Elevating protection in recessed downlighting

Elevating protection in recessed downlighting
eHID Ballasts
e-Vision for 39W, 70W and
100W Metal Halide Lamps
Elevating protection in
recessed downlighting
Philips Advance e-Vision 39W, 70W and 100W ballasts for use
with self-heating thermal protectors represent a breakthrough
in recessed downlighting. With patented, self-heating thermal
protector circuitry, these ballasts offer closed-loop, auto lamp
shut-off technology. The e-Vision ballasts optimize lamp color
over life and reduce lamp-to-lamp variations.
Features
Benefits
•Incorporates dedicated 120V output designed for use
with self-heating thermal protectors
• Prevents operation of a fixture with a malfunctioning
self-heating thermal protector heating element and
prohibits ballast activity if the circuit is open or leads
are shorted
• Compact and lightweight housing (4.7" x 3.6" x 1.5")
• 90°C maximum case temperature rating
• IntelliVolt multiple-voltage technology (operates 120 to
277V, 50/60 Hz)
• Reduced size and weight of e-Vision system relative
to magnetic F-Can options, offering cost reduction
opportunities in componentry, shipping and storage
• Provides enhanced design flexibility
• Enables long life in high-temperature applications
Applications
• Retail, Commercial, Institutional
e-Vision 39W, 70W and 100W Electronic Ballasts
Ordering, Electrical and Technical Data
Lamp Data
Number
Watts
(Subject to change without notice)
Certifications
Input
Volts
Catalog
Number
Line
Current
(Amps)
Input
Power
ANSI
(Watts)
Max.
Case
Temp.
Wiring
Diag.
Fig.
Weight
(lb.)
Max.
Distance
to Lamp
(ft.)
39W Lamp, ANSI Code C130 Minimum Starting Temp. -20˚C/-4˚F
1
39
120
IMH-39-A-BLS-ID*
0.45
48
90˚C
5
B
1.7
6
39
277
IMH-39-A-BLS-ID*
0.18
47
90˚C
5
B
1.7
6
70W Lamp, ANSI Code C98/M98 or M143 or C139/M139, Minimum Starting Temp. -20˚C/-4˚F
1
70
120
IMH-70-A-BLS-ID*
70
277
IMH-70-A-BLS-ID*
4
4
0.72
86
90˚C
5
B
1.7
6
0.31
84
90˚C
5
B
1.7
6
100W Lamp, ANSI Code C90/M90 or M140, Minimum Starting Temp. -20˚C/-4˚F
1
100
120
IMH-100-A-BLS-ID*
100
277
IMH-100-A-BLS-ID*
4
4
0.96
115
90˚C
5
B
1.7
6
0.42
113
90˚C
5
B
1.7
6
*Use with any self heating thermal protector (insulation detector) having equivalent resistive value 5k to 25k ohm (4 wire versions only)
Installation Notes
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
Use with any Thermal Protector having equivalent resistive value 5,000 to 25,000 ohm (4 wire versions only).
Open Circuit voltage across ID output approx 280V AC.
Maximum allowable case temperature is 90°C.
Ignition pulse is 4,000V max.
Lead wires exiting can: 9.0" +3.0"/-2.0".
Ballast output will shutdown after 20 minutes if lamp fails to ignite.
Power must be cycled off – then on, after replacing lamp.
Suitable for recessed use. Do not install insulation above or within 3 inches of ballast sides.
Ballast will not operate lamp if self-heating thermal protector (insulation detector) is open circuited, absent or
short circuited or if resistance value falls outside of the 5,000 to 25,000 ohm range.
e-Vision 39W, 70W and 100W Electronic Ballasts
Ballast Thermal Measurement Location
Case temperature measurement locations differ with each ballast model and are designated on the individual ballast
labels. Consult ballast labels and ballast specification sheets for measurement locations.
Wiring Diagram
Dimensions
SELF HEATING
THERMAL PROTECTOR
BLACK
YELLOW
GRAY W/RED
COM
WHITE
PHILIPS
ADVANCE
120-277V
BALLAST
WITH
ID OUTPUT
Height
RED
8-32 X 1/4” Mounting Studs
h
ngt
Le
BLUE
gth
en
ll L
era
Ov
Mounting Width
120-277V
2.0
Mounting Length
BALLAST CASE MUST
BE GROUNDED
Diagram 8
Figure A
Case Figure
Overall Length
Case Length
Case Width
Case Height
Mounting Length
Mounting Width
A
140mm [5.5"]
120mm [4.7"]
92mm [3.6"]
38mm [1.5"]
132mm [5.2"]
73mm [2.9"]
e-Vision 39W, 70W and 100W Electronic Ballasts
Philips Advance Ballast Specifications
Section III - Regulatory Requirements
Section I - Physical Characteristics
3.0The electronic ballast shall meet the requirements
of the Federal Communications Commission rules
and regulations, Title 47 CFR part 18, for Non
Consumer equipment.
1.0 The electronic ballast shall be furnished with
integral, color-coded leads.
Section II - Performance Requirements
2.0The electronic ballast shall operate from a nominal
line voltage range of 120-277V, +/-10%, 50/60 Hz.
2.1 The electronic ballast input current shall have
Total Harmonic Distortion (THD) of less than 15%.
2.2 The electronic ballast shall have a Power Factor
greater than 90%.
2.3 The electronic ballast shall have a lamp end-of-life
detection and shutdown circuit.
2.4 The electronic ballast shall be Sound Rated A.
2.5 The electronic ballast output frequency to the
lamps shall be less than 200 Hz to prevent
acoustic resonance inside the lamp arc tube and
to minimize visible flicker.
2.6 The electronic ballast shall provide a “Lamp Current
Crest Factor” of less than 1.5.
2.7 The electronic ballast shall be thermally protected
to shut off when operating temperatures reach
unacceptable levels.
3.1 The electronic ballast shall be Underwriters
Laboratories (UL) Listed and CSA Certified
where applicable.
3.2 Ballast shall comply with ANSI C62.41 Category A
for transient protection.
Section IV - Other
4.0The electronic ballast shall not contain
Polychlorinated Biphenyl (PCB’s).
4.1 The electronic ballast shall carry a three-year
warranty from the date of manufacture for operation
at marked maximum case temperature or less. View
limited warranty at http://www.usa.lighting. philips.
com/connect/tools_literature/warranties.wpd for
details and restrictions.
4.2The manufacturer shall have a twenty-five year
history of producing HID lamp ballasts for the
North American market.
4.3The electronic ballast shall be produced in a factory
certified to ISO 9001 Quality System Standards.
2.8Ballast shall be required to only operate
when equipped with a 120V 4-wire self-heating
thermal protector.
2.9Ballast shall automatically shut down when
operating a malfunctioning self-heating thermal
protector and will prohibit operation if the thermal
protection circuit is open or if the leads are shorted.
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Philips reserves the right to make changes in specifications
and/or to discontinue any product at any time without notice
or obligation and will not be liable for any consequences
resulting from the use of this publication.
PAd-1450BN 09/14 philips.com/lighting
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Tel: 800-322-2086 Fax: 888-423-1882
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