Ballast: Metal Halide 200-250W 85-265V AC / 120V-350V DC bipolar

The ballast is intended to drive the following lamp types:

OSRAM HSD 200/60, HSD 250/60, HSD 250/78, according to OSRAM FO GL-61
Philips MSD 250, MSD250/2
General Electric CSD250/2 SE

According to constant power operation with maximum lamp current limit there are similar lamp types of various lamp manufacturers that are suitable.

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SKU: EB250HSD Category:

Input and General Specifications*:

  • Input Voltage: Universal input 85 V – 264 V AC RMS, 45 Hz – 80 Hz,
    • 120 V – 350 V DC bipolar
  • Input Current (85 V Line): Max. 4 A during operat
  • Operating Temperature: -25 °C to 85 °C / Safety Switch 100 °C +/- 5 °C
    • Automatic restart at approx. 70 °C
  • Efficiency (85 V Line): > 88 %
  • Nominal Power Output PL : 200 W / 250W depending on lamp type
  • 150 W – 300W adjustable by factory and depending on voltage input.
  • Lamp Current Mode: Square wave, duty-cycle D = 50 %,
    •  Frequency f = approx. 150 Hz
  • Ignition:    External starter IG250UW
  • AC Mains Harmonics: According to EN 61000-3
  • Mechanical, Dimensions: Open frame with mounted PCB
    • 160 mm (L) x 100 mm (W) x 44 mm (H)

Cooling: Heat sink must be cooled by forced air flow or additional heat sink, losses depending on input voltage, lamp power and operating conditions.

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  • What type of light are you powering?
  • Is there a size requirement/constraint for the light?

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