 lamps
•
•
Shown above: EcoSystem H-Series, M-case
•
The PowPakTM dimming module with EcoSystem
supports 32 EcoSystem ballasts or drivers,
9 Pico® wireless controls, 6 occupancy/vacancy
sensors and 1 daylight sensor
•
Model numbers are organized by lamp type, refer to pg. 41 for additional information.
•
Operating voltage
Universal input (120 V, 220/240 V and 277 V
@ 50/60 Hz) and 347 V @ 60 Hz
•
Lamp types and wattages
UL Listed (for North America):
Available case types
G-case
•
C-case (347 V only)
Key standards
•
T5 HO linear: 24 W, 39 W, 54 W
•
•
UL Listed (evaluated to the requirements
of UL 935)
T5 linear: 14 W, 21 W, 28 W
CSA Certified (evaluated to the requirements
of C22.2 No. 74)
•
T8 linear: 32 W
•
T5 HO linear: 24 W, 39 W, 54 W
•
Meets FCC Part 18 Non-Consumer requirements
for EMI/RFI emissions
•
T5 linear: 14 W, 21 W, 28 W
•
EcoSystem digital link
•
Line-voltage miswire protection of EcoSystem link
•
Slim-profile design
•
Ballasts maintain consistent light output for different
lamp lengths, ensuring fixture-to-fixture uniformity
Factory-tuned ballast factors available to
customize the ballast for different applications
(not available for models outside the US)
•
Environment
Sound rating: Class A
•
Minimum lamp starting temperature 10º C (50º F)
•
Maximum ballast case temperature 75º C (167º F)
•
Wiring
EcoSystem H-Series ballasts require 4 wires plus
Ground (E1, E2, Constant Hot and Neutral); one
16-18 AWG solid copper Class 1 or Class 2 wire
per terminal
•
Lamps turn on at any dimmed level without going
to full brightness
•
The 16 AWG control wire must not exceed 900 ft,
and the 18 AWG must not exceed 550 ft; maximum
ballast-to-lamp-socket lead length is 7 ft (2 m) for
T8, T5 and T5 HO linear lamps
•
100% performance-tested, including burn-in at
the factory
•
Mounting
Ballast mounts using two screws (or sheet metal
feature and one screw) within a fluorescent fixture
•
Models are also available to meet global countryspecific standards. See pg. 60 for a listing of global
model numbers
•
•
Built-in inrush current-limiting circuitry (maximum
of 7 amps at 120 V and 3 amps at 277 V)
•
Select models are NOM listed
•
Control option
Communicates with wired or wireless sensors and
controls via compatible device
•
California Energy Commission Listed
•
Global models:
Sensors cannot connect directly to EcoSystem
H-Series ballasts
•
M-case
T8 linear and U-bent: 17 W, 25 W, 32 W
•
Low-voltage, 2-conductor EcoSystem digital link
provides individual, reconfigurable fixture control
Frequency of operation greater than 42 kHz
•
•
•
•
Non-volatile memory restores all ballast settings
after power failure
The EcoSystem digital link supports up to 64
digital ballasts, 64 occupancy sensors, 16 daylight
sensors, and 64 wallstations or IR receivers
•
EcoSystem H-Series digitally addressable ballasts offer a low-cost, flexible solution for any space
in an application. Providing industry-leading dimming to 1% or less, they meet the needs of the
most demanding applications. The EcoSystem digital link also provides individual control, which
eliminates the need to rewire, reduces design time, and provides a scalable solution from a small
area to an entire building.
Ballast factor equal to 1.0 for T5 and T5 HO lamps
and all international models
•
For control wiring diagrams, see pg. 68, and for
lamp wiring diagrams, see pg. 78
•
Ballast is grounded via a mounting screw to the fixture
Lutron® and NEMA® recommend sockets
complying with IEC 60400. Sockets must have
a UL mark as well. Use rapid start sockets, not
instant start sockets.
•
Terminals accept 16-18 AWG (0.75 to 1.5 mm2)
solid copper or tinned stranded wire
•
For system compatibility information, see pg. 12.
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Ballasts and drivers | Hi-lume 3D ballasts
Ballasts and drivers | Hi-lume 3D ballasts
®
Highest performance dimming to 1%
EcoSystem® digital link or 3-wire controlled
Features
Industry-leading ballast efficacy of up to 100
lumens per watt
•
Broadest dimming range: continuous, flicker-free
dimming down to 0.7% of full light output for T8
lamps, 1% for T5 and T5 HO lamps, and 5% for
T5 twin-tube and T5 HO 80 W lamps
•
The EcoSystem digital link supports up to 64
digital ballasts, 64 occupancy sensors, 16 daylight
sensors, and 64 wallstations or IR receivers
Environment
Sound rating: Class A
•
Minimum lamp starting temperature 10º C (50º F)
•
Maximum ballast case temperature 75º C (167º F)
•
Mounting
Ballast mounts using two screws (or sheet metal
feature and one screw) within a fluorescent fixture
•
•
Shown above: Hi-lume 3D, G-case
Model numbers are organized by lamp type, refer to pg. 41 for additional information.
Hi-lume 3D is a high-performance, energy-efficient, digitally addressable dimming ballast for
demanding architectural applications. Hi-lume 3D is the world’s first fluorescent dimming ballast
that dims lights to 1% or less for T8 lamps. With Hi-lume 3D you get the highest performance
fluorescent dimming with the same efficiency as non-dimmable ballasts.
Operating voltage
Universal input
(120 V, 220/240 V, 277 V @ 50/60 Hz)
•
Lamp types and wattages
T8 linear and U-bent: 17 W, 25 W, 32 W, 40 W
•
T5 HO linear: 24 W, 39 W, 54 W, 80 W1
•
T5 linear: 14 W, 21 W, 28 W
•
Available case types
C-case
•
EcoSystem digital link
3-Wire control
•
Sensors cannot connect directly to the
Hi-lume 3D ballasts
•
Key standards
California Energy Commission Listed
•
UL Listed (evaluated to the requirements of UL 935)
Wiring
EcoSystem digital link: Hi-lume 3D ballasts
require 4 wires plus Ground (E1, E2, Constant Hot
and Neutral); one 16-18 AWG solid copper Class 1
or Class 2 wire per terminal
•
Line-voltage miswire protection of EcoSystem link
•
Slim-profile design
•
Ballasts maintain consistent light output for different
lamp lengths, ensuring fixture-to-fixture uniformity
•
CSA certified (evaluated to the requirements of
C22.2 No. 74, specific model numbers only)
•
Meets FCC Part 18 Non-Consumer requirements
for EMI/RFI emissions
•
•
Terminals accept 16-18 AWG (0.75 to 1.5 mm2)
solid copper or tinned stranded wire
•
Communicates with wired or wireless sensors and
controls via compatible device
•
•
Lutron and NEMA® recommend sockets complying
with IEC 60400. Sockets must have a UL mark
as well. Use rapid start sockets, not instant
start sockets.
•
•
G-case
T5 twin tube1: 36 W, 40 W, 50 W
•
EcoSystem digital link allows for re-zoning without
rewiring, and can be wired as Class 1 or Class 2—
perfect for retrofit and new construction
•
•
•
Control options
The PowPakTM dimming module with EcoSystem
supports 32 EcoSystem ballasts or drivers,
9 Pico® wireless controls, 6 occupancy/vacancy
sensors and 1 daylight sensor
•
Ballast is grounded via a mounting screw to
the fixture
•
Lamps turn on at any dimmed level without going
to full brightness
3-Wire: Hi-lume 3D ballasts require 3 wires
plus Ground (Dimmed Hot, Switched Hot and
Neutral); one 16-18 AWG solid copper Class 1 wire
per terminal
The 16 AWG control wire must not exceed 900 ft,
and the 18 AWG must not exceed 550 ft; maximum
ballast-to-lamp-socket lead length is 7 ft (2 m) for
T8, T5 and T5 HO linear lamps, and 3 ft (1 m) for T5
twin-tube lamps
•
100% performance-tested, including burn-in at
the factory
Select models are NOM listed
•
Specifications
Total Harmonic Distortion (THD): less than 10%
Ballast is grounded via case
•
•
Power factor greater than .95
•
For control wiring diagrams, see pg. 68, and for
lamp wiring diagrams, see pg. 78.
•
Ballast factor equal to 1.0 or 1.17 for T8 lamps
•
Ballast factor equal to 1.0 for T5 lamps
•
Frequency of operation greater than 42 kHz
•
1
80 W T5 HO model and T5 twin-tube models dim to 5%
Factory-tuned ballast factors available to customize
the ballast for different applications
•
For system compatibility information, see pg. 12.
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Ballasts and drivers | EcoSystem ballasts
Ballasts and drivers | EcoSystem ballasts
®
Light management performance dimming to 10%
EcoSystem digital link or 3-wire controlled
Features
Continuous, flicker-free dimming from 100%
to 10%
Non-volatile memory restores all ballast settings
after power failure
•
•
EcoSystem digital link allows for re-zoning without
rewiring, and can be wired as Class 1 or Class 2—
perfect for retrofit and new construction
Frequency of operation ensures that ballast does
not interfere with infrared devices
•
•
The EcoSystem digital link supports up to 64
digital ballasts, 64 occupancy sensors, 16 daylight
sensors, and 64 wallstations or IR receivers
•
Shown above: EcoSystem ballast, G-case
Model numbers are organized by lamp type, refer to pg. 41 for additional information.
EcoSystem digitally addressable dimming ballasts employ revolutionary technology allowing each
device to listen, think, decide, remember, and react to its environment. EcoSystem fluorescent lighting
control solutions are built on a simple building block architecture of fluorescent dimming ballasts,
sensors, and controls, free from interfaces and power packs. EcoSystem redefines fluorescent lighting
control as easy to design, easy to install, easy to maintain, and cost effective.
Operating voltage
Universal input (120 V, 220/240 V, 277 V
@ 50/60 Hz)
•
The PowPakTM dimming module with EcoSystem
supports 32 EcoSystem ballasts or drivers,
9 Pico® wireless controls, 6 occupancy/vacancy
sensors and 1 daylight sensor
•
Low-voltage, 2-conductor EcoSystem digital link
provides individual, reconfigurable fixture control
•
Supports digital control and standard 3-wire
line-voltage phase control technology
•
G-case
•
Key standards
T8 linear Reduced Wattage: 25 W, 28 W, 30 W
•
T5 HO linear: 24 W, 39 W, 54 W
•
T5 linear: 14 W, 21 W, 28 W, 35 W
•
•
Communicates with wired or wireless sensors and
controls via local wired sensor connections
or compatible device
UL Listed (evaluated to the requirements of UL 935)
•
CSA Certified (evaluated to the requirements
of C22.2 No. 74)
•
3-Wire control
•
Lamps turn on at any dimmed level without going
to full brightness
Select models are NOM listed
Meets FCC Part 18 Non-Consumer requirements
for EMI/RFI emissions
•
EcoSystem digital link
Ballasts maintain consistent light output for different
lamp lengths, ensuring fixture-to-fixture uniformity
•
•
•
Slim-profile design
•
T5 twin-tube: 36 W, 39 W, 40 W, 50 W, 55 W
Control options
Line-voltage miswire protection of EcoSystem link
•
California Energy Commission Listed
•
T5 twin-tube Reduced Wattage: 25 W
Minimum lamp starting temperature 10º C (50º F)
•
Maximum ballast case temperature 75º C (167º F)
•
Mounting
Ballast mounts using two screws (or sheet metal
feature and one screw) within a fluorescent fixture
•
Ballast is grounded via a mounting screw to the fixture
•
Lutron® and NEMA® recommend sockets
complying with IEC 60400. Sockets must have
a UL mark as well. Use rapid start sockets, not
instant start sockets.
•
•
J-case
T8 linear and U-bent: 17 W, 25 W, 32 W
•
Sound rating: Class A
•
Sensors can connect directly to EcoSystem
ballasts; all sensor and wallstation wiring is Class 2
Available case types
Lamp types and wattages
•
Environment
•
•
•
Factory-tuned ballast factors available to customize
the ballast for different applications
•
100% performance-tested, including burn-in at
the factory
•
Specifications
Total Harmonic Distortion (THD): less than 10%
(select models are less than 15%)
Terminals accept 16-18 AWG (0.75 to 1.5 mm2)
solid copper or tinned stranded wire
•
Wiring
EcoSystem digital link: EcoSystem ballasts
require 4 wires plus Ground (E1, E2, Constant Hot
and Neutral); one 16-18 AWG solid copper Class 1
or Class 2 wire per terminal
•
3-Wire: EcoSystem ballasts require 3 wires plus
Ground (Dimmed Hot, Switched Hot and Neutral);
one 16-18 AWG solid copper Class 1 wire
per terminal
The 16 AWG control wire must not exceed 900 ft,
and the 18 AWG must not exceed 550 ft; maximum
ballast-to-lamp-socket lead length is 7 ft (2 m) for
T8, T5 and T5 HO linear lamps, and 3 ft (1 m) for T5
twin-tube lamps
•
•
Power factor greater than 0.95
•
Ballast factor equal to 0.85 for T8 lamps
•
Ballast factor equal to 1.0 for T5 and T5 HO lamps
•
Ballast is grounded via case
•
For control wiring diagrams, see pg. 68, and for
lamp wiring diagrams, see pg. 78.
•
For system compatibility information, see pg. 12.
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Ballasts and drivers | EcoSystem compact ballasts
Ballasts and drivers | EcoSystem compact ballasts
®
High performance dimming to 5%
EcoSystem digital link or 3-wire controlled
Features
Continuous, flicker-free dimming from 100% to 5%
for T4 CFL lamps
•
EcoSystem digital link allows for re-zoning without
rewiring, and can be wired as Class 1 or Class 2—
perfect for retrofit and new construction
•
The EcoSystem digital link supports up to 64
digital ballasts, 64 occupancy sensors, 16 daylight
sensors, and 64 wallstations or IR receivers
•
The PowPakTM dimming module with EcoSystem
supports 32 EcoSystem ballasts or drivers,
9 Pico® wireless controls, 6 occupancy/vacancy
sensors and 1 daylight sensor
Model numbers are organized by lamp type, refer to pg. 41 for additional information.
EcoSystem compact ballasts provide high-performance dimming for any compact fluorescent application,
completing the EcoSystem solution. With a 100% to 5% dimming range for T4 CFL lamps, EcoSystem
compact ballasts provide both energy savings and flexibility.
Universal input (120 V, 220/240 V,
277 V @ 50/60 Hz)
•
Lamp types and wattages
T4 4-pin quad-tube CFL: 18 W, 26 W
•
T4 4-pin triple-tube CFL: 26 W, 32 W, 42 W
•
Key standards
UL Listed (evaluated to the requirements of UL 935)
•
UL Type 1 Outdoor for damp locations
•
CSA Certified (evaluated to the requirements
of C22.2 No. 74)
•
Select models are NOM listed
•
Meets FCC Part 18 Non-Consumer requirements
for EMI/RFI emissions
•
EcoSystem digital link
3-Wire control
•
Minimum lamp starting temperature 10º C (50º F)
•
Maximum ballast case temperature 75º C (167º F)
•
Mounting
Ballast mounts using two mounting tabs or
studs within a fluorescent fixture
•
“No studs” case option available
•
Available case type
Ballast is grounded via a mounting screw
to the fixture
•
Lutron® and NEMA® recommend sockets
complying with IEC 60400. Sockets must have
a UL mark as well. Use rapid start sockets, not
instant start sockets.
•
Low-voltage, 2-conductor EcoSystem digital link
provides individual fixture control
•
Communicates with wired or wireless sensors and
controls via compatible device
•
Sensors cannot connect directly to EcoSystem
compact ballasts
Terminals accept 16-18 AWG (0.75 to 1.5 mm2)
solid copper or tinned stranded wire
•
•
K-case
•
Line-voltage miswire protection of EcoSystem link
•
Quick comparison
Feature
EcoSystem
Compact
EcoSystem
pg. 28
Dimming Level
5%
10%
Integral sensor
connection
No
Yes
Maximum
number of lamps
per ballast
2
Maximum
ballast to lamp
socket lead length
3 ft (1 m)
Wiring
EcoSystem digital link: EcoSystem compact
ballasts require 4 wires plus Ground (E1, E2,
Constant Hot and Neutral); one 16-18 AWG solid
copper Class 1 or Class 2 wire per terminal
•
One model can control both 26 W and 32 W
T4 lamps
•
Ultra-low standby power (<1W) when lamps are off
•
Ballasts maintain consistent light output for different
lamp lengths, ensuring fixture-to-fixture uniformity
•
100% performance-tested, including burn-in at
the factory
•
3
3-Wire: EcoSystem compact ballasts require
3 wires plus Ground (Dimmed Hot, Switched Hot
and Neutral); one 16-18 AWG solid copper Class 1
wire per terminal
The 16 AWG control wire must not exceed 900 ft,
and the 18 AWG must not exceed 550 ft; maximum
ballast-to-lamp-socket lead length is 3 ft (1 m) for
T4 compact lamps
•
Specifications
Total Harmonic Distortion (THD): less than 10%
•
7 ft (2 m)
Power factor greater than 0.95
•
Ballast factor equal to 0.95 for T4 lamps
•
Non-volatile memory restores all ballast settings
after power failure
•
Control options
•
Sound rating: Class A
•
•
Shown above: EcoSystem compact ballast, K-case
Operating voltage
Environment
Ballast is grounded via case
•
For control wiring diagrams, see pg. 68, and for
lamp wiring diagrams, see pg. 78.
•
Factory-tuned ballast factors available to customize
the ballast for different applications
•
For system compatibility information, see pg. 12.
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Ballasts and drivers | Hi-lume ballasts
Ballasts and drivers | Hi-lume ballasts
®
Highest performance dimming to 1%
3-Wire controlled
Features
Continuous, flicker-free dimming from
100% to 1%
•
Ballasts maintain consistent light output for different
lamp lengths, ensuring fixture-to-fixture uniformity
•
Mounting
Ballast mounts using two screws (or sheet metal
feature and one screw) within a fluorescent fixture
•
Ballast is grounded via a mounting screw to the fixture
•
Lutron® and NEMA® recommend sockets
complying with IEC 60400. Sockets must have
a UL mark as well. Use rapid start sockets, not
instant start sockets.
•
3-Wire line voltage control for consistent fixture-tofixture dimming
•
Sensors cannot connect directly to Hi-lume ballasts
•
Line-voltage miswire protection
•
Shown above: Hi-lume ballast, A-case
Slim-profile design
•
Model numbers are organized by lamp type, refer to pg. 41 for additional information.
Lamps turn on at any dimmed level without going
to full brightness
•
Terminals accept 16-18 AWG (0.75 to 1.5 mm2)
solid copper or tinned stranded wire
•
Wiring
Hi-lume ballasts require 3 wires plus Ground
(Dimmed Hot, Switched Hot and Neutral); one
16‑18 AWG solid copper Class 1 wire per terminal
•
100% performance-tested, including burn-in at
the factory
•
Experience the benefits of full-range, 100% to 1% fluorescent dimming. Designed to meet the most
demanding lighting requirements, Hi-lume ballasts enable you to provide the ideal visual environment
for any application. The Hi-lume family is extensive, featuring the world’s only 100% to 1% dimming
ballasts for T4 compact fluorescent lamps. Integrating Hi-lume 1% technology into your designs
affords you full control over the lighting in any space.
Specifications
Total Harmonic Distortion (THD): less than 10%
•
Power factor greater than 0.95
•
Ballast factor equal to 0.95 for T4 lamps
•
•
Operating voltage
Key standards
120 V or 277 V @ 60 Hz
California Energy Commission Listed
•
UL Listed (evaluated to the
requirements of UL 935)
Environment
•
Lamp types and wattages
T5 HO: 24 W, 39 W, 54 W
•
•
•
•
3-Wire control
Available case types
•
Ballast is grounded via case
For control wiring diagrams, see pg. 70, and for
lamp wiring diagrams, see pg. 78.
Sound rating: Class A
MIL Std. 461E compliant (meets the
requirements of CE101, RE101 and RE102)
T4 4-pin triple-tube CFL: 26 W, 32 W
•
Ballast factor equal to 1.0 for T5 HO lamps
•
•
Control options
•
CSA certified (evaluated to the
requirements of C22.2 No. 74)
•
Maximum ballast-to-lamp-socket lead length is
7 ft (2 m) for T5 HO linear lamps, and 3ft (1m)
for T4 compact lamps
•
Minimum lamp starting temperature 10º C (50º F)
•
Maximum ballast case temperature 75º C (167º F)
Meets FCC Part 18 Non-Consumer
requirements for EMI/RFI emissions
•
A-case
•
C-case
•
For system compatibility information, see pg. 12.
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Ballasts and drivers | Tu-Wire ballasts
Ballasts and drivers | Tu-Wire ballasts
®
High performance dimming to 5%
Tu-Wire controlled
Features
Mounting
Continuous, flicker-free dimming from 100% to 5%
•
Works with all Lutron Tu-Wire fluorescent controls
for consistent dimming performance
•
•
Ballast mounts using two mounting tabs or studs
within a fluorescent fixture
•
Lutron and NEMA® recommend sockets complying
with IEC 60400. Sockets must have a UL mark
as well. Use rapid start sockets, not instant
start sockets.
Sensors cannot connect directly to Tu-Wire ballasts
•
2-Wire line voltage control ideal for retrofit
•
Line-voltage miswire protection
•
Slim-profile design
•
Low-line voltage protection circuitry prevents
damage to the ballast or lamps if the ballast is
connected to an incompatible dimmer
Terminals accept 16-18 AWG (0.75 to 1.5 mm2)
solid copper or tinned stranded wire
•
•
Shown above: Tu-Wire ballast, B-case
Model numbers are organized by lamp type, refer to pg. 41 for additional information.
Wiring
Tu-Wire ballasts require 2 wires plus Ground
(Dimmed Hot and Neutral); one 16-18 AWG solid
copper Class 1 wire per terminal
•
Lamps turn on at any dimmed level without going
to full brightness
•
Tu-Wire ballasts offer high performance 100% to 5% dimming for linear and compact fluorescent
lamps. Retrofit applications can benefit from the ease of installation offered by Lutron® Tu-Wire
dimming ballasts. Tu-Wire ballasts require only two wires (dimmed hot and neutral) for power and
control. Lutron offers a wide range of compatible Tu-Wire controls, making Tu-Wire ballasts a perfect
choice for many applications. Additionally, one-lamp T4 models have been designed to meet FCC Part
18 consumer requirements for residential applications.
100% performance-tested, including burn-in at
the factory
•
Specifications
•
Total Harmonic Distortion (THD) less than 20%
•
Power factor greater than 0.95
•
Operating voltage
120 V @ 60 Hz
•
Lamp types and wattages
T8 linear and U-bent: 25 W, 32 W
Available case types
A-case
•
B-case
•
C-case
•
•
T4 4-pin quad-tube CFL: 18 W, 26 W
Key standards
T4 4-pin triple-tube CFL: 18 W, 26 W, 32 W
•
•
•
Control option
Tu-Wire control
California Energy Commission (CEC) Listed
Maximum ballast-to-lamp-socket lead length
is 7 ft (2 m) for T8 lamps and 3 ft (1 m) for T4
compact lamps
•
Ballast is grounded via case
For control wiring diagrams, see pg. 72, and for
lamp wiring diagrams, see pg. 78.
•
Ballast factor greater than 0.95 for T4 lamps
•
Ballast factor equal to 1.0 for T8 lamps
•
Environment
Sound rating: Class A
•
Minimum lamp starting temperature 10º C (50º F)
•
Maximum ballast case temperature 75º C (167º F)
•
UL Listed (evaluated to the requirements of UL 935)
•
CSA certified (evaluated to the requirements of
C22.2 No. 74)—all models except T8 25 W
•
•
1-lamp ballasts for T4 CFL meet FCC Part 18
requirements for residential use
•
Meets FCC Part 18 Non-Consumer requirements
for EMI/RFI emissions
•
For system compatibility information, see pg. 12.
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Ballasts and drivers | Hi-lume A-Series LED drivers
Ballasts and drivers | Hi-lume A-Series LED drivers
®
Highest performance dimming to 1%
EcoSystem® digital link, 3-wire or 2-wire forward phase controlled
Key standards
UL 8750 Recognized
•
FCC Part 15 compliant for commercial applications
at 120 V or 277 V and for residential applications
at 120 V
•
Meets ANSI C62.41 category A surge protection
standards up to and including 4 kV
•
Models available to meet LED Driver requirements
for Energy Star 1.1
•
Environment
Sound rating: Class A
•
Maximum case temperature is 65º C (149º F)
•
Mounting
K-case driver typically mounts via studs or tabs to
the outside of an LED fixture or on a junction box
•
“No studs” case option available
•
Any fixture type (downlight, cove light, sconce,
under-cabinet, etc.) will work with the Hi-lume
A-Series driver family, if the LED light engine
operates at either the constant current or
constant voltage levels specified
•
Features
•
•
•
•
Shown above: Hi-lume A-Series LED driver, K-case
Model number is determined by load and control type. See pg. 63 for additional information.
Hi-lume A-Series is a high-performance LED driver that provides smooth, continuous 1% dimming for
virtually any LED fixture, whether it requires constant current or constant voltage. It is the world’s most
versatile LED driver family offered today due to the wide variety of compatible LED arrays, multiple form
factors and numerous control options.
Operating Voltage
Universal input (120 V, 220/240 V and
277 V @ 50/60 Hz)
• 120 V only for 2-wire forward phase models
•
Control options
2-Wire forward phase control
(neutral required at control)*
• EcoSystem digital link
• 3-Wire control
•
Lamp types and wattages
LED light engines, up to 40 W*
•
For system compatibility information, see pg. 12.
36 | Lutron
Available case types
K-case
•
M-case
•
LED operating specifications
•
•
•
•
•
•
Constant Current
200 mA–2.1 A (in 10 mA steps)
5 W–40 W
Pulse width modulation (PWM) or constant current
reduction (CCR) dimming
Constant Voltage
10 V–40 V (in 0.5 V steps)
5 W–40 W
Pulse width modulation (PWM) dimming
Continuous, flicker-free dimming from 100% to 1%
Efficiency greater than 80% at 40 W
A rated lifetime of 50,000 hours
EcoSystem digital link allows for re-zoning without
rewiring, and can be wired as Class 1 or Class 2—
perfect for retrofit and new construction
Standard 3-wire line-voltage phase-control
technology for consistent dimming performance
and compatibility with all Lutron 3-wire
fluorescent dimmers
• Constant current reduction (CCR) and pulse width
modulation (PWM) dimming available for constant
current light engines; constant voltage light engines
operate with pulse width modulation (PWM)
dimming only.
• Sensors cannot connect directly to the driver
Wiring
EcoSystem digital link: Hi-lume A-Series LED
drivers require 4 wires plus Ground (E1, E2,
Constant Hot and Neutral); one 16-18 AWG solid
copper Class 1 or Class 2 wire per terminal
•
•
Line-voltage miswire protection
• Instant light output at any level when turned on,
without flashing to full on
3-Wire: Requires 3 wires plus Ground (Dimmed
Hot, Switched Hot and Neutral); one 16-18 AWG
solid copper Class 1 wire per terminal
2-Wire forward phase: Requires 2 wires plus
Ground (Dimmed Hot and Neutral); one 16-18 AWG
solid copper Class 1 or Class 2 wire per terminal
The 16 AWG control wire must not exceed 900 ft,
and the 18 AWG must not exceed 550 ft; maximum
driver-to-LED light engine wire length is 10 ft (3 m)
•
•
Specifications
Power factor greater than 0.90 at 40 W
•
Driver is grounded by a mounting screw to the
grounded fixture (or by terminal connection on
the K-case)
•
For control wiring diagrams, see pg. 74, and for
lamp wiring diagrams, see pg. 80.
•
Inrush current less than 2 A
•
*For a complete list of compatible controls,
visit www.lutron.com/HilumeLED
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Ballasts and drivers | EcoSystem LED drivers
Ballasts and drivers | EcoSystem LED drivers
®
Highest performance dimming to 1%
EcoSystem digital link controlled
CE MODELS ONLY
Key standards
Specifications
CE and ENEC Mark
•
RoHS 2006 Compliant
•
•
IEC Rated
•
Features
Environment
•
•
Continuous, flicker-free dimming from
100% to 1%
•
Efficiency of 80% at 25 W
•
Protected from miswires of input power to
EcoSystem control inputs
•
Constant current reduction (CCR) and pulse
width modulation (PWM) dimming available for
constant current light engines; constant voltage
light engines operate with pulse width modulation
(PWM) dimming only
• A rated lifetime of 50,000 hours
Power factor greater than 0.95 at 25 W
Low harmonic distortion
Inrush current less than 2 A
Sound rating: inaudible in a 27 dB
ambient environment
•
Mounting
Independent control gear, driver requires
no particular mounting means
•
•
Shown above: EcoSystem LED driver, P-case
Model number is determined by load and control type. See pg. 64 for additional information.
Providing smooth and continuous 1% dimming, the high-performance EcoSystem LED driver works
with virtually any LED fixture. It communicates via the EcoSystem digital link, a revolutionary technology
that allows the driver to react to its environment. It also allows for individual control of the drivers, which
eliminates the need to rewire, and provides a scalable solution for almost any application. The EcoSystem
LED driver is available for fixtures requiring either constant current or constant voltage.
Operating Voltage
LED operating specifications
220–240 V CE @ 50/60 Hz
•
•
•
•
Control options
EcoSystem digital link
•
Lamp types and wattages
LED light engines, up to 25 W
•
Available case types
P-case
•
•
•
•
Constant Current
0.20 A–1.05 A (in 0.01 A increments)
5 W–25 W
Pulse width modulation (PWM) or constant current
reduction (CCR) dimming
Constant Voltage
8 V–38 V (in 0.5 V increments)
5 W–25 W
Pulse width modulation (PWM) dimming
Independent control gear with integral strain relief
Wiring
EcoSystem LED drivers require 4 wires plus
Ground (E1, E2, Live and Neutral); one 0.75 mm2
to 1.5 mm2 solid copper Class 1 or Class 2 wire
per terminal
•
•
LEDs turn on to any dimmed level without flashing
to full brightness
The 1.5 mm2 control wire must not exceed
310 m, and the 0.75 mm2 must not exceed 50 m;
maximum driver-to-LED light engine wire length
is 3 m for any output type
•
•
Sensors cannot connect directly to the driver
•
For control wiring diagrams, see pg. 75, and for
lamp wiring diagrams, see pg. 80.
•
For system compatibility information, see pg. 12.
38 | Lutron
Lutron | 39
Ballasts and drivers | Fluorescent ballast model numbers
Ballasts and drivers | Fluorescent ballast model numbers
Understanding ballast model numbers
T8 and U-bent
Lutron® ballast model numbers are designed to illustrate basic information about the ballast. For example:
EcoSystem ballasts
EHD T8 32 M U 1 10
EC5 T5 36 J UNV 1
Ballast factor
Lamp type
Lamp quantity
Lamp wattage
Universal voltage
Family
Lamp type
Lamp wattage
Dimming to 1% or less
• Compatible with Lutron EcoSystem digital controls
• Energy saving and cost effective
•
EcoSystem® H-Series ballasts
Family
EcoSystem H-Series (1% or less dimming) universal voltage digital dimming ballasts
Lamp quantity
Lamp Lamps
Watts
per
(Length) Ballast
Model Number
Case
Type*
1
EHD T817 M U 1 10
M
2
EHD T817 M U 2 10
M
1
EHD T825 M U 1 10
M
2
EHD T825 M U 2 10
M
EHD T832 M U 1 10
M
EHD T832 M U 1 17
M
EHD T832 M U 2 10
M
EHD T832 M U 2 17
M
EHD T832 G U 3 10
G
EHD T832 G U 3 17
G
Universal voltage
Case size
17 W
(24 in)
Case size
25 W
(36 in)
Generate part numbers, confirm ballast performance
specifications (input power, system lumens, ballast
factor) and select the proper ballast by utilizing the
Ballast Selection Tool.
NEW
1
This tool also enables users to choose a Custom
Ballast Factor (percentage of light output for a given
lamp-ballast combination). Reduced ballast factors
achieve greater energy savings and are available for
all Lutron ballasts with EcoSystem control.
32 W
(48 in)
Updated Ballast Selection Tool with Custom
Ballast Factor. Find and configure the ballast that best
fits your project: www.lutron.com/BallastTool
2
3
Input
Input
Voltage Current
(VAC)
(A)
277
0.08
240
0.09
120
0.18
277
0.15
240
0.18
120
0.35
277
0.11
240
0.11
120
0.26
277
0.20
240
0.23
120
0.47
277
0.12
240
0.14
120
0.29
277
0.15
240
0.17
120
0.34
277
0.24
240
0.28
120
0.57
277
0.28
240
0.32
120
0.65
277
0.37
240
0.40
120
0.83
277
0.41
240
0.47
120
0.95
Input
Power
(W)
22.2
21.6
21.6
41.6
43.2
42.0
30.5
26.4
31.2
55.4
55.2
56.4
33.2
33.6
34.8
41.6
40.8
40.8
66.5
67.2
68.4
77.6
76.8
78.0
93.5
94.9
95.4
105.7
106.5
106.8
Ballast
Factor
(BF)**
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.17
1.17
1.17
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.17
1.17
1.17
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.17
1.17
1.17
Ballast Relative
System System Efficacy System
Lumens Efficacy Factor Efficacy
(lm)† (lm/W)†
(BEF)
(RSE)
1,300
90
4.51
0.77
1,300
93
4.63
0.79
1,300
93
4.63
0.79
2,600
96
2.41
0.82
2,600
93
2.31
0.79
2,600
95
2.38
0.81
1,900
62
3.28
0.82
1,900
72
3.79
0.95
1,900
61
3.21
0.80
3,800
69
1.81
0.90
3,800
69
1.81
0.91
3,800
67
1.77
0.89
3,000
90
3.01
0.96
3,000
89
2.98
0.95
3,000
86
3.01
0.92
3,510
84
2.82
0.92
3,510
86
2.87
0.92
3,510
86
2.87
0.90
6,000
90
1.50
0.96
6,000
89
1.49
0.95
6,000
88
1.46
0.94
7,020
91
1.51
0.97
7,020
91
1.52
0.98
7,020
90
1.50
0.96
9,000
96
1.07
1.03
9,000
95
1.05
1.01
9,000
94
1.05
1.01
10,530
100
1.11
1.06
10,530
99
1.10
1.05
10,530
99
1.10
1.05
*For case type information see pgs. 20-23.
**Factory-tuned ballast factors available. To customize, visit www.lutron.com/BallastTool
†
Actual number may vary with lamp model. Please consult the lamp manufacturer for lamp-specific data.
40 | Lutron
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Ballasts and drivers | Fluorescent ballast model numbers
Ballasts and drivers | Fluorescent ballast model numbers
T8 and U-bent (continued)
T8 and U-bent (continued)
Hi-lume® 3D (1% or less dimming) universal voltage digital dimming ballasts
•
•
•
Dimming to 1% or less
Compatible with Lutron® 3-wire fluorescent controls and EcoSystem® digital controls
Energy saving
Lamp Lamps
Watts
per
(Length) Ballast
Model Number
Case
Type*
H3D T817 C U 1 10
H3D T817 G U 1 10
C
G
H3D T817 C U 1 17
H3D T817 G U 1 17
C
G
H3D T817 C U 2 10
H3D T817 G U 2 10
C
G
H3D T817 C U 2 17
H3D T817 G U 2 17
C
G
H3D T817 G U 3 10
G
H3D T817 G U 3 17
G
H3D T825 C U 1 10
C
H3D T825 C U 1 17
C
H3D T825 C U 2 10
C
H3D T825 C U 2 17
C
1
17 W
(24 in)
2
3
1
25 W
(36 in)
2
Input
Input
Voltage Current
(VAC)
(A)
277
0.08
240
0.09
120
0.18
277
0.08
240
0.10
120
0.19
277
0.15
240
0.18
120
0.35
277
0.15
240
0.17
120
0.35
277
0.21
240
0.25
120
0.48
277
0.23
240
0.27
120
0.55
277
0.11
240
0.11
120
0.26
277
0.12
240
0.14
120
0.28
277
0.20
240
0.23
120
0.47
277
0.22
240
0.25
120
0.51
Input
Power
(W)
22.2
21.6
21.6
22.2
24.0
22.8
41.6
43.2
42.0
41.6
40.8
42.0
58.2
60.0
57.6
63.7
64.8
66.0
30.5
26.4
31.2
33.2
33.6
33.6
55.4
55.2
56.4
60.9
60.0
61.2
Ballast Relative
Ballast System System Efficacy System
Factor Lumens Efficacy Factor Efficacy
(BF)**
(lm)† (lm/W)†
(BEF)
(RSE)
1.00 1,300
59
4.51
0.77
1.00 1,300
60
4.63
0.79
1.00 1,300
60
4.63
0.79
1.17 1,521
69
5.28
0.90
1.17 1,521
63
4.88
0.83
1.17 1,521
67
5.13
0.87
1.00 2,600
63
2.41
0.82
1.00 2,600
60
2.31
0.79
1.00 2,600
62
2.38
0.81
1.17 3,042
73
2.82
0.96
1.17 3,042
75
2.87
0.98
1.17 3,042
72
2.79
0.95
1.00 3,900
67
1.72
0.88
1.00 3,900
65
1.67
0.85
1.00 3,900
68
1.74
0.89
1.17 4,563
72
1.84
0.94
1.17 4,563
70
1.81
0.92
1.17 4,563
69
1.77
0.90
1.00 1,900
62
3.28
0.82
1.00 1,900
72
3.79
0.95
1.00 1,900
61
3.21
0.80
1.17 2,223
67
3.52
0.88
1.17 2,223
66
3.48
0.87
1.17 2,223
66
3.48
0.87
1.00 3,800
69
1.81
0.90
1.00 3,800
69
1.81
0.91
1.00 3,800
67
1.77
0.89
1.17 4,446
73
1.92
0.96
1.17 4,446
74
1.95
0.98
1.17 4,446
73
1.91
0.96
*For case type information see pgs. 20-23.
**Factory-tuned ballast factors available. To customize, visit www.lutron.com/BallastTool
†
Actual number may vary with lamp model. Please consult the lamp manufacturer for lamp-specific data.
42 | Lutron
(cont.) Hi-lume 3D (1% or less dimming) universal voltage digital dimming ballasts
Lamp Lamps
Watts
per
(Length) Ballast
Model Number
Case
Type*
H3D T832 C U 1 10
H3D T832 G U 1 10
C
G
H3D T832 C U 1 17
H3D T832 G U 1 17
C
G
H3D T832 C U 2 10
H3D T832 G U 2 10
C
G
H3D T832 C U 2 17
H3D T832 G U 2 17
C
G
H3D T832 G U 3 10
G
H3D T832 G U 3 17
G
H3D T840 C U 1 10
C
H3D T840 C U 1 17
C
H3D T840 C U 2 10
C
H3D T840 C U 2 17
C
1
32 W
(48 in)
2
3
1
40 W
(60 in)
2
Input
Input
Voltage Current
(VAC)
(A)
277
0.12
240
0.14
120
0.29
277
0.15
240
0.17
120
0.34
277
0.24
240
0.28
120
0.57
277
0.28
240
0.32
120
0.65
277
0.37
240
0.40
120
0.83
277
0.41
240
0.47
120
0.95
277
0.16
240
0.18
120
0.37
277
0.18
240
0.21
120
0.43
277
0.32
240
0.37
120
0.77
277
0.36
240
0.41
120
0.84
Input
Power
(W)
33.2
33.6
34.8
41.6
40.8
40.8
66.5
67.2
68.4
77.6
76.8
78.0
102.5
96.0
99.6
113.6
112.8
114.0
42.8
43.0
43.8
49.6
49.4
50.6
88.9
88.4
90.9
98.2
97.2
100.3
Ballast
Factor
(BF)**
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.17
1.17
1.17
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.17
1.17
1.17
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.17
1.17
1.17
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.17
1.17
1.17
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.17
1.17
1.17
Ballast Relative
System System Efficacy System
Lumens Efficacy Factor Efficacy
(lm)† (lm/W)†
(BEF)
(RSE)
3,000
90
3.01
0.96
3,000
89
2.98
0.95
3,000
86
2.87
0.92
3,510
84
2.82
0.90
3,510
86
2.87
0.92
3,510
86
2.87
0.92
6,000
90
1.50
0.96
6,000
89
1.49
0.95
6,000
88
1.46
0.94
7,020
91
1.51
0.97
7,020
91
1.52
0.98
7,020
90
1.50
0.96
9,000
88
0.98
0.94
9,000
94
1.04
1.00
9,000
90
1.00
0.96
10,530
93
1.03
0.99
10,530
93
1.04
1.00
10,530
92
1.03
0.99
3,800
89
2.34
0.94
3,800
88
2.33
0.93
3,800
87
2.28
0.91
4,446
90
2.36
0.94
4,446
90
2.37
0.95
4,446
88
2.31
0.92
7,600
86
1.13
0.90
7,600
86
1.13
0.91
7,600
84
1.10
0.88
8,892
91
1.19
0.95
8,892
92
1.20
0.96
8,892
89
1.17
0.93
*For case type information see pgs. 20-23.
**Factory-tuned ballast factors available. To customize, visit www.lutron.com/BallastTool
†
Actual number may vary with lamp model. Please consult the lamp manufacturer for lamp-specific data.
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Ballasts and drivers | Fluorescent ballast model numbers
Ballasts and drivers | Fluorescent ballast model numbers
T8 and U-bent (continued)
T8 and U-bent (continued)
Tu-Wire® (5% dimming) 120 V dimming ballasts
EcoSystem® (10% dimming) universal voltage digital dimming ballasts
Dimming to 5%
• Compatible with Lutron® Tu-Wire fluorescent controls
• Energy saving
•
Lamp Lamps
Watts
per
(Length) Ballast
1
25 W
(36 in)
2
1
32 W
(48 in)
2
Model Number
2W-T825-120-1
2W-T825-120-2
2W-T832-120-1
2W-T832-120-2
Case
Type*
C
C
C
C
Input
Input
Voltage Current
(VAC)
(A)
120
0.30
120
0.50
120
0.37
120
0.70
•
•
•
Input
Power
(W)
36.0
60.0
44.4
84.0
Ballast Relative
Ballast System System Efficacy System
Factor Lumens Efficacy Factor Efficacy
(BF)
(lm)† (lm/W)†
(BEF)
(RSE)
0.85 1,828
51
2.36
0.76
0.85 3,655
61
1.42
0.91
0.85 2,550
57
1.91
0.61
0.85 5,100
61
1.01
0.65
Dimming to 10%
Compatible with Lutron 3-wire fluorescent controls and EcoSystem digital controls
Integral sensor connections
Lamp Lamps
Watts
per
(Length) Ballast
Case
Model Number Type*
1
EC5 T817 J UNV 1
J
2
EC5 T817 J UNV 2
J
1
EC5 T825 J UNV 1
J
2
EC5 T825 J UNV 2
J
1
EC5 T832 J UNV 1
J
EC5 T832 J UNV 2
J
EC5 T832 G UNV 2L ††
G
EC5 T832 G UNV 3L††
G
EC5 T832 G UNV 317L††
G
17 W
(24 in)
25 W
(36 in)
2
32 W
(48 in)
3
Refer to the online ballast selection tool for additional information, www.lutron.com/BallastTool
*For case type information see pgs. 20-23.
†
Actual number may vary with lamp model. Please consult the lamp manufacturer for lamp-specific data.
44 | Lutron
Input
Input
Voltage Current
(VAC)
(A)
277
0.08
240
0.08
120
0.17
277
0.13
240
0.15
120
0.31
277
0.10
240
0.11
120
0.23
277
0.18
240
0.20
120
0.41
277
0.11
240
0.13
120
0.26
277
0.21
240
0.25
120
0.49
277
0.22
240
0.25
120
0.49
277
0.31
240
0.36
120
0.72
277
0.41
240
0.47
120
0.95
Input
Power
(W)
20.6
20.0
20.1
36.2
37.0
37.0
27.6
27.0
26.9
48.9
49.0
49.0
31.6
31.0
31.3
57.4
59.0
59.1
59.6
57.6
58.8
86.5
84.0
85.9
105.7
106.5
106.8
Ballast
Factor
(BF)**
0.85
0.85
0.85
0.85
0.85
0.85
0.85
0.85
0.85
0.85
0.85
0.85
0.85
0.85
0.85
0.85
0.85
0.85
0.85
0.85
0.85
0.85
0.85
0.85
1.17
1.17
1.17
Ballast Relative
System System Efficacy System
Lumens Efficacy Factor Efficacy
(lm)† (lm/W)†
(BEF)
(RSE)
1,190
58
4.13
0.70
1,190
60
4.25
0.72
1,190
59
4.23
0.72
2,380
66
2.35
0.80
2,380
64
2.30
0.78
2,380
64
2.30
0.78
1,828
66
3.08
0.77
1,828
68
3.15
0.79
1,828
68
3.16
0.79
3,665
75
1.74
0.87
3,665
75
1.73
0.87
3,665
75
1.73
0.87
2,550
81
2.69
0.86
2,550
82
2.74
0.87
2,550
81
2.72
0.87
5,100
89
1.48
0.95
5,100
86
1.44
0.92
5,100
86
1.44
0.92
5,100
86
1.43
0.91
5,100
89
1.48
0.94
5,100
87
1.45
0.93
7,650
88
0.98
0.94
7,650
89
1.01
0.97
7,650
89
0.99
0.95
10,530
100
1.11
1.06
10,530
99
1.10
1.05
10,530
99
1.10
1.05
*For case type information see pgs. 20-23.
**Factory-tuned ballast factors available. To customize, visit www.lutron.com/BallastTool
†
Actual number may vary with lamp model. Please consult the lamp manufacturer for lamp-specific data.
††
Ballast ships with leads.
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Ballasts and drivers | Fluorescent ballast model numbers
Ballasts and drivers | Fluorescent ballast model numbers
Reduced Wattage T8 and U-bent
T5 Linear
EcoSystem® (10% dimming) universal voltage digital dimming ballasts
•
•
•
Dimming to 10% for reduced wattage (energy saving) lamps
Compatible with Lutron® 3-wire fluorescent controls and EcoSystem digital controls
Integral sensor connections
Lamp
Watts
(Length)
Lamps
per
Ballast
Model Number
Case
Type*
1
EC5 T8RW J UNV 1
J
25W
(48 in)
EC5 T8RW J UNV 2
J
3 EC5 T8RW G UNV 3L††
G
EC5 T8RW J UNV 1
J
2
1
28 W
(48 in)
2
EC5 T8RW J UNV 2
3 EC5 T8RW G UNV 3L††
30 W
(48 in)
J
G
1
EC5 T8RW J UNV 1
J
2
EC5 T8RW J UNV 2
J
3
EC5 T8RW G UNV 3L
G
Input
Input
Voltage Current
(VAC)
(A)
277
0.09
240
0.10
120
0.21
277
0.17
240
0.19
120
0.38
277
0.25
240
0.28
120
0.58
277
0.10
240
0.11
120
0.22
277
0.18
240
0.20
120
0.42
277
0.26
240
0.30
120
0.60
277
0.11
240
0.12
120
0.24
277
0.19
240
0.22
120
0.44
277
0.28
240
0.32
120
0.65
Input
Power
(W)
24.8
24.5
24.9
46.6
45.9
46.5
67.9
67.4
69.0
26.3
26.2
26.5
48.9
48.6
50.0
71.1
70.4
71.6
28.9
28.7
29.2
52.5
52.5
53.4
76.3
76.3
78.1
Ballast Relative
Ballast System System Efficacy System
Factor Lumens Efficacy Factor Efficacy
(BF)**
(lm)† (lm/W)†
(BEF)
(RSE)
0.85 2,061
83
3.43
0.86
0.85 2,061
84
3.47
0.87
0.85 2,061
83
3.41
0.85
0.85 4,123
88
1.82
0.91
0.85 4,123
90
1.85
0.93
0.85 4,123
89
1.83
0.91
0.85 6,184
91
1.25
0.94
0.85 6,184
92
1.26
0.95
0.85 6,184
90
1.23
0.92
0.85 2,202
84
3.23
0.90
0.85 2,202
84
3.24
0.91
0.85 2,202
83
3.21
0.90
0.85 4,403
90
1.74
0.97
0.85 4,403
91
1.75
0.98
0.85 4,403
88
1.70
0.95
0.85 6,605
93
1.20
1.00
0.85 6,605
94
1.21
1.01
0.85 6,605
92
1.19
1.00
0.85 2,350
81
2.94
0.88
0.85 2,350
82
2.96
0.89
0.85 2,350
80
2.91
0.87
0.85 4,701
90
1.62
0.97
0.85 4,701
90
1.62
0.97
0.85 4,701
88
1.59
0.96
0.85 7,051
92
1.11
1.00
0.85 7,051
92
1.11
1.00
0.85 7,051
90
1.09
0.98
Please consult lamp manufacturer’s specification to determine the dimmability of the reduced wattage lamp.
*For case type information see pgs. 20-23.
**Factory-tuned ballast factors available. To customize, visit www.lutron.com/BallastTool
†
Actual number may vary with lamp model. Please consult the lamp manufacturer for lamp-specific data.
46 | Lutron
EcoSystem H-Series (1% dimming) universal voltage digital dimming ballasts
Dimming to 1%
Compatible with Lutron EcoSystem digital controls
• Energy saving and cost effective
•
•
Lamp Lamps
Watts
per
(Length) Ballast
Model Number
Case
Type*
1
EHD T514 M U 1 10
M
2
EHD T514 M U 2 10
M
1
EHD T514 M E 1 10
M
2
EHD T514 M E 2 10
M
1
EHD T521 M U 1 10
M
2
EHD T521 M U 2 10
M
1
EHD T521 M E 1 10
M
2
EHD T521 M E 2 10
M
1
EHD T528 M U 1 10
M
2
EHD T528 M U 2 10
M
1
EHD T528 M E1 10
M
2
EHD T528 M E 2 10
M
14 W
(21.6 in)
14 W
(549 mm)
21 W
(33.4 in)
21 W
(848 mm)
28 W
(45.2 in)
28 W
(1 148
mm)
Input
Input
Voltage Current
(VAC)
(A)
277
0.07
240
0.08
120
0.16
277
0.13
240
0.15
120
0.31
240
0,08
220
0,09
240
0,15
220
0,16
277
0.10
240
0.11
120
0.22
277
0.18
240
0.20
120
0.41
240
0,11
220
0,12
240
0,20
220
0,21
277
0.12
240
0.13
120
0.28
277
0.22
240
0.26
120
0.52
240
0,13
220
0,15
240
0,26
220
0,29
Input
Power
(W)
19.4
19.2
19.2
36.0
36.0
36.0
19,2
19,8
36,0
35,2
26.6
26.3
26.3
48.5
48.6
48.7
26,4
26,4
48,0
46,2
33.0
31.2
33.6
59.8
62.4
62.4
31,2
33,0
62,4
63,8
Ballast Relative
Ballast System System Efficacy System
Factor Lumens Efficacy Factor Efficacy
(BF)**
(lm)† (lm/W)†
(BEF)
(RSE)
1.00 1,350
70
5.16
0.72
1.00 1,350
70
5.21
0.73
1.00 1,350
70
5.21
0.73
1.00 2,700
75
2.78
0.78
1.00 2,700
75
2.78
0.78
1.00 2,700
75
2.78
0.78
1,00 1 350
70
5,21
0,73
1,00 1 350
68
5,05
0,71
1,00 2 700
75
2,78
0,78
1,00 2 700
77
2,84
0,80
1.00 2,100
79
3.76
0.79
1.00 2,100
80
3.81
0.80
1.00 2,100
80
3.81
0.80
1.00 4,200
87
2.06
0.87
1.00 4,200
86
2.06
0.86
1.00 4,200
86
2.05
0.86
1,00 2 100
80
3,79
0,80
1,00 2 100
80
3,79
0,80
1,00 4 200
88
2,08
0,88
1,00 4 200
91
2,16
0,91
1.00 2,900
88
3.03
0.85
1.00 2,900
93
3.21
0.90
1.00 2,900
86
2.98
0.83
1.00 5,800
97
1.67
0.94
1.00 5,800
93
1.60
0.90
1.00 5,800
93
1.60
0.90
1,00 2 900
93
3,21
0,90
1,00 2 900
88
3,03
0,85
1,00 5 800
93
1,60
0,90
1,00 5 800
91
1,57
0,88
*For case type information see pgs. 20-23.
**Factory-tuned ballast factors available. To customize, visit www.lutron.com/BallastTool
†
Actual number may vary with lamp model. Please consult the lamp manufacturer for lamp-specific data.
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Ballasts and drivers | Fluorescent ballast model numbers
Ballasts and drivers | Fluorescent ballast model numbers
T5 Linear (continued)
T5 Linear (continued)
Hi-lume® 3D (1% dimming) universal voltage digital dimming ballasts
EcoSystem (10% dimming) universal voltage digital dimming ballasts
•
•
•
Dimming to 1%
Compatible with Lutron® 3-wire fluorescent controls and EcoSystem® digital controls
Energy saving
Lamp Lamps
Watts
per
(Length) Ballast
Model Number
Case
Type*
1
H3D T514 C U 1 10
C
14 W
(21.6 in)
2
H3D T514 C U 2 10
C
1
H3D T521 C U 1 10
C
21 W
(33.4 in)
2
H3D T521 C U 2 10
C
1
H3D T528 C U 1 10
C
28 W
(45.2 in)
2
H3D T528 C U 2 10
C
Input
Input
Voltage Current
(VAC)
(A)
277
0.07
240
0.08
120
0.16
277
0.13
240
0.15
120
0.30
277
0.10
240
0.11
120
0.22
277
0.18
240
0.20
120
0.41
277
0.12
240
0.13
120
0.28
277
0.22
240
0.26
120
0.52
Input
Power
(W)
19.4
19.2
19.2
36.0
36.0
36.0
26.6
26.3
26.3
48.5
48.6
48.7
33.0
31.2
33.6
59.8
62.4
62.4
Ballast Relative
Ballast System System Efficacy System
Factor Lumens Efficacy Factor Efficacy
(BF)**
(lm)† (lm/W)†
(BEF)
(RSE)
1.00 1,350
70
5.16
0.72
1.00 1,350
70
5.21
0.73
1.00 1,350
70
5.21
0.73
1.00 2,700
75
2.78
0.78
1.00 2,700
75
2.78
0.78
1.00 2,700
75
2.78
0.78
1.00 2,100
79
3.76
0.79
1.00 2,100
80
3.81
0.80
1.00 2,100
80
3.81
0.80
1.00 4,200
87
2.06
0.87
1.00 4,200
86
2.06
0.86
1.00 4,200
86
2.05
0.86
1.00 2,900
88
3.63
0.85
1.00 2,900
93
3.21
0.90
1.00 2,900
86
2.98
0.83
1.00 5,800
97
1.67
0.94
1.00 5,800
93
1.60
0.90
1.00 5,800
93
1.60
0.90
•
•
•
Dimming to 10%
Compatible with Lutron 3-wire fluorescent controls and EcoSystem digital controls
Integral sensor connections
Lamp Lamps
Watts
per
(Length) Ballast
Model Number
Case
Type*
1
EC5 T514 J UNV 1
J
2
EC5 T514 J UNV 2
J
1
EC5 T521 J UNV 1
J
2
EC5 T521 J UNV 2
J
1
EC5 T528 J UNV 1
J
2
EC5 T528 J UNV 2
J
1
EC5 T535 J UNV 1
J
14 W
(21.6 in)
21 W
(33.4 in)
28 W
(45.2 in)
35 W
(57.1 in)
*For case type information see pgs. 20-23.
**Factory-tuned ballast factors available. To customize, visit www.lutron.com/BallastTool
†
Actual number may vary with lamp model. Please consult the lamp manufacturer for lamp-specific data.
48 | Lutron
Input
Input
Voltage Current
(VAC)
(A)
277
0.07
240
0.08
120
0.16
277
0.12
240
0.14
120
0.28
277
0.09
240
0.12
120
0.22
277
0.17
240
0.20
120
0.39
277
0.12
240
0.14
120
0.27
277
0.23
240
0.27
120
0.54
277
0.15
240
0.18
120
0.35
Input
Power
(W)
19.0
19.2
19.2
32.8
33.3
33.3
24.9
28.8
26.4
46.0
47.2
47.2
32.6
32.9
32.9
64.5
65.0
65.2
42.0
42.3
42.2
Ballast Relative
Ballast System System Efficacy System
Factor Lumens Efficacy Factor Efficacy
(BF)**
(lm)† (lm/W)†
(BEF)
(RSE)
1.00 1,350
71
5.26
0.74
1.00 1,350
70
5.21
0.74
1.00 1,350
70
5.21
0.74
1.00 2,700
82
3.05
0.85
1.00 2,700
81
3.00
0.85
1.00 2,700
81
3.00
0.85
1.00 2,100
84
4.01
0.84
1.00 2,100
73
3.47
0.73
1.00 2,100
80
3.79
0.80
1.00 4,200
91
2.17
0.91
1.00 4,200
89
2.12
0.89
1.00 4,200
89
2.12
0.89
1.00 2,900
89
3.07
0.86
1.00 2,900
88
3.04
0.85
1.00 2,900
88
3.04
0.85
1.00 5,800
90
1.55
0.87
1.00 5,800
89
1.54
0.86
1.00 5,800
89
1.53
0.86
1.00 3,650
87
2.38
0.83
1.00 3,650
87
2.38
0.83
1.00 3,650
87
2.38
0.83
*For case type information see pgs. 20-23.
**Factory-tuned ballast factors available. To customize, visit www.lutron.com/BallastTool
†
Actual number may vary with lamp model. Please consult the lamp manufacturer for lamp-specific data.
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Ballasts and drivers | Fluorescent ballast model numbers
Ballasts and drivers | Fluorescent ballast model numbers
T5 HO Linear
T5 HO Linear (continued)
EcoSystem® H-Series (1% dimming) universal voltage digital dimming ballasts
•
•
•
Hi-lume® 3D (1% dimming) universal voltage digital dimming ballasts
Dimming to 1%
Compatible with Lutron® EcoSystem digital controls
Energy saving and cost effective
Lamp Lamps
Watts
per
(Length) Ballast
Model Number
1
EHD T524 M U 1 10
2
EHD T524 M U 2 10
1
EHD T524 M E 1 10
24 W
(21.6 in)
24 W
(549 mm)
2
1
EHD T524 M E 2 10
EHD T539 M U 1 10
39 W
(33.4 in)
39 W
(848 mm)
2
EHD T539 M U 2 10
1
EHD T539 M E 1 10
2
EHD T539 M E 2 10
1
EHD T554 M U 1 10
54 W
(45.2 in)
2
54 W
(1 148
mm)
EHD T554 M U 2 10
1
EHD T554 M E 1 10
2
EHD T554 M E 2 10
Input
Input
Case Voltage Current
Type*
(VAC)
(A)
277
0.10
M
240
0.12
120
0.25
277
0.20
M
240
0.23
120
0.46
240
0,12
M
220
0,13
240
0,22
M
220
0,25
277
0.17
M
240
0.19
120
0.37
277
0.29
M
240
0.35
120
0.70
240
0,18
M
220
0,19
240
0,34
M
220
0,39
277
0.23
M
240
0.26
120
0.54
277
0.42
M
240
0.48
120
0.95
240
0,26
M
220
0,29
240
0,48
M
220
0,51
•
•
•
Input
Power
(W)
27.7
28.8
30.0
55.4
55.2
54.6
28,8
28,6
52,8
55,0
46.0
44.9
44.4
81.4
84.0
84.0
43,2
41,8
81,6
85,8
63.7
62.4
64.8
116.3
115.2
114.0
62,4
63,8
115,2
112,2
Ballast
Factor
(BF)**
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
1,00
1,00
1,00
1,00
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
1,00
1,00
1,00
1,00
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
1,00
1,00
1,00
1,00
System System
Lumens Efficacy
(lm)† (lm/W)†
2,000
72
2,000
69
2,000
67
4,000
72
4,000
72
4,000
73
2 000
69
2 000
70
4 000
76
4 000
73
3,500
76
3,500
78
3,500
79
7,000
86
7,000
83
7,000
83
3 500
81
3 500
84
7 000
86
7 000
82
5,000
78
5,000
80
5,000
77
10,000
86
10,000
87
10,000
88
5 000
80
5 000
78
10 000
87
10 000
89
Ballast Relative
Efficacy System
Factor Efficacy
(BEF)
(RSE)
3.61
0.87
3.47
0.83
3.33
0.80
1.81
0.87
1.81
0.87
1.83
0.88
3,47
0,83
3,50
0,84
1,89
0,91
1,82
0,87
2.17
0.85
2.23
0.87
2.25
0.88
1.23
0.96
1.19
0.93
1.19
0.93
2,31
0,90
2,39
0,93
1.23
0,96
1,17
0,91
1.57
0.85
1.60
0.87
1.54
0.83
0.86
0.93
0.87
0.94
0.88
0.95
1,60
0,87
1,57
0,85
0,87
0,94
0,89
0,96
*For case type information see pgs. 20-23.
**Factory-tuned ballast factors available. To customize, visit www.lutron.com/BallastTool
†
Actual number may vary with lamp model. Please consult the lamp manufacturer for lamp-specific data.
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Dimming to 1%
Compatible with Lutron 3-wire fluorescent controls and EcoSystem digital controls
Energy saving
Lamp Lamps
Watts
per
(Length) Ballast
Model Number
Case
Type*
1
H3D T524 C U 1 10
C
2
H3D T524 C U 2 10
C
1
H3D T539 C U 1 10
C
2
H3D T539 C U 2 10
C
1
H3D T554 C U 1 10
C
2
H3D T554 C U 2 10
C
24 W
(21.6 in)
39 W
(33.4 in)
54 W
(45.2 in)
Input
Input
Voltage Current
(VAC)
(A)
277
0.10
240
0.12
120
0.25
277
0.20
240
0.23
120
0.46
277
0.17
240
0.19
120
0.37
277
0.29
240
0.35
120
0.70
277
0.23
240
0.26
120
0.54
277
0.42
240
0.48
120
0.95
Input
Power
(W)
27.7
28.8
30.0
55.4
55.2
54.6
46.0
44.9
44.4
81.4
84.0
84.0
63.7
62.4
64.8
116.3
115.2
114.0
Ballast
Factor
(BF)**
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
Ballast Relative
System System Efficacy System
Lumens Efficacy Factor Efficacy
(lm)† (lm/W)†
(BEF)
(RSE)
2,000
72
3.61
0.87
2,000
69
3.47
0.83
2,000
67
3.33
0.80
4,000
72
1.81
0.87
4,000
72
1.81
0.87
4,000
73
1.83
0.88
3,500
76
2.17
0.85
3,500
78
2.23
0.87
3,500
79
2.25
0.88
7,000
86
1.23
0.96
7,000
83
1.19
0.93
7,000
83
1.19
0.93
5,000
78
1.57
0.85
5,000
80
1.60
0.87
5,000
77
1.54
0.83
10,000
86
0.86
0.93
10,000
87
0.87
0.94
10,000
88
0.88
0.95
Hi-lume® 3D (5% dimming) universal voltage digital dimming ballasts
•
•
•
Dimming to 5%
Compatible with Lutron 3-wire fluorescent controls and EcoSystem digital controls
Energy saving
Lamp Lamps
Watts
per
(Length) Ballast
80 W
(57.1 in)
1
Model Number
H3D T580 C U 1 10
Input
Input
Case Voltage Current
Type*
(VAC)
(A)
277
0.32
C
240
0.37
120
0.73
Input
Power
(W)
1.00
1.00
1.00
Ballast Relative
Ballast System System Efficacy System
Factor Lumens Efficacy Factor Efficacy
(BF)**
(lm)† (lm/W)†
(BEF)
(RSE)
88.6
7000
79
1.13
0.90
88.8
7000
79
1.13
0.90
87.6
7000
80
1.14
0.91
*For case type information see pgs. 20-23.
**Factory-tuned ballast factors available. To customize, visit www.lutron.com/BallastTool
†
Actual number may vary with lamp model. Please consult the lamp manufacturer for lamp-specific data.
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Ballasts and drivers | Fluorescent ballast model numbers
T5 HO Linear (continued)
T5 HO Linear (continued)
Hi-lume® (1% dimming) 120 V and 277 V dimming ballasts
•
•
•
EcoSystem® (10% dimming) universal voltage digital dimming ballasts
Dimming to 1%
Compatible with Lutron® 3-wire fluorescent controls
Energy saving
Lamp Lamps
Watts
per
(Length) Ballast
24 W
(21.6 in)
39 W
(33.4 in)
54 W
(45.2 in)
1
2
1
2
1
2
Model Number
FDB-T524-277-1
FDB-T524-120-1
FDB-T524-277-2
FDB-T524-120-2
FDB-T539-277-1
FDB-T539-120-1
FDB-T539-277-2
FDB-T539-120-2
FDB-T554-277-1
FDB-T554-120-1
FDB-T554-277-2
FDB-T554-120-2
Case
Type*
C
C
C
C
C
C
Input
Input
Voltage Current
(VAC)
(A)
277
0.15
120
0.31
277
0.24
120
0.62
277
0.19
120
0.38
277
0.32
120
0.76
277
0.25
120
0.58
277
0.45
120
1.10
•
•
•
Input
Power
(W)
36.0
31.2
55.4
54.0
47.1
45.6
85.9
91.2
69.3
69.6
124.7
132.0
Ballast
Factor
(BF)
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
Ballast Relative
System System Efficacy System
Lumens Efficacy Factor Efficacy
(lm)† (lm/W)†
(BEF)
(RSE)
2,000
56
2.78
0.67
2,000
64
3.21
0.77
4,000
72
1.81
0.87
4,000
74
1.85
0.89
3,500
74
2.12
0.83
3,500
77
2.19
0.86
7,000
82
1.16
0.91
7,000
77
1.10
0.86
5,000
72
1.44
0.78
5,000
72
1.44
0.78
10,000
80
0.80
0.87
10,000
76
0.76
0.82
Select Hi-lume ballasts have been discontinued. Please refer to the Cross-reference guide for discontinued
ballasts and drivers on pg. 81.
Refer to the online ballast selection tool for additional information, www.lutron.com/BallastTool
*For case type information see pgs. 20-23.
†
Actual number may vary with lamp model. Please consult the lamp manufacturer for lamp-specific data.
52 | Lutron
Dimming to 10%
Compatible with Lutron 3-wire fluorescent controls and EcoSystem digital controls
Integral sensor connections
Lamp Lamps
Watts
per
(Length) Ballast
Model Number
Case
Type*
1
EC5 T524 J UNV 1
J
2
EC5 T524 J UNV 2
J
1
EC5 T539 J UNV 1
J
2
EC5 T539 J UNV 2
J
1
EC5 T554 J UNV 1
J
2
EC5 T554 J UNV 2
J
24 W
(21.6 in)
39 W
(33.4 in)
54 W
(45.2 in)
Input
Input
Voltage Current
(VAC)
(A)
277
0.11
240
0.13
120
0.24
277
0.20
240
0.23
120
0.45
277
0.16
240
0.18
120
0.37
277
0.30
240
0.35
120
0.70
277
0.21
240
0.24
120
0.48
277
0.40
240
0.52
120
0.99
Input
Power
(W)
30.0
28.8
28.8
54.8
54.0
53.9
43.3
44.0
44.0
83.0
84.0
84.3
56.5
58.0
57.9
110.1
119.0
119.3
Ballast
Factor
(BF)**
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
Ballast Relative
System System Efficacy System
Lumens Efficacy Factor Efficacy
(lm)† (lm/W)†
(BEF)
(RSE)
2,000
67
3.33
0.80
2,000
69
3.47
0.83
2,000
69
3.47
0.83
4,000
73
1.82
0.89
4,000
74
1.85
0.89
4,000
74
1.86
0.89
3,500
81
2.31
0.90
3,500
80
2.27
0.89
3,500
80
2.27
0.89
7,000
84
1.20
0.94
7,000
83
1.19
0.93
7,000
83
1.19
0.93
5,000
88
1.77
0.96
5,000
86
1.73
0.93
5,000
86
1.73
0.93
10,000
91
0.91
0.98
10,000
84
0.84
0.91
10,000
84
0.84
0.91
*For case type information see pgs. 20-23.
**Factory-tuned ballast factors available. To customize, visit www.lutron.com/BallastTool
†
Actual number may vary with lamp model. Please consult the lamp manufacturer for lamp-specific data.
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Ballasts and drivers | Fluorescent ballast model numbers
T5 Twin-Tube
T5 Twin-Tube (continued)
Hi-lume® 3D (5% dimming) universal voltage digital dimming ballasts
•
•
•
Dimming to 5%
Compatible with Lutron® 3-wire fluorescent controls and EcoSystem® digital controls
Energy saving
Lamp Lamps
Watts
per
(Length) Ballast
Model Number
Case
Type*
1
H3D T536 G U 1 10
G
36 W
(15.5 in)
40 W
(22.5 in)
2
H3D T536 G U 2 10
G
1
H3D T540 G U 1 10
G
2
H3D T540 G U 2 10
G
3
H3D T540 G U 3 10
G
1
H3D T550 G U 1 10
G
50 W
(22.5 in)
2
H3D T550 G U 2 10
G
Input
Input
Voltage Current
(VAC)
(A)
277
0.14
240
0.17
120
0.33
277
0.26
240
0.31
120
0.61
277
0.16
240
0.18
120
0.36
277
0.27
240
0.32
120
0.64
277
0.40
240
0.47
120
0.95
277
0.20
240
0.23
120
0.45
277
0.36
240
0.42
120
0.84
Input
Power
(W)
38.4
40.4
39.2
71.3
73.7
72.5
43.9
42.8
42.8
74.0
76.0
76.0
109.7
111.7
112.9
54.8
54.6
53.5
98.7
99.8
99.8
Ballast Relative
Ballast System System Efficacy System
Factor Lumens Efficacy Factor Efficacy
(BF)**
(lm)† (lm/W)†
(BEF)
(RSE)
1.00 2,850
74
2.60
1.04
1.00 2,850
71
2.48
0.99
1.00 2,850
73
2.55
1.02
1.00 5,700
80
1.40
1.12
1.00 5,700
77
1.36
1.09
1.00 5,700
79
1.38
1.10
1.00 3,100
71
2.28
0.91
1.00 3,100
72
2.34
0.93
1.00 3,100
72
2.34
0.93
1.00 6,200
84
1.35
1.08
1.00 6,200
82
1.32
1.05
1.00 6,200
82
1.32
1.05
1.00 9,300
85
0.91
1.09
1.00 9,300
83
0.90
1.07
1.00 9,300
82
0.89
1.06
1.00 4,000
73
1.82
0.91
1.00 4,000
73
1.83
0.92
1.00 4,000
75
1.87
0.93
1.00 8,000
81
1.01
1.01
1.00 8,000
80
1.00
1.00
1.00 8,000
80
1.00
1.00
EcoSystem (10% dimming) universal voltage digital dimming ballasts
•
•
•
Dimming to 10%
Compatible with Lutron 3-wire fluorescent controls and EcoSystem digital controls
Integral sensor connections
Lamp Lamps
Watts
per
(Length) Ballast
Model Number
Case
Type*
1
EC5 T536 J UNV 1
J
2
EC5 T536 J UNV 2
J
1
EC5 T540 J UNV 1
J
2
EC5 T540 J UNV 2
J
3
EC5 T540 G UNV 3L††
G
1
EC5 T550 J UNV 1
J
2
EC5 T550 J UNV 2
J
1
EC5 T555 J UNV 1
J
2
EC5 T555 J UNV 2
J
36/39 W
(15.5 in)
40 W
(22.5 in)
50 W
(22.5 in)
55 W
(20.7 in)
*For case type information see pgs. 20-23.
**Factory-tuned ballast factors available. To customize, visit www.lutron.com/BallastTool
†
Actual number may vary with lamp model. Please consult the lamp manufacturer for lamp-specific data.
54 | Lutron
Input
Input
Voltage Current
(VAC)
(A)
277
0.14
240
0.17
120
0.33
277
0.26
240
0.31
120
0.61
277
0.16
240
0.18
120
0.36
277
0.27
240
0.32
120
0.64
277
0.40
240
0.47
120
0.95
277
0.20
240
0.23
120
0.45
277
0.36
240
0.42
120
0.84
277
0.20
240
0.23
120
0.46
277
0.40
240
0.46
120
0.92
Input
Power
(W)
38.8
39.6
39.6
72.0
73.2
73.2
44.3
43.2
43.2
74.8
76.8
76.8
111.3
112.4
113.2
55.4
54.0
54.0
99.7
100.8
100.8
55.4
55.2
55.2
110.8
110.4
110.4
Ballast Relative
Ballast System System Efficacy System
Factor Lumens Efficacy Factor Efficacy
(BF)**
(lm)† (lm/W)†
(BEF)
(RSE)
1.00 2,850
73
2.57
0.93
1.00 2,850
72
2.53
0.91
1.00 2,850
72
2.53
0.91
1.00 5,700
79
1.39
1.00
1.00 5,700
78
1.37
0.98
1.00 5,700
78
1.37
0.98
1.00 3,100
70
2.26
0.90
1.00 3,100
72
2.31
0.93
1.00 3,100
72
2.31
0.93
1.00 6,200
83
1.34
1.07
1.00 6,200
81
1.30
1.04
1.00 6,200
81
1.30
1.04
1.00 9,300
84
0.90
1.08
1.00 9,300
83
0.89
1.07
1.00 9,300
82
0.88
1.06
1.00 4,000
72
1.81
0.90
1.00 4,000
72
1.85
0.93
1.00 4,000
74
1.85
0.93
1.00 8,000
80
1.00
1.00
1.00 8,000
79
0.99
0.99
1.00 8,000
79
0.99
0.99
0.90 4,320
78
1.62
0.89
0.90 4,320
78
1.63
0.90
0.90 4,320
78
1.63
0.90
0.90 8,640
78
0.81
0.90
0.90 8,640
78
0.82
0.90
0.90 8,640
78
0.82
0.90
*For case type information see pgs. 20-23.
**Factory-tuned ballast factors available. To customize, visit www.lutron.com/BallastTool
†
Actual number may vary with lamp model. Please consult the lamp manufacturer for lamp-specific data.
††
Ballast ships with leads.
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Ballasts and drivers | Fluorescent ballast model numbers
Ballasts and drivers | Fluorescent ballast model numbers
Reduced Wattage T5 Twin-Tube
T4 Compact
EcoSystem® (10% dimming) universal voltage digital dimming ballasts
•
•
•
Dimming to 10% for reduced wattage (energy saving) lamps
Compatible with Lutron® 3-wire fluorescent controls and EcoSystem digital controls
Integral sensor connections
Lamp Lamps
Watts
per
(Length) Ballast
Case
Model Number Type*
1 EC5 T540 RW J UNV 1
J
25 W
(22.5 in)
2 EC5 T540 RW J UNV 2
J
Input
Input
Voltage Current
(VAC)
(A)
277
0.12
240
0.14
120
0.28
277
0.21
240
0.25
120
0.49
Input
Power
(W)
34.3
34.5
34.1
59.3
61.0
59.3
Ballast Relative
Ballast System System Efficacy System
Factor Lumens Efficacy Factor Efficacy
(BF)**
(lm)† (lm/W)†
(BEF)
(RSE)
1.00 2,600
76
2.91
0.73
1.00 2,600
75
2.89
0.72
1.00 2,600
76
2.93
0.73
1.00 5,200
88
1.68
0.84
1.00 5,200
85
1.64
0.82
1.00 5,200
88
1.68
0.84
Hi-lume® (1% dimming) 120 V and 277 V dimming ballasts
•
•
•
Dimming to 1%
Compatible with Lutron 3-wire fluorescent controls
Energy saving
Lamps
Lamp
per
Watts Ballast
26 W
(Triple
1
Tube)
32 W
(Triple
1
Tube)
Model Number
HL3-T426-277-1-S‡
HL3-T426-120-1-S‡
HL3-T432-277-1-S‡
HL3-T432-120-1-S‡
Ballast Relative
Ballast System System Efficacy System
Factor Lumens Efficacy Factor Efficacy
(BF)
(lm)† (lm/W)†
(BEF)
(RSE)
0.95 1,710
51
2.86
0.74
Input
Input
Case Voltage Current
Type*
(VAC)
(A)
277
0.12
A
120
0.26
Input
Power
(W)
33.2
31.2
0.95
1,710
55
3.04
0.79
277
0.13
36.0
0.95
2,280
63
2.64
0.84
120
0.35
37.2
0.95
2,280
61
2.55
0.82
A
Please consult lamp manufacturer’s specification to determine the dimmability of the reduced wattage lamp.
Refer to the online ballast selection tool for additional information, www.lutron.com/BallastTool
Refer to the online ballast selection tool for additional information, www.lutron.com/BallastTool
*For case type information see pgs. 20-23.
**Factory-tuned ballast factors available. To customize, visit www.lutron.com/BallastTool
†
Actual number may vary with lamp model. Please consult the lamp manufacturer for lamp-specific data.
*For case type information see pgs. 20-23.
†
Actual number may vary with lamp model. Please consult the lamp manufacturer for lamp-specific data.
‡
Mounting studs standard. Delete -S suffix in the model number if mounting studs are not needed.
56 | Lutron
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Ballasts and drivers | Fluorescent ballast model numbers
T4 Compact (continued)
T4 Compact (continued)
Tu-Wire® (5% dimming) 120 V dimming ballasts
EcoSystem® (5% dimming) universal voltage digital dimming ballasts
•
•
•
•
Dimming to 5%
Compatible with Lutron® 3-wire fluorescent controls and EcoSystem digital controls
Energy saving
Lamps
Lamp
per
Watts Ballast
18 W
(Triple/
Quad
Tube)
26 W
(Triple/
Quad
Tube)
32 W
(Triple
Tube)
42 W
(Triple
Tube)
1
2
Model Number
Case
Type*
EC3D T418 K U 1 S‡
K
EC3D T418 K U 2 S‡
K
1
EC3D T4MW K U 1 S‡
2
EC3D T4MW K U 2 S
1
EC3D T4MW K U 1 S‡
K
2
EC3D T4MW K U 2 S‡
K
1
EC3D T442 K U 1 S‡
K
2
EC3D T442 K U 2 S‡
K
‡
K
K
Input
Input
Voltage Current
(VAC)
(A)
277
0.08
240
0.09
120
0.18
277
0.15
240
0.17
120
0.34
277
0.10
240
0.11
120
0.22
277
0.19
240
0.21
120
0.43
277
0.12
240
0.14
120
0.29
277
0.24
240
0.26
120
0.55
277
0.15
240
0.18
120
0.36
277
0.31
240
0.35
120
0.73
Input
Power
(W)
20.8
21.4
21.3
39.9
39.4
41.1
27.0
26.9
26.4
51.4
50.6
51.6
33.2
33.6
34.8
65.5
63.0
66.0
42.6
42.7
43.2
85.4
85.1
87.6
Ballast System System
Factor Lumens Efficacy
(BF)**
(lm)† (lm/W)†
0.95 1,140
55
0.95 1,140
53
0.95 1,140
54
0.95 2,280
57
0.95 2,280
58
0.95 2,280
56
0.95 1,710
63
0.95 1,710
64
0.95 1,710
65
0.95 3,420
67
0.95 3,420
68
0.95 3,420
66
0.95 2,280
69
0.95 2,280
68
0.95 2,280
66
0.95 4,560
70
0.95 4,560
72
0.95 4,560
69
0.95 3,040
71
0.95 3,040
71
0.95 3,040
70
0.95 6,080
71
0.95 6,080
72
0.95 6,080
69
•
•
•
Ballast Relative
Efficacy System
Factor Efficacy
(BEF)
(RSE)
4.57
0.82
4.44
0.80
4.46
0.80
2.38
0.86
2.41
0.87
2.31
0.83
3.52
0.92
3.54
0.92
3.60
0.94
1.85
0.96
1.88
0.98
1.84
0.96
2.86
0.91
2.83
0.90
2.73
0.87
1.45
0.93
1.51
0.96
1.44
0.92
2.23
0.94
2.23
0.93
2.20
0.92
1.11
0.93
1.12
0.94
1.08
0.91
*For case type information see pgs. 20-23.
**Factory-tuned ballast factors available. To customize, visit www.lutron.com/BallastTool
†
Actual number may vary with lamp model. Please consult the lamp manufacturer for lamp-specific data.
‡
Mounting studs standard. Delete -S suffix in the model number if mounting studs are not needed.
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Dimming to 5%
Designed for retrofit applications
Compatible with Lutron Tu-Wire fluorescent controls
Energy saving
Lamps
Lamp
per
Watts Ballast
18 W
(Triple/
2
Quad
Tube)
26 W
1
(Triple/
Quad
2
Tube)
32 W
1
(Triple
2
Tube)
Model Number
Input
Input
Case Voltage Current
Type*
(VAC)
(A)
Input
Power
(W)
Ballast Relative
Ballast System System Efficacy System
Factor Lumens Efficacy Factor Efficacy
(BF)
(lm)† (lm/W)†
(BEF)
(RSE)
2W-T418-120-2-S‡
B
120
0.41
49.2
0.95
2,280
46
1.93
0.70
2W-T426-120-1-S‡
A
120
0.27
32.4
0.95
1,710
53
2.93
0.76
2W-T426-120-2-S‡
B
120
0.53
63.6
0.95
3,420
54
1.49
0.78
2W-T432-120-1-S‡
A
120
0.33
39.6
0.95
2,280
58
2.40
0.77
2W-T432-120-2-S‡
B
120
0.58
69.6
0.95
4,560
66
1.36
0.87
Refer to the online ballast selection tool for additional information, www.lutron.com/BallastTool
*For case type information see pgs. 20-23.
†
Actual number may vary with lamp model. Please consult the lamp manufacturer for lamp-specific data.
‡
Mounting studs standard. Delete -S suffix in the model number if mounting studs are not needed.
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Ballasts and drivers | Ballast models by country
Ballasts and drivers | Ballast models by country
The following ballast model numbers have certifications specific to certain countries. For details on these
ballast models, visit www.lutron.com.
Europe (CE)
Brazil (INMETRO)
China (CCC)
Mexico (NOM)
EC5 T514 J UNV 1 N
EC3D T442 K U 1 N
EHD T514 M E 1 10
EHD T832 M E 1 10-B
EHD T514 M E 1 10-C
H3D T817 G U 1 10 N
EC5 T514 J UNV 2 N
EC3D T442 K U 1 S N
EHD T514 M E 2 10
EHD T832 M E 2 10-B
EHD T514 M E 2 10-C
H3D T817 G U 2 10 N
EC5 T521 J UNV 1 N
EC3D T442 K U 2 N
EHD T521 M E 1 10
EHD T514 M E 1 10-B
EHD T528 M E 1 10-C
H3D T825 G U 1 10 N
EC5 T521 J UNV 2 N
EC3D T442 K U 2 S N
EHD T521 M E 2 10
EHD T514 M E 2 10-B
EHD T528 M E 2 10-C
H3D T825 G U 2 10 N
EC5 T524 J UNV 1 N
EHD T514 M U 1 10 N
EHD T524 M E 1 10
EHD T521 M E 1 10-B
EHD T554 M E 1 10-C
H3D T832 G U 1 10 N
EC5 T524 J UNV 2 N
EHD T514 M U 2 10 N
EHD T524 M E 2 10
EHD T521 M E 2 10-B
EHD T554 M E 2 10-C
H3D T832 G U 2 10 N
EC5 T528 J UNV 1 N
EHD T521 M U 1 10 N
EHD T528 M E 1 10
EHD T524 M E 1 10-B
H3D T832 G U 3 10 N
EC5 T528 J UNV 2 N
EHD T521 M U 2 10 N
EHD T528 M E 2 10
EHD T524 M E 2 10-B
H3D T817 C U 1 10 N
EC5 T535 J UNV 1 N
EHD T524 M U 1 10 N
EHD T539 M E 1 10
EHD T528 M E 1 10-B
H3D T817 C U 2 10 N
EC5 T536 J UNV 1 N
EHD T524 M U 2 10 N
EHD T539 M E 2 10
EHD T528 M E 2 10-B
H3D T825 C U 1 10 N
EC5 T536 J UNV 2 N
EHD T528 M U 1 10 N
EHD T554 M E 1 10
EHD T539 M E 1 10-B
H3D T825 C U 2 10 N
EC5 T539 J UNV 1 N
EHD T528 M U 2 10 N
EHD T554 M E 2 10
EHD T539 M E 2 10-B
H3D T832 C U 1 10 N
EC5 T539 J UNV 2 N
EHD T539 M U 1 10 N
EHD T554 M E 1 10-B
H3D T832 C U 2 10 N
EC5 T540 J UNV 1 N
EHD T539 M U 2 10 N
EHD T554 M E 2 10-B
H3D T832 C U 1 17 N
EC5 T540 J UNV 2 N
EHD T554 M U 1 10 N
H3D T832 C U 2 17 N
EC5 T550 J UNV 1 N
EHD T554 M U 2 10 N
H3D T514 C U 1 10 N
EC5 T550 J UNV 2 N
EHD T817 M U 1 10 N
H3D T514 C U 2 10 N
EC5 T554 J UNV 1 N
EHD T817 M U 2 10 N
H3D T521 C U 1 10 N
EC5 T554 J UNV 2 N
Canada (CSA)
EHD T825 M U 1 10 N
H3D T521 C U 2 10 N
EC5 T555 J UNV 1 N
EHD T825 M U 2 10 N
EHD T832 C 347 110
H3D T524 C U 1 10 N
EC5 T555 J UNV 2 N
EHD T832 M U 1 10 N
EHD T832 C 347 210
H3D T524 C U 2 10 N
EC5 T817 J UNV 1 N
EHD T832 M U 2 10 N
EHD T832 C 347 117
H3D T528 C U 1 10 N
EC5 T817 J UNV 2 N
EHD T832 M U 1 17 N
EHD T832 C 347 217
H3D T528 C U 2 10 N
EC5 T825 J UNV 1 N
EHD T832 M U 2 17 N
EHD T528 C 347 110
H3D T536 G U 1 10 N
EC5 T825 J UNV 2 N
EHD T528 C 347 210
H3D T536 G U 2 10 N
EC5 T832 J UNV 1 N
Japan (PSE)
EHD T554 C 347 110
H3D T539 C U 1 10 N
EC5 T832 J UNV 2 N
H3 T432 K 100 1 J
EHD T554 C 347 210
H3D T539 C U 2 10 N
EC3D T418 K U 1 N
H3 T832 G UNV 1 J
H3D T540 G U 1 10 N
EC3D T418 K U 1 S N
H3 T832 G UNV 2 J
H3D T540 G U 2 10 N
EC3D T418 K U 2 N
H3D T540 G U 3 10 N
EC3D T418 K U 2 S N
H3D T550 G U 1 10 N
EC3D T4MW K U 1 N
H3D T550 G U 2 10 N
EC3D T4MW K U 1 S N
H3D T554 C U 1 10 N
EC3D T4MW K U 2 N
H3D T554 C U 2 10 N
EC3D T4MW K U 2 S N
NOTE: For specification
information, please
reference page 50
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Ballasts and drivers | LED driver model numbers
Argentina (S)
LED
Example: L3DA4U1UKS-HC070
H3D T817 C 220 1 10
H3D T540 G 220 2 10
EC5 T521 J 220 1
H3D T817 C 220 2 10
H3D T540 G 220 3 10
EC5 T521 J 220 2
H3D T817 C 220 1 17
H3D T550 G 220 1 10
EC5 T528 J 220 1
H3D T817 C 220 2 17
H3D T550 G 220 2 10
EC5 T528 J 220 2
H3D T817 G 220 1 10
HL3 T426 220 1 S
EC5 T535 J 220 1
H3D T817 G 220 2 10
HL3 T426 220 1
EC5 T817 J 220 1
H3D T817 G 220 1 17
HL3 T432 220 1 S
EC5 T817 J 220 2
H3D T817 G 220 2 17
HL3 T432 220 1
EC5 T825 J 220 1
H3D T817 G 220 3 10
EC3D T418 K 220 1
EC5 T825 J 220 2
H3D T817 G 220 3 17
EC3D T418 K 220 1 S
EC5 T832 G 220 2L
H3D T825 C 220 1 10
EC3D T418 K 220 2
EC5 T832 G 220 3L
H3D T825 C 220 2 10
EC3D T418 K 220 2 S
EC5 T832 G 220 3 17L
H3D T825 C 220 1 17
EC3D T442 K 220 1
EC5 T832 J 220 1
Case size:
H3D T825 C 220 2 17
EC3D T442 K 220 1 S
EC5 T832 J 220 2
K = Compact
H3D T832 C 220 1 10
EC3D T442 K 220 2
H3D T832 C 220 2 10
EC3D T442 K 220 2 S
H3D T832 C 220 1 17
EC3D T4MW K 220 1
H3D T832 C 220 2 17
EC3D T4MW K 220 1 S
H3D T832 G 220 1 10
EC3D T4MW K 220 2
H3D T832 G 220 2 10
EC3D T4MW K 220 2 S
H3D T832 G 220 1 17
EC5 T536 J 220 1
H3D T832 G 220 2 17
EC5 T536 J 220 2
H3D T832 G 220 3 10
EC5 T540 J 220 1
H3D T832 G 220 3 17
EC5 T540 J 220 2
H3D T840 C 220 1 10
EC5 T540 G 220 3L
H3D T840 C 220 2 10
EC5 T550 J 220 1
H3D T840 C 220 1 17
EC5 T550 J 220 2
H3D T840 C 220 2 17
EC5 T555 J 220 1
H3D T514 C 220 1 10
EC5 T555 J 220 2
H3D T514 C 220 2 10
EC5 T524 J 220 1
H3D T521 C 220 1 10
EC5 T524 J 220 2
Isolated Non-class 2
constant voltage
H3D T521 C 220 2 10
EC5 T539 J 220 1
X = 38.5 V–60.0 V
H3D T528 C 220 1 10
EC5 T539 J 220 2
H3D T528 C 220 2 10
EC5 T554 J 220 1
H3D T536 G 220 1 10
EC5 T554 J 220 2
H3D T536 G 220 2 10
EC5 T514 J 220 1
H3D T540 G 220 1 10
EC5 T514 J 220 2
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How to build a Hi-lume® A-Series LED model number:
L__ __A4U1U__ __ – __ __ __ __ __
1
Control type:*
2
3D = EcoSystem® or
3-wire control
For assistance, contact our
LED Center of Excellence at
1-877-346-5338 or
[email protected], or use the
online model number tool at
www.lutron.com/LEDBuildAModel
Current level (for constant current):*
020 = 0.20 A; 021 = 0.21 A…210 = 2.10 A
TE = 2-Wire forward
phase control
(neutral required)
Voltage level (for constant voltage):*
100 = 10.0 V; 105 = 10.5 V…600 = 60.0 V
Driver output:*
C = Constant current driver with pulse
width modulation (PWM) dimming
M = Stick
Case style:
A = Constant current driver with constant
current reduction (CCR) dimming
S = Studded
(K-case only)
V = Constant voltage driver with pulse
width modulation (PWM) dimming
N = Non-studded
Led load output range
(contact fixture manufacturer for specifications)
Class 2 constant voltage
Class 2 constant current
A = 10.0 V–12.0 V
3.3 A maximum
E = 0.20 A–0.50 A 30 V–54 V
Isolated Non-class 2
constant current
F = 0.51 A–1.00 A 30 V–54 V
Y = 0.20 A–0.50 A 30 V–60 V
B = 12.5 V–20.0 V
G = 0.20 A–0.70 A 8 V–20 V
Z = 0.51 A–1.00 A 30 V–60 V
C = 20.5 V–24.0 V
H = 0.20 A–0.70 A 15 V–38 V
D = 24.5 V–38.0 V
I = 0.71 A–1.05 A 8 V–20 V
J = 0.71 A–1.05 A 15 V–38 V
K = 1.06 A–1.50 A 8 V–20 V
L = 1.06 A–1.50 A 15 V–38 V
M = 1.51 A–2.10 A 8 V–20 V
(30 W maximum)
*For details on control types, see pg. 65
For current/voltage level and driver output information, see pgs. 66 and 67.
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Ballasts and drivers | LED driver model numbers
LED
Ballasts and drivers | LED driver model numbers
Details for building a Lutron® LED driver model number
How to build an EcoSystem® LED model number (CE models):
L DE A2E1C PA – __ __ __ __ __
1
Control type:*
2
DE = D
igital Only
EcoSystem
Current level (for constant current):*
020 = 0.20 A; 021 = 0.21 A … 105 = 1.05 A
Voltage level (for constant voltage):*
100 = 10.0 V; 105 = 10.5 V … 400 = 40.0 V
Driver output:*
C = Constant current driver with pulse
width modulation (PWM) dimming
A = Constant current driver with constant
current reduction (CCR) dimming
1
1 Choosing a control type input
The following control technologies refer to the signal and wiring between the control on the wall and the
LED driver. The compatibility of a dimmer with a particular LED fixture begins with making sure they both
use the same control method. These control technologies are used in standalone applications and control
systems as well as in wired and wireless lighting controls.
Selection of a control is typically driven by the requirements of the project.
Control type
2-Wire forward
phase control
V=C
onstant voltage driver with pulse
width modulation (PWM) dimming
LED load output range (see following
pages for explanation and examples):
2
Features
Typically used for incandescent and
MLV light sources
• Generally the only control used for LED
retrofit lamps
•
Most common method of dimming control
•
EcoSystem digital
link control
Digitally addressable and allows LED drivers to
communicate and react to environmental changes
•
Allows for rezoning without rewiring, and all links
are miswire protected
Ideal applications
Retrofit projects
• Residential and
commercial system
applications
•
Applications that
have a neutral wire
in the backbox
•
Projects requiring digital
control for individual
fixture addressability
•
•
Constant voltage
Constant current
A = 8.0 V–12.0 V
G = 0.20 A–0.70 A 8 V–20 V
B = 12.5 V–20.0 V
H = 0.20 A–0.70 A 15 V–40 V
•
C = 20.5 V–24.0 V
I = 0.71 A–1.05 A 8 V–20 V
•
D = 24.5 V–40.0 V
J = 0.71 A–1.05 A 15 V–40 V
1.05 A and 25 W maximum
40 V and 25 W maximum
Upgrade from analog
0-10 V control
•
Multi-zone applications
Small, retrofit
applications using
Lutron Energi TriPakTM
3-Wire control
Requires a third line voltage control wire,
resulting in more precise performance and less
electrical noise
• Stable over long wire runs
•
LED dimming
applications requiring
precise control
•
Easily wired
•
*For details on control types, see pg. 65
For current/voltage level and driver output information, see pgs. 66 and 67.
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For more information, please use the following resources:
• LED Driver Selection Tool (www.lutron.com/LEDBuildAModel)
• Lutron LED Control Center of Excellence (1-877-DIM-LED8 or email [email protected])
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Ballasts and drivers | LED driver model numbers
Details for building a Lutron® LED driver model number
1
Details for building a Lutron LED driver model number
2
1
2
2 Choosing an LED dimming method
2 Choosing an LED driver output
Lutron LED drivers offer models for both constant current and constant voltage applications. These two
types of drivers are not interchangeable, and the design of the LED array, decided upon by the fixture
manufacturer, determines which driver is appropriate.
The driver’s output is determined by the design of the fixture’s LED array, and must therefore be selected
by the fixture manufacturer.
For constant current LED drivers, there are two mechanisms for dimming: pulse width modulation (PWM)
and constant current reduction (CCR). Constant voltage LED drivers always use PWM. In a PWM driver,
the current is switched at a high frequency between zero and the rated output current. The ratio of on
time to off time determines the perceived light level. In a CCR supply, the current flows continuously at a
set amount to achieve a given light level.
Certain applications may favor a particular dimming method for best results. In most cases, either
approach is suitable.
Typical applications
Constant
current
Constant
voltage
Down light or sconce
•
Cove, under-cabinet light
or an area with a variable
number of fixtures
•
Details
One light source per driver (much like a fluorescent
lamp with its associated ballast)
• For a pre-made LED array designed to operate at
or below a set current level
•
Driver output
Pulse width
modulation
(PWM)
For one or more LED arrays connected in parallel
•
Constant
current reduction
(CCR)
Similar to electronic or magnetic low-voltage power
supplies that often have 12 V and 24 V outputs
•
Suitable applications
Fixtures that must be dimmed very low and still maintain consistent color
• Color mixing applications that require precise levels for each color
•
Most commonly used driver output
•
Fixtures requiring a UL Class 2 rated output with an output voltage higher than
the UL Class 2 PWM voltage level
•
Applications where long wire runs may exist between the driver and the light
engines and high performance dimming is required
•
Applications that have strict EMI requirements, such as medical suites
• Applications with high motion activity or rotating machinery
•
For more information, please use the following resources:
• LED Driver Selection Tool (www.lutron.com/LEDBuildAModel)
• Lutron LED Control Center of Excellence (1-877-DIM-LED8 or email [email protected])
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•
•
•
For more information, please use the following resources:
LED Driver Selection Tool (www.lutron.com/LEDBuildAModel)
Lutron LED Control Center of Excellence (1-877-DIM-LED8 or email [email protected])
Controlling LEDs whitepaper P/N 367-2035 REV B
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Appendix | Control wiring diagrams
Appendix | Control wiring diagrams
EcoSystem digital link control
®
EcoSystem digital link control, C-case, J-case or M-case
Neutral
E1
E1
E2
Class 2
Bus
NEU
N/C
HOT
LINE
Constant Hot*
Ballast
or
Driver
E2
2
Ground**
1
Features
1 Power and digital link
terminals accept only
one 16-18 AWG (0.75 to 1.5 mm2) wire
2 See charts on pg. 69 for
EcoSystem digital link wiring
length details
Control wiring overview
The EcoSystem digital link (E1 and E2) connects
the digital ballasts or drivers together to form a
lighting control system
•
•
The EcoSystem digital control device does not
have to be located at the end of the digital link
•
The EcoSystem digital link supports up to
64 digital ballasts or drivers, 64 occupant sensors,
16 daylight sensors, and 64 wallstations or
IR receivers
Driver is grounded by a mounting screw to the
grounded fixture (or by terminal connection on
the K-case)
•
The PowPakTM dimming module with EcoSystem
supports 32 EcoSystem ballasts or drivers,
9 Pico® wireless controls, 6 occupancy/vacancy
sensors and 1 daylight sensor
•
Ballast
E2
Ballasts and drivers must be installed per national
and local electrical codes
•
Class 2
Bus
E1
E2
LINE
E1
Ballasts, drivers and lighting fixtures must be
effectively grounded
•
Neutral
NEU
N/C
HOT
The EcoSystem digital link and power terminals
only accept one 16-18 AWG (0.75 mm2-1.5 mm2)
solid copper wire per terminal (12–14 AWG wires
require a wire nut to connect to terminal)
•
Control wires (E1 and E2) are not polarity sensitive
and can be wired in any topology
•
EcoSystem digital link control, G-case
Constant Hot*
Technical wiring details
Control wire colors may not match ballast or driver
wire colors
•
N/C or
sensors
2
1
EcoSystem digital link length is limited by the
wire gauge used for control wires as follows:
Ground**
EcoSystem digital link control, K-case
(View from bottom)
Neutral
Terminals may be
located on side
and bottom.
GND
Constant Hot*
DH
E1
E1
LINE
NEU
HOT
Class 2
Bus
E2
Ballast
or
Driver
E2
2
1
Wire gauge
Digital link length (max)
Wire size
Digital link length (max)
12 AWG
2200 ft (670 m)
4.0 mm2
830 m
14 AWG
1400 ft (430 m)
2.5 mm2
520 m
16 AWG
900 ft (275 m)
1.5 mm2
310 m
18 AWG
550 ft (170 m)
1.0 mm2
210 m
0.75 mm2
155 m
(Use for North America)
K-case can be
grounded via case
or ground terminal.
(Use outside of North America)
Ground
* The Constant Hot must not be wired to a switching device when using EcoSystem control.
**Ballast is grounded via case.
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Appendix | Control wiring diagrams
3-Wire control
Features
3-wire control, C-case, J-case or M-case
Neutral
Switched Hot
Class 2
Bus
E1
E2
LINE
NEU
DH
HOT
Dimmed Hot
Ballast
or
Driver
3-wire control, K-case
(View from bottom)
1 Power and terminals accept
only one 16-18 AWG
(0.75 to 1.5 mm2) wire
Terminals may be
located on side
and bottom.
Neutral
GND
1
Ground**
DH
LINE
NEU
Dimmed Hot
HOT
Switched Hot
3-wire control, G-case
E2
K-case can be
grounded via case
or ground terminal.
Class 2
Bus
E1
Ballast
or
Driver
Neutral
Switched Hot
LINE
NEU
DH
HOT
Dimmed Hot
Ground
Class 2
Bus
E1
E2
1
Ballast
N/C
Control wiring overview
Class 2 must be separated from Class 1 and line
voltage wiring by 0.25 in (6 mm) or a physical barrier
•
1
Ground**
Sensors cannot connect directly to the ballast
or driver
•
Control wire colors may not match ballast or driver
wire colors
•
3-wire control, A-case
Technical wiring details
Power input terminals only accept one 16-18 AWG
or 0.75 mm2-1.5 mm2 solid copper wire per terminal
•
Ballasts, drivers and lighting fixtures must be
effectively grounded
•
Ballasts and drivers must be installed per national
and local electrical codes
•
Neutral
NEU
Dimmed Hot
DH
HOT
Switched Hot
1
Ballast
Ground**
**Ballast is grounded via case.
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Appendix | Control wiring diagrams
Tu-Wire control
®
Tu-Wire control, A-case or B-case
Features
1 Power terminals accept only
one 16-18 AWG wire
Control wiring overview
Ballasts that dim T4 compact fluorescent lamps
are intended for factory installation by OEM
fixture manufacturers
•
Control wire colors may not match ballast or driver
wire colors
Technical wiring details
All wiring from the dimming control to Tu-Wire
ballasts is line-voltage wiring and may be run
together in the same conduit as other linevoltage wires
•
•
Neutral
Ballasts and lighting fixtures must be
effectively grounded
•
NEU
Ballast
N/C
HOT
Dimmed Hot
1
Ballast must be installed per national and local
electrical codes
•
Ground**
Tu-Wire control, C-case
Neutral
WHT
BLK
Dimmed Hot
1
Ballast
Ground**
**Ballast is grounded via case.
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Appendix | Control wiring diagrams
2-Wire forward phase control
EcoSystem digital link control for the EcoSystem LED driver
®
Forward phase control (neutral required at control), K-case
(View from bottom)
EcoSystem digital link control, P-case
Features
1 Power terminals accept only
one 16-18 AWG wire
Features
E1
E2
E2
GND
Neutral
2
N
K-case can be
grounded via case
or ground terminal.
INPUT
To
line
voltage
L
DH
Dimmed Hot
Terminals may be
located on side
and bottom.
INPUT
Hi-lume®
A-Series
LED Driver
LINE
NEU
DIGITAL BUS
To forward phase
dimming control
1 Power terminals accept only
one 0.75 mm2-1.5 mm2 wire
per terminal
E1
To
EcoSystem
digital link
Line
Neutral
EcoSystem®
LED Driver
2 See table below for EcoSystem
digital link wiring details
1
Ground
1
Control wiring overview
Forward phase control (neutral required at control), M-case
The EcoSystem digital link wiring (E1 and E2)
connects the drivers together to form a lighting
control system
•
Neutral
HOT
Dimmed Hot
Sensors cannot connect directly to the driver
•
LINE
NEU
Hi-lume®
A-Series
LED Driver
To forward phase
dimming control
Ground**
1
Control wiring overview
Class 2 must be separated from Class 1 and line
voltage wiring by 0.25 in (6 mm) or a physical barrier
•
Sensors cannot connect directly to the ballast
or driver
•
Control wire colors may not match ballast or driver
wire colors
•
Technical wiring details
Terminal blocks on the driver accept one 0.75 mm2
to 1.5 mm2 solid copper wire per terminal
•
Drivers must be installed per national and local
electrical codes
•
E1 and E2 are polarity insensitive and can be wired
in any topology
•
Each EcoSystem digital link supports up to
64 drivers or ballasts
•
EcoSystem digital link length is limited by the
wire gauge used for control wires as follows:
Wire size
Digital link length (max)
4.0 mm2
830 m
2.5 mm2
520 m
Ballasts, drivers and lighting fixtures must be
effectively grounded
1.5 mm2
310 m
Ballasts and drivers must be installed per national
and local electrical codes
1.0 mm2
210 m
0.75 mm2
155 m
Technical wiring details
Power input terminals only accept one 16-18 AWG
or 0.75 mm2-1.5 mm2 solid copper wire per terminal
•
•
•
**Driver is grounded via case.
74 | Lutron
Lutron | 75
Appendix | Sensor control wiring diagrams
Appendix | Sensor control wiring diagrams
Class 2 sensor wiring
Features
G-can with daylight sensor
Red
White
1 Sensor terminals accept only
one 22 AWG (1.0 mm2) wire
LINE
NEU
N/C
HOT
Black
Class 2
Bus
+20V
+20V
+20V
Common
Common
Common
IR
Occ
Daylight
2
1
Sensors connect directly to EcoSystem ballasts;
all sensor and wallstation wiring is Class 2
•
Occupancy sensor, daylight sensor, IR receiver
and wallstation must be placed within 100 ft (30 m)
of the ballast
G-case sensor terminals are located next
to EcoSystem bus terminals; J-case sensor
terminals are located on the side of the case
•
•
Yellow
E1
E2
Sensor wiring overview
EcoSystem®
Ballast
2 100 ft (30 m) maximum
wire length
Sensor terminals accept one 22 AWG (1.0 mm2)
solid copper wire
•
Connect only one sensor to the IR and
daylight inputs
•
Sensors wire to one ballast only
•
For EcoSystem digital link ballasts without integral
sensor connections, wired or wireless sensors can
connect to ballasts using the following devices:
Ground**
G-can with wallstation
PowPakTM dimming module with EcoSystem
•
Red
+20V
+20V
+20V
Common
Common
Common
IR
Occ
Daylight
2
1
Energi Savr NodeTM with EcoSystem
(QS sensor module may be used)
•
Class 2
Bus
E1
E2
GRAFIK Eye® QS with EcoSystem
•
LINE
NEU
N/C
HOT
Black
White
EcoSystem
Ballast
Quantum® system
•
For an overview of these devices, see pg. 12.
Ground**
J-can with occupancy sensor
Red
Black
Blue
Ground**
EcoSystem Ballast
+20V
Common
IR
Occ
Daylight
2
76 | Lutron
1
**Ballast is grounded via case.
Lutron | 77
Appendix | Lamp wiring diagrams
Appendix | Lamp wiring diagrams
Lamp wiring diagrams
Lamp wiring diagrams
Linear 1-lamp
T5 twin-tube 1-lamp
Blue
BLU
BLU
Lutron
Dimming
Ballast
Fluorescent Lamp
Lutron®
Dimming
Ballast
Red
RED
RED
Available in M-case, C-case, J-case, and G-case
Blue
RED
RED
Red
T5 twin-tube 2-lamp
Blue
BLU
BLU
Fluorescent Lamp
Yellow
YEL
YEL
RED
RED
Red
Fluorescent Lamp
Lutron®
Dimming
Ballast
BLU
BLU
YEL
YEL
RED
RED
Available in M-case, C-case, J-case, and G-case
Available in G-case and J-case
Linear 3-lamp
T5 twin-tube 3-lamp
BLU
BLU
Blue
Yellow
Red
Blue
BLU
BLU
Yellow
Fluorescent Lamp
Blue/White
Fluorescent Lamp
Red
Lutron®
Dimming
Ballast
Blue/White
B/W
B/W
Blue/White
Fluorescent Lamp
RED
RED
Available in C-case, J-case, and G-case
Red
Available in G-case
Note: Lamp terminals accept only one 18 AWG (0.75 mm2) wire. Ballast-to-lamp lead lengths must not
exceed 7 ft (2 m) for all wiring scenarios shown above.
Fluorescent Lamp
Yellow
YEL
YEL
78 | Lutron
Fluorescent Lamp
Yellow
Lutron
Dimming
Ballast
RED
RED
Fluorescent Lamp
Blue
Blue
Fluorescent Lamp
YEL
YEL
B/W
B/W
Fluorescent Lamp
Available in G-case and J-case
Linear 2-lamp
Lutron
Dimming
Ballast
BLU
BLU
Red
Fluorescent Lamp
Note: Lamp terminals accept only one 18 AWG (0.75 mm2) wire. Ballast-to-lamp lead lengths must not
exceed 3 ft (1 m) for all wiring scenarios shown above.
Lutron | 79
Appendix | Discontinued ballasts and drivers
Appendix | Lamp wiring diagrams
As Lutron has continued to innovate and develop new products, older technologies have been discontinued.
The following list is a summary of all Lutron ballast and driver model numbers that have been discontinued
since September 2009. Contact Lutron Customer Service if you have any questions regarding this summary
of discontinued ballasts and drivers.
T4 1-lamp
Red
Lutron®
Dimming
Ballast
RED
RED
BLU
BLU
Red
4-Pin
Lamp Holder
Blue
EcoSystem
H-Series
Blue
Available in K-case and A-case
T4 2-lamp
Red
Red
Lutron®
Dimming
Ballast
EcoSystem® H-Series
Date of
Case Ballast
Case
Ballast Family Discontinuation Discontinued Model Dimming Size Factor Replacement Model Dimming Size*
02/01/12
EHDT832CU110
EHDT832CU117
EHDT832CU210
EHDT832CU217
EHDT554CU110
EHDT554CU210
EHDT528CU110
EHDT528CU210
1%
1%
1%
1%
1%
1%
1%
1%
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
1.00
1.17
1.00
1.17
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
EHDT832MU110
EHDT832MU117
EHDT832MU210
EHDT832MU217
EHDT554MU110
EHDT554MU210
EHDT528MU110
EHDT528MU210
1%
1%
1%
1%
1%
1%
1%
1%
M
M
M
M
M
M
M
M
Ballast
Factor
1.00
1.17
1.00
1.17
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
4-Pin
Lamp Holder
RED
RED
Yellow
YEL
YEL
BLU
BLU
Yellow
4-Pin
Lamp Holder
Blue
Available in K-case and B-case
Blue
LED light source
-V / Black
Lutron® Driver
-V
LED
light
engine
+V
+V / Red
Available in M-case and K-case
Note: Lamp terminals accept only one 18 AWG (0.75 mm2) wire. Ballast-to-lamp lead lengths must
not exceed 3 ft (1 m) for T4 lamps shown above. The maximum wire length from driver to LED light
source is 10 ft (3 m).
80 | Lutron
*In some applications, the replacement ballast case size may be different. Review dimensions for proper fit.
Lutron | 81
Appendix | Discontinued ballasts and drivers
Ballast
Family
Date of
Discontinuation Discontinued Model
Eco-10
12/31/11
Eco-10®
Case Ballast
Dimming Size Factor
E3T514C1201
E3T514C1202
E3T514C2771
E3T514C2772
E3T521C1201
E3T521C1202
E3T521C2771
E3T521C2772
ECO-T524-120-1
ECO-T524-120-2
ECO-T524-277-1
ECO-T524-277-2
ECO-T528-120-1
ECO-T528-120-2
ECO-T528-277-1
ECO-T528-277-2
ECO-T554-120-1
ECO-T554-120-2
ECO-T554-277-1
ECO-T554-277-2
ECO-T5H39-120-1
ECO-T5H39-120-2
ECO-T5H39-277-1
ECO-T5H39-277-2
EC3T817GU110
EC3T817GU210
EC3T817GU310
EC3T817CU110
EC3T817CU210
10%
10%
10%
10%
10%
10%
10%
10%
10%
10%
10%
10%
10%
10%
10%
10%
10%
10%
10%
10%
10%
10%
10%
10%
10%
10%
10%
10%
10%
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
G
G
G
C
C
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
EC3T825GU110
10%
G
1.00
EC3T825GU210
10%
G
1.00
EC3T825CU110
EC3T825CU210
EC3T832GU110
EC3T832GU210
EC3T832GU310
10%
10%
10%
10%
10%
C
C
G
G
G
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
Appendix | Discontinued ballasts and drivers
Case
Replacement Model Dimming Size*
Ballast
Factor
H3DT514CU110
H3DT514CU210
H3DT514CU110
H3DT514CU210
H3DT521CU110
H3DT521CU210
H3DT521CU110
H3DT521CU210
H3DT524CU110
H3DT524CU210
H3DT524CU110
H3DT524CU210
H3DT528CU110
H3DT528CU210
H3DT528CU110
H3DT528CU210
H3DT554CU110
H3DT554CU210
H3DT554CU110
H3DT554CU210
H3DT539CU110
H3DT539CU210
H3DT539CU110
H3DT539CU210
H3DT817GU110
H3DT817GU210
H3DT817GU310
H3DT817CU110
H3DT817CU210
Contact Technical
Support
Contact Technical
Support
H3DT825CU110
H3DT825CU210
H3DT832GU110
H3DT832GU210
H3DT832GU310
1%
1%
1%
1%
1%
1%
1%
1%
1%
1%
1%
1%
1%
1%
1%
1%
1%
1%
1%
1%
1%
1%
1%
1%
1%
1%
1%
1%
1%
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
G
G
G
C
C
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
–
–
–
–
–
–
1%
1%
1%
1%
1%
C
C
G
G
G
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
*In some applications, the replacement ballast case size may be different. Review dimensions for proper fit.
82 | Lutron
Eco-10 (continued)
Date of
Case Ballast
Case
Ballast Family Discontinuation Discontinued Model Dimming Size Factor Replacement Model Dimming Size*
Eco-10
12/31/11
(continued)
12/31/09
EC3T832GU117
EC3T832GU217
EC3T832GU317
EC3T832CU110
EC3T832CU210
EC3T832CU117
EC3T832CU217
ECO-T817-120-1
ECO-T817-277-1
ECO-T817-120-2
ECO-T817-277-2
ECO-T817-120-3
ECO-T817-277-3
ECO-T825-120-1
ECO-T825-277-1
ECO-T825-120-2
ECO-T825-277-2
ECO-T832-120-1
ECO-T832-277-1
ECO-T832-277-1-L
ECO-T832-277-1-T
ECO-T832-120-2
ECO-T832-277-2
ECO-T832-277-2-L
ECO-T832-277-2-T
ECO-T832-120-3
ECO-T832-277-3
ECO-T539-120-1
ECO-T539-277-1
ECO-T539-120-2
ECO-T539-277-2
ECO-T539-120-3
ECO-T539-277-3
ECO-T540-120-1
ECO-T540-277-1
ECO-T540-120-2
ECO-T540-277-2
10%
10%
10%
10%
10%
10%
10%
10%
10%
10%
10%
10%
10%
10%
10%
10%
10%
10%
10%
10%
10%
10%
10%
10%
10%
10%
10%
10%
10%
10%
10%
10%
10%
10%
10%
10%
10%
G
G
G
C
C
C
C
F
F
F
F
F
F
F
F
F
F
D
F
D
D
D
F
D
D
F
F
F
F
F
F
F
F
F
F
F
F
1.17
1.17
1.17
1.00
1.00
1.17
1.17
0.85
0.85
0.85
0.85
0.85
0.85
0.85
0.85
0.85
0.85
0.85
0.85
0.85
0.85
0.85
0.85
0.85
0.85
0.85
0.85
0.85
0.85
0.85
0.85
0.85
0.85
0.85
0.85
0.85
0.85
H3DT832GU117
H3DT832GU217
H3DT832GU317
H3DT832CU110
H3DT832CU210
H3DT832CU117
H3DT832CU217
H3DT817GU110
H3DT817GU110
H3DT817GU210
H3DT817GU210
H3DT817GU310
H3DT817GU310
H3DT825CU110
H3DT825CU110
H3DT825CU210
H3DT825CU210
H3DT832GU110
H3DT832GU110
H3DT832GU110
H3DT832GU110
H3DT832GU210
H3DT832GU210
H3DT832GU210
H3DT832GU210
H3DT832GU310
H3DT832GU310
H3DT536GU110
H3DT536GU110
H3DT536GU210
H3DT536GU210
None Available
None Available
H3DT540GU110
H3DT540GU110
H3DT540GU210
H3DT540GU210
1%
1%
1%
1%
1%
1%
1%
1%
1%
1%
1%
1%
1%
1%
1%
1%
1%
1%
1%
1%
1%
1%
1%
1%
1%
1%
1%
5%
5%
5%
5%
–
–
5%
5%
5%
5%
G
G
G
C
C
C
C
G
G
G
G
G
G
C
C
C
C
G
G
G
G
G
G
G
G
G
G
G
G
G
G
–
–
G
G
G
G
Ballast
Factor
1.17
1.17
1.17
1.00
1.00
1.17
1.17
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
–
–
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
*In some applications, the replacement ballast case size may be different. Review dimensions for proper fit.
Lutron | 83
Appendix | Discontinued ballasts and drivers
Appendix | Discontinued ballasts and drivers
Eco-10® (continued)
Date of
Case Ballast
Case
Ballast Family Discontinuation Discontinued Model Dimming Size Factor Replacement Model Dimming Size*
Eco-10
12/31/09
(continued)
11/01/09
ECO-T540-120-3
ECO-T540-277-3
ECO-T550-120-1
ECO-T550-277-1
ECO-T550-120-2
ECO-T550-277-2
ECO-T536-240-1
ECO-T536-240-2
ECO-T818-240-1
ECO-T818-240-2
ECO-T832-240-2
ECO-T836-240-1
ECO-T836-240-2
ECO-T858-240-1
ECO-T858-240-2
ECO-T870-240-1
10%
10%
10%
10%
10%
10%
10%
10%
10%
10%
10%
10%
10%
10%
10%
10%
F
F
F
F
F
F
F
F
F
F
F
F
F
F
F
F
0.85
0.85
0.85
0.85
0.85
0.85
0.95
0.95
0.95
0.95
0.95
0.95
0.95
0.95
0.95
0.95
H3DT540GU310
H3DT540GU310
H3DT550GU110
H3DT550GU110
H3DT550GU210
H3DT550GU210
H3DT536GU110
H3DT536GU210
None Available
None Available
H3DT832GU210
EHDT836ME110
EHDT836ME210
None Available
None Available
None Available
5%
5%
5%
5%
5%
5%
5%
5%
–
–
1%
1%
1%
–
–
–
G
G
G
G
G
G
G
G
–
–
G
M
M
–
–
–
Ballast
Factor
Ballast
Family
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
–
–
1.00
1.00
1.00
–
–
–
Hi-lume 12/31/09
Date of
Discontinuation Discontinued Model
11/1/09
*In some applications, the replacement ballast case size may be different. Review dimensions for proper fit.
84 | Lutron
FDB-2427-120-1
FDB-2427-277-1
FDB-2427-120-2
FDB-2427-277-2
FDB-2427-120-3
FDB-2427-277-3
FDB-3627-120-1
FDB-3627-277-1
FDB-3627-120-2
FDB-3627-277-2
FDB-3627-120-3
FDB-3627-277-3
FDB-4827-120-1
FDB-4827-277-1
FDB-4827-120-2
FDB-4827-277-2
FDB-4827-120-3
FDB-4827-277-3
FDB-6027-120-1
FDB-6027-277-1
FDB-6027-120-2
FDB-6027-277-2
FCE-0626-240-1
FCE-0626-240-2
FCE-1226-240-1
FCE-1226-240-2
FCE-1526-240-1
FCE-1526-240-2
FCE-1826-240-1
FCE-CF18-240-1
FCE-CF18-240-2
FCE-CF26-240-1
FCE-CF26-240-2
FCE-CFL36-240-1
FCE-CFL36-240-2
FDB-4827-240-1
FDB-4827-240-2
Hi-lume®
Case Ballast
Dimming Size Factor
Case
Replacement Model Dimming Size*
Ballast
Factor
1%
1%
1%
1%
1%
1%
1%
1%
1%
1%
1%
1%
1%
1%
1%
1%
1%
1%
1%
1%
1%
1%
5%
5%
5%
5%
5%
5%
5%
5%
5%
5%
5%
5%
5%
1%
1%
H3DT817GU110
H3DT817GU110
H3DT817GU210
H3DT817GU210
H3DT817GU310
H3DT817GU310
H3DT825CU110
H3DT825CU110
H3DT825CU210
H3DT825CU210
None Available
None Available
H3DT832GU110
H3DT832GU110
H3DT832GU210
H3DT832GU210
H3DT832GU310
H3DT832GU310
H3DT840CU110
H3DT840CU110
H3DT840CU210
H3DT840CU210
None Available
None Available
None Available
None Available
None Available
None Available
None Available
EC3DT418KU1
EC3DT418KU2
EC3DT4MWKU1
EC3DT4MWKU2
None Available
None Available
H3DT832GU110
H3DT832GU210
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
–
–
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
0.95
0.95
0.95
0.95
–
–
1.00
1.00
F
F
F
F
F
F
F
F
F
F
F
F
F
F
F
F
F
F
F
F
F
F
F
F
F
F
F
F
F
F
F
F
F
F
F
F
F
0.85
0.85
0.85
0.85
0.85
0.85
0.85
0.85
0.85
0.85
0.85
0.85
0.85
0.85
0.85
0.85
0.85
0.85
0.85
0.85
0.85
0.85
0.85
0.85
0.85
0.85
0.85
0.85
0.85
0.85
0.85
0.85
0.85
0.85
0.85
0.85
0.85
1%
1%
1%
1%
1%
1%
1%
1%
1%
1%
–
–
1%
1%
1%
1%
1%
1%
1%
1%
1%
1%
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
5%
5%
5%
5%
–
–
1%
1%
G
G
G
G
G
G
C
C
C
C
–
–
G
G
G
G
G
G
C
C
C
C
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
K**
K**
K**
K**
–
–
G
G
* In some applications, the replacement ballast case size may be different. Review dimensions for proper fit.
**For applications where a Hi-lume studded ballast was used, Lutron adapter plate CFL-JBA-FAB may be
required to retrofit the replacement studded ballast. Dimensions for the adapter plate are shown on page 90.
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Date of
Ballast Family Discontinuation Discontinued Model
Compact SE 12/31/11
9/30/10
FDB-T418-120-1
FDB-T418-277-1
FDB-T426-120-1
FDB-T426-120-1-S
FDB-T426-277-1
FDB-T426-277-1-S
FDB-T432-120-1
FDB-T432-120-1-S
FDB-T432-277-1
FDB-T432-277-1-S
EC3T536GU110
EC3T536GU210
EC3T540GU110
EC3T540GU210
EC3T540GU310
EC3T550GU110
EC3T550GU210
FDB-T418-120-2
FDB-T418-277-2
FDB-T426-120-2
FDB-T426-277-2
FDB-T432-120-2
FDB-T432-277-2
FDB-T442-120-2
FDB-T442-277-2
FDB-T442-120-1
FDB-T442-277-1
FDB-T418-120-2-S
FDB-T418-277-2-S
FDB-T426-120-2-S
FDB-T426-277-2-S
FDB-T432-120-2-S
FDB-T432-277-2-S
FDB-T442-120-2-S
FDB-T442-277-2-S
FDB-T442-120-1-S
FDB-T442-277-1-S
Appendix | Discontinued ballasts and drivers
Compact SETM
Case Ballast
Case
Dimming Size Factor Replacement Model Dimming Size*
Ballast
Factor
5%
5%
5%
5%
5%
5%
5%
5%
5%
5%
5%
5%
5%
5%
5%
5%
5%
5%
5%
5%
5%
5%
5%
5%
5%
5%
5%
5%
5%
5%
5%
5%
5%
5%
5%
5%
5%
0.95
0.95
0.95
0.95
0.95
0.95
0.95
0.95
0.95
0.95
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
0.95
0.95
0.95
0.95
0.95
0.95
0.95
0.95
0.95
0.95
0.95
0.95
0.95
0.95
0.95
0.95
0.95
0.95
0.95
0.95
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
G
G
G
G
G
G
G
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
0.95
0.95
0.95
0.95
0.95
0.95
0.95
0.95
0.95
0.95
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
0.95
0.95
0.95
0.95
0.95
0.95
0.95
0.95
0.95
0.95
0.95
0.95
0.95
0.95
0.95
0.95
0.95
0.95
0.95
0.95
EC3DT418KU1
EC3DT418KU1
EC3DT4MWKU1
EC3DT4MWKU1S
EC3DT4MWKU1
EC3DT4MWKU1S
EC3DT4MWKU1
EC3DT4MWKU1S
EC3DT4MWKU1
EC3DT4MWKU1S
H3DT536GU110
H3DT536GU210
H3DT540GU110
H3DT540GU210
H3DT540GU310
H3DT550GU110
H3DT550GU210
EC3DT418KU2
EC3DT418KU2
EC3DT4MWKU2
EC3DT4MWKU2
EC3DT4MWKU2
EC3DT4MWKU2
EC3DT442KU2
EC3DT442KU2
EC3DT442KU1
EC3DT442KU1
EC3DT418KU2S
EC3DT418KU2S
EC3DT4MWKU2S
EC3DT4MWKU2S
EC3DT4MWKU2S
EC3DT4MWKU2S
EC3DT442KU2S
EC3DT442KU2S
EC3DT442KU1S
EC3DT442KU1S
5%
5%
5%
5%
5%
5%
5%
5%
5%
5%
5%
5%
5%
5%
5%
5%
5%
5%
5%
5%
5%
5%
5%
5%
5%
5%
5%
5%
5%
5%
5%
5%
5%
5%
5%
5%
5%
K
K
K
K
K
K
K
K
K
K
G
G
G
G
G
G
G
K**
K**
K**
K**
K**
K**
K**
K**
K**
K**
K**
K**
K**
K**
K**
K**
K**
K**
K**
K**
* In some applications, the replacement ballast case size may be different. Review dimensions for proper fit.
**For applications where a Compact SE studded ballast was used, Lutron adapter plate CFL-BEA-BK may be
required to retrofit the replacement studded ballast. Dimensions for the adapter plate are shown on page 90.
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Compact SE (continued)
Date of
Case Ballast
Case
Ballast Family Discontinuation Discontinued Model Dimming Size Factor Replacement Model Dimming Size*
Compact SE 12/31/09
FDB-1643-120-1
FDB-1643-277-1
FDB-1643-120-2
FDB-1643-277-2
FDB-1643-120-3
FDB-1643-277-3
FDB-2227-120-1
FDB-2227-277-1
FDB-2227-120-2
FDB-2227-277-2
FDB-2227-120-3
FDB-2227-277-3
FDB-2243-120-1
FDB-2243-277-1
FDB-2243-120-2
FDB-2243-277-2
FDB-T418-240-1-S
FDB-T426-240-1-S
FDB-T432-240-1-S
5%
5%
5%
5%
5%
5%
5%
5%
5%
5%
5%
5%
5%
5%
5%
5%
5%
5%
5%
F
F
F
F
F
F
F
F
F
F
F
F
F
F
F
F
A
A
A
0.85
0.85
0.85
0.85
0.85
0.85
0.85
0.85
0.85
0.85
0.85
0.85
0.85
0.85
0.85
0.85
0.95
0.95
0.95
H3DT536GU110
H3DT536GU110
H3DT536GU210
H3DT536GU210
None Available
None Available
H3DT540GU110
H3DT540GU110
H3DT540GU210
H3DT540GU210
H3DT540GU310
H3DT540GU310
H3DT550GU110
H3DT550GU110
H3DT550GU210
H3DT550GU210
EC3DT418KU1S
EC3DT4MWKU1S
EC3DT4MWKU1S
5%
5%
5%
5%
–
–
5%
5%
5%
5%
5%
5%
5%
5%
5%
5%
5%
5%
5%
G
G
G
G
–
–
G
G
G
G
G
G
G
G
G
G
K**
K**
K**
Ballast
Factor
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
–
–
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
0.95
0.95
0.95
* In some applications, the replacement ballast case size may be different. Review dimensions for proper fit.
**For applications where a Compact SE studded ballast was used, Lutron adapter plate CFL-BEA-BK may be
required to retrofit the replacement studded ballast. Dimensions for the adapter plate are shown on page 90.
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Appendix | Discontinued ballasts and drivers
Appendix | Discontinued ballasts and drivers
Eco-10® TVE
Date of
Ballast Family Discontinuation Discontinued Model
Case Ballast
Dimming Size Factor Replacement Model
Case
Size
Ballast
Factor
Eco-10 TVE
10%
10%
10%
10%
10%
10%
10%
10%
10%
10%
10%
10%
10%
10%
10%
10%
10%
10%
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
6/30/11
10/1/09
TVE-T832-347-1
TVE-T832-347-2
BTVF-T832-120-2
BTVF-T832-120-3
BTVF-T832-277-2
BTVF-T832-277-3
TVE-T540-120-2
TVE-T540-120-3
TVE-T540-277-2
TVE-T817-120-1
TVE-T825-120-1
TVE-T832-120-1
TVE-T832-120-2
TVE-T832-120-3
TVE-T832-277-1
TVE-T832-277-2
TVE-T832-277-3
TVE-T832-277-3N
F
F
F
F
F
F
F
F
F
F
F
F
F
F
F
F
F
F
0.85
0.85
0.85
0.85
0.85
0.85
0.85
0.85
0.85
0.85
0.85
0.85
0.85
0.85
0.85
0.85
0.85
0.85
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Driver Family
Hi-lume® LED drivers
Date of
Case Current
Discontinuation Discontinued Model Size Level
Hi-lume LED
6/30/11
L3D25070AUNV1S A
700 mA
L3D25070AUNV1
700 mA
A
L3D25105AUNV1S A
1.05 Amp
L3D25105AUNV1
1.05 Amp
A
L3D25140AUNV1S A
1.4 Amp
L3D25140AUNV1
A
1.4 Amp
L3D25210AUNV1S A
L3D25210AUNV1 A
2.1 Amp
2.1 Amp
Replacement Model*
Voltage
Range
Case
Size
Current
Level
L3DA4U1UKS-HC070
L3DA4U1UKS-GC070
L3DA4U1UKN-HC070
L3DA4U1UKN-GC070
L3DA4U1UKS-JC105
L3DA4U1UKS-IC105
L3DA4U1UKN-JC105
L3DA4U1UKN-IC105
L3DA4U1UKS-LC140
L3DA4U1UKS-KC140
L3DA4U1UKN-LC140
L3DA4U1UKN-KC140
L3DA4U1UKS-MC210
L3DA4U1UKN-MC210
15-38 V
8-20 V
15-38 V
8-20 V
15-38 V
8-20 V
15-38 V
8-20 V
15-38 V
8-20 V
15-38 V
8-20 V
8-20 V
8-20 V
K
K
K
K
K
K
K
K
K
K
K
K
K
K
700 mA
700 mA
700 mA
700 mA
1.05 Amp
1.05 Amp
1.05 Amp
1.05 Amp
1.4 Amp
1.4 Amp
1.4 Amp
1.4 Amp
2.1 Amp
2.1 Amp
*The model number suffix will depend on the voltage range that the LED fixture needs. An update to the
OEM luminaire UL file may be needed. For questions, please contact the LED Control Center of Excellence
at 1-877-DIM-LED8.
88 | Lutron
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Appendix | Discontinued ballasts and drivers
Adapter plates
Adapter plates
CASE TYPE DIMENSIONS
Lutron® adapter plates CFL-BEA-BK or CFL-JBA-FAB may be required to retrofit replacement ballasts.
K-can Replacement Scenarios for T4 CFL Lamps
Replacement Hardware
Adapter Plate
The CFL-BEA-BK is used when a non-studded B-can is being replaced by a non-studded K-can. The
CFL-JBA-FAB
used the
when
a studded
F-can is
being
replaced
by a studded A-can, B-can or K-can.
For
applicationsiswhere
Compact
SE ballast
was
flange
mounted,
Dimensions
for
the
adapter
plates
are
shown
below.
Lutron adapter plate CFL-BEA-BK may be required to retrofit the
replacement ballast. Dimensions for the adapter plate are shown below.
CFL-BEA-BK
A
B
C
D
6.00 in (152 mm)
2.96 in (75 mm)
6.73 in (171 mm)
6.41 in (163 mm)
(mounting centers)
E 1.58 in (40 mm)
F 0.69 in (18 mm)
G 4.61 in (117 mm)
H 1.43 in (36 mm)
Existing installation
Sample Model
Ballast Can
Adapter Plate
F-can with studs
F-can without studs
B-can with studs
B-can without studs
FDB-CF18-120-2-B
FDB-T418-120-2-E
FDB-T418-120-2-S
FDB-T418-120-2
K-can with studs
K-can without studs
K-can with studs
K-can without studs
CFL-JBA-FAB
N/A*
N/A
CFL-BEA-BK
* Need to drill new mounting holes in the fixture
Notes
1.When replacing the F-can or B-can with a K-can, it is important to know whether the ballast is mounted by the studs
or the flanges.
2.K-can ballast is wider than the F-can. This may be an issue in narrow fixtures.
3.K-can connector locations don’t exactly match the B-can. They may not line up with fixture mounting plates in
some installations.
8-32 Threaded stud
Stud
0.29 in (7.37 mm)
(7.37 mm) long
CFL-JBA-FAB
A
B
C
D
E
F
4.19 in (106 mm)
2.96 in (75 mm)
2.04 in (52 mm)
1.09 in (28 mm)
2.00 in (51 mm)
0.52 in (13 mm)
8-32 Threaded stud
0.29 in (7.37 mm) long
90 | Lutron
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Appendix | Voltages by country
Appendix | Voltages by country
Africa
Algeria
230 V (CE)
Malawi
230 V
Angola
220 V
Mali
220 V
Benin
220 V
Mauritania
220 V
Botswana
230 V
Mauritius
230 V
Burkina Faso
220 V
Morocco
127/220 V
Burundi
220 V
Mozambique
220 V
Cameroon
220 V
Namibia
220 V
Niger
220 V
Nigeria
240 V
Rwanda
230 V
Réunion Island
220 V São Tomé
and Principe
220 V
Senegal
230 V
Seychelles
240 V
Canary Islands
220 V
Cape Verde
220 V
Central African
Republic
220 V
Chad
220 V
Comoros
220 V
Congo, Dem. Rep.
of (former Zaire)
220 V
Congo, People’s
Rep. of
230 V
Sierra Leone
230 V
Cote d’Ivoire 220 V
Somalia
220 V
Djibouti
220 V
Egypt
220 V
South Africa
220/230 V
Equatorial Guinea
220 V
Swaziland
230 V
Eritrea
230 V
Tanzania
Ethiopia
220 V
Gabon
220 V
Gambia
230 V
Ghana
230 V
Guinea
220 V
Guinea-Bissau
220 V
Ivory Coast
(see Cote d’Ivoire)
China, People’s
Republic of
220 V
East Timor
220 V
Hong Kong
220 V
India
230 V
Indonesia
Thailand
220 V (CE)
Gibraltar
Turkey
230 V (CE)
Turkmenistan
Spain
230 V (CE)
Sweden
230 V (CE)
220 V
Great Britain
(see United Kingdom)
Switzerland
230 V (CE)
United Arab
Emirates1
Greece
240 V (CE)
Ukraine
220 V
220 V
Hungary
230 V (CE)
United Kingdom
230 V (CE)
127/230 V
Uzbekistan
220 V
Iceland
230 V (CE)
Vatican City
230 V (CE)
Iraq
230 V
Vietnam
127/220 V
Ireland (Eire)
230 V (CE)
Israel
220 V
220/230 V
Isle of Man
240 V
Wales
(see United Kingdom)
Japan
100/200 V
230 V (CE)
Jordan
230 V
Europe
Italy
Latvia
220 V (CE)
Kazakhstan
220 V
Albania
220 V
Liechtenstein
230 V (CE)
Kuwait
240 V
Andorra
230 V
Lithuania
230 V (CE)
Kyrgyzstan
220 V
Armenia
220 V
Luxembourg
240 V (CE)
Anguilla
110 V
Laos
230 V
Austria
230 V (CE)
Antigua
230 V
Lebanon
110/220 V
Azerbaijan
220 V
Macedonia
(FYROM)
230 V (CE)
Aruba
127 V
Macau
220 V
Azores
220 V
Madeira
220 V
Bahamas
120 V
Malaysia
240 V
Balearic Islands
220 V
Malta
240 V (CE)
Barbados
115 V
Maldives
230 V
Belarus
220 V
Moldova
220/240 V
Belize
110/220 V
Mongolia
220 V
Belgium
230 V (CE)
Monaco
127/220 V
Bermuda
120 V
Bosnia
220 V
Montenegro
220 V
Canada
120/347 V
Netherlands
230 V (CE)
Cayman Islands
120 V
Costa Rica
120 V
Yemen, Rep. of
240 V
230 V
Myanmar
(formerly Burma)
230 V
Togo
220 V
Bulgaria
230 V (CE)
Nepal
230 V
Tunisia
230 V
Channel Islands
230 V
Oman
240 V
Croatia
230 V (CE)
Uganda
240 V
Pakistan
220 V
Cyprus
240 V (CE)
Zambia
230 V
Philippines
220 V
Czech Republic
230 V (CE)
Zimbabwe
220 V
Qatar1
240 V
Northern Ireland
(see United Kingdom)
Denmark
230 V (CE)
Russia
220 V
Poland
Saudi Arabia1
127*/220 V
England
(see United Kingdom)
230 V (CE)
Asia
Afghanistan 220 V
Singapore
230 V (CE)
Estonia
230 V
South Korea
220 V
Faroe Islands
220 V
North America/
Central America/
Caribbean
Netherlands
Antilles
127/220 V
Dominica
230 V
Norway
230 V (CE)
Dominican
Republic
120 /240 V
El Salvador
115 V
230 V (CE)
Greenland
220 V
Portugal
230 V (CE)
Romania
230 V (CE)
Grenada
(Windward Is.)
230 V
San Marino
230 V
Guadeloupe
230 V
Guatemala
120 V
Haiti
110 V
Kenya
240 V
Bahrain
Lesotho
220 V
Bangladesh
220 V
Sri Lanka
230 V
Finland 230 V (CE)
Scotland
(see United Kingdom)
Liberia
120 V
Bhutan
230 V
Syria
220 V
France
230 V (CE)
Serbia
220 V
Honduras
110 V
Libya
127 V
Brunei
240 V
Tajikistan
220 V
Georgia
220 V
Slovak Republic
230 V (CE)
Jamaica
110 V
Madagascar
220 V
Cambodia
230 V
Taiwan
110 V
Germany
230 V (CE)
Slovenia
230 V (CE)
Martinique
220 V
* Currently available, but soon to be phased out.
Scheduled to require products with CE marking in 2011.
1
92 | Lutron
Scheduled to require products with CE marking in 2011.
1
Note: Only EcoSystem® H-Series ballasts and EcoSystem LED drivers meet CE standards.
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Appendix | Voltages by country
Appendix | Glossary
Oceania
South America
American Samoa
120 V
Argentina
220 V
Australia
240 V
Bolivia
220/230 V
Cook Islands
240 V
Brazil
127/220 V
Fiji
240 V
Chile
220 V
Guam
110 V
Colombia
110 V
Kiribati
240 V
Ecuador
120–127 V
Marshall Islands
110 V
Falkland Islands
240 V
Micronesia
(Federal States of) 120 V
French Guiana
220 V
Nauru
240 V
Guyana
240 V
New Caledonia
220 V
Paraguay
220 V
New Zealand
230 V (CE)
Peru
220 V
Trinidad & Tobago 115 V
Palau
110–120 V
Suriname
127 V
United States
of America
120 V
Uruguay
220 V
120/277 V
Palmyra Atoll
Venezuela
120 V
Virgin Islands
(British and U.S.)
115 V
Mexico
127 V
Montserrat
(Leeward Is.)
230 V
Nicaragua
120 V
Panama
110/120 V
Puerto Rico
120/277 V
St. Kitts and Nevis
(Leeward Is.)
230 V
St. Lucia
(Windward Is.)
St. Vincent and
the Grenadines
(Windward Is.)
240 V
230 V
Papua New Guinea 240 V
Samoa
230 V
Solomon Islands
220 V
Tahiti
110/220 V
Tonga
240 V
Tuvalu
220/240 V
Vanuatu
230 V
Contact your Lutron® representative
for countries not listed.
ballast
An electrical device used in fluorescent and HID
fixtures. It furnishes the necessary circuit conditions
(voltage, current, and waveform) for starting and
operating a lamp.
ballast efficacy factor (BEF)
The ballast efficacy factor directly measures the
efficiency of the ballast by illustrating that the higher
the light output for a given power rating, the more
efficiently the ballast will operate.
BEF = Ballast factor (%)
Input power (W)
ballast factor
A ballast’s light output with respect to a reference
ballast’s light output. The reference ballast is a ballast
which produces full light output as defined by
the American National Standards Institute (ANSI).
Ballast factor is expressed in percentage form
(e.g. 0.95 or 95%).
CCC mark
A mark that is placed on products that are certified to
meet the required product safety standards in China.
CSA certified
Indicates that the product has been evaluated
and undergoes continual assessment by CSA
International to comply with safety standards
established by the Canadian Standards Association.
CE mark
A mark placed on products that are declared to meet
the applicable EU directives for a given product type.
A CE marked product often meets the requirements
of other countries that adhere to the IEC standards.
current crest factor
The ratio of the peak value of lamp current to the
root-mean-square (RMS) value of lamp current.
efficiency
See luminous efficacy
Note: Only EcoSystem® H-Series ballasts and EcoSystem LED drivers meet CE standards.
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ENEC mark
A mark that is placed on electrical products that are
compliant with European safety standards.
filament
In fluorescent lamps, the filaments are designed
to emit electrons to sustain the arc.
filter
An electrical circuit (capacitor and inductor) intended
to reduce radio frequency interference (RFI) and lamp
buzz. Most Lutron ballasts and dimmers incorporate
a filter circuit.
fluorescent lamp
A low-pressure, gas-filled electric discharge lamp in
which a fluorescent coating (phosphor) transforms
ultraviolet radiation into visible light.
footcandle
Defines the quantity of illumination on a surface or
object, 1 footcandle = 1 lumen per square foot.
IEC rated
Indicates that the product has been certified by
the International Electrotechnical Commission.
Compliance with IEC’s international standards
propagates standardized design that is accepted
in many countries around the world.
IEC standard
Standards developed and published by the
International Electrotechnical Commission.
incandescent lamp
An electric lamp in which a filament gives off light
when heated by an electric current.
INMETRO mark
A mark that is placed on products that are certified
to meet required product safety standards in Brazil.
inrush current
The current flow occurring at the instant of turn-on.
(The level of inrush current depends on the load
type and can be substantially higher than the normal
operating current.) All Lutron ballasts incorporate
inrush-current-limiting circuitry.
For a more detailed glossary of terms, go to www.lutron.com/glossaryofterms.
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Appendix | Glossary
Appendix | Glossary
instant-start lamp
A class of fluorescent lamps which do not
require filament preheating and can start instantly.
Lutron dimming ballasts cannot be used with
instant-start lamps.
luminous efficacy
The ratio of light emitted to the power required for a
light source or luminaire. Commonly used to measure
energy efficiency, it is the lumens per watt from a light
source (amount of light per watt of power).
intensity
The brightness of a lamp as a percentage of
maximum brightness (e.g., 66% intensity describes
a lamp dimmed to 2/3 of its maximum brightness).
lux
1 lux = 1 lumen per square meter.
kilowatt hour (KWH)
A unit of energy equal to one kilowatt of power
expended for one hour.
lamp
A device for producing light (such as a bulb or tube).
LED driver
Auxiliary device(s) needed to operate and vary
the intensity of light output from LED lamp
source(s) by regulating the voltage and current
powering the source. There are both dimming
and non‑dimming types.
line voltage
The voltage between the lines of a supplying
power system.
load
The device which a dimmer is controlling (e.g.,
incandescent lamp, ceiling fan, fluorescent lamp).
low-end trim
Adjustable setting on a dimmer that establishes its
minimum output, therefore establishing minimum
light level.
lumen
The quantity of light that is emitted by a lamp, used
in reference to efficacy (lumens per watt).
luminance
Describes the light emitted or reflected from a
source or object in a particular direction. Luminance
produces the sensation of brightness and is
measured in candelas per square foot (or square
meter) of a source or object surface area in the
direction of viewing.
multi-location dimming
A technology that allows full-range dimming from all
locations in 3-way and 4-way circuits. Multi-location
dimmers can be used with companion dimmers for
full dimming control of the lights from 4 or
more locations.
phase control
A common method of dimming that removes part of
the line cycle, therefore reducing the RMS voltage.
power factor
Ratio of the average power delivered to the lamp
ballast system to the product of voltage and current
(the ratio of the average power to the VA). This shows
how effectively available power is being used.
Power Factor = Input power
Line voltage x line current
radio frequency interference (RFI)
Electrical noise that may be picked up by sensitive
audio and radio equipment. Lutron builds filters into
every control and ballast to reduce this noise. Also
called electromagnetic interference (EMI). See filter.
rapid-start lamp
A class of fluorescent lamps having filaments which
must be constantly heated by an external circuit.
source
Refers to the type of lamp, (e.g., fluorescent,
incandescent, low voltage, HID, etc.).
For a more detailed glossary of terms, go to www.lutron.com/glossaryofterms.
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relative system efficacy (RSE)
Relative system efficacy is a metric used to rank
ballast and lamp efficacy. It is used almost exclusively
to describe dimming ballast efficacy and uses
lamp rated efficacy to normalize Ballast Efficacy
Factor (BEF).
Ballast factor
Total rated
RSE =
x
lamp power
Ballast input power
square law dimming
Dimming with a direct correlation between the
position of the slider and the perceived light level
(e.g., if the slider is halfway down the travel, the
perceived light level is 50%). With Square Law
Dimming, gradual movement of the linear slider
results in a proportional change in the perceived
light level–allowing for easy, precise adjustment of
the light level setting.
total harmonic distortion (THD)
The total amount of current at frequencies other than
60 Hz (the main frequency), expressed as a percent
of the 60 Hz current. No power is delivered to the
load by current at these other frequencies.
UL listed
Indicates that the product has been evaluated and
undergoes continual assessment by Underwriters
Laboratories Inc. to comply with safety standards
established by Underwriters Laboratories Inc.
3-way dimming
3-Way dimming control (as opposed to singlepole or multi-location control) allows dimming from
one location only (using a 3-way dimmer) and on/
off switching from a second location (using a
3-way switch or companion/accessory dimmer).
T4
A compact fluorescent lamp which has a diameter
of 1/2" (12.7 mm).
T5
A fluorescent lamp which has a diameter
of 5/8" (15.9 mm).
T8
A fluorescent lamp which has a diameter
of 1" (25.4 mm).
T5 HO
A fluorescent lamp which has a diameter of 5/8”
(15.9 mm) and delivers high lumen output.
T5 twin-tube
A fluorescent lamp which has a diameter of 5/8”
(15.9 mm) and is bent in a U-shape.
For a more detailed glossary of terms, go to www.lutron.com/glossaryofterms.
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