Cost-effective dimming for fluorescent lighting

Published:  08 April, 2008

Hamilton Litestat

Hamilton Litestat has added to its GridIt wiring-accessories a 1 to 10 V grid module for use with analogue regulated fluorescent ballasts. This manually operated high-frequency ballast controller provides an effective and economical way to dim fluorescent lamps.

Each dimmer is installed with a suitably rated 2-way grid switch to switch and control up to 20 A.

Another addition to the GridIt range is a 0 to 10 V DC control for use with Hamilton’s dimming system range. This control is used with Hamilton’s analogue remote-mounted dimmer packs to offer an economic solution for dimming loads up to 5 kW.

These modules are designed for fitting into 35 mm metal wall boxes.

For more information on this story, click here: April 08, 108

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