light ballast

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an electrical device for starting and regulating fluorescent and discharge lamps


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The damage was contained to the light ballast, which cost $200, Burwell said.
The EVLB001 is a dimmable light ballast demo kit while the EVLB002 is a non-dimmable light ballast demo kit.
Vendor shall furnish, or arrange for furnishing, all labor, supervision, material, equipment, laboratory facilities, transportation vehicles, fuel, tolls, highway use taxes,insurance (including environmental liability insurance), spill prevention control and countermeasure equipment and materials and federal, state, and local permits, licenses, and other approvals necessary to manage the Waste from their point(s) of generation within New York State (including New York City) to the point(s) of ultimate disposition of all lamp and light ballast components.
This includes PCB-Containing Fluorescent Light Ballasts (FLBs) in School Buildings: A Guide for School Administrators and Maintenance Personnel, which provides detailed information on potential savings and funding options.
s (OTC BB: GBLL) patented daylight harvesting fluorescent light ballasts to be installed in State Systems' corporate headquarters and warehouse facility.
The agency reported it believes many schools built before 1979 have light ballasts containing PCBs.
Pole-top transformers and light ballasts have a reprieve until a later date, which has yet to be announced.
Using that system allowed Terex to eliminate not only the generator electronics, but also the light ballasts found oil virtually all light towers.
At a maximum, there are 250 million DEHP light ballasts currently in use in the United States, containing a total of about 15 million pounds of DEHP.
For the purposes of this contract, regulated materials is defined as, but not limited to: asbestos, lead, PCB light ballasts, universal waste lamps, PCB transformers, PCB caulking and refrigerants.
Before that they were used in fluorescent light ballasts, caulking and other products.
PCBs were banned in 1979, and while the district has not tested for their presence, leaders have had light ballasts that could contain them removed and are working with an environmental consultant to address potential problems at the 27 Worcester schools built or renovated while PCBs were in widespread use.
The project calls for the installation over the next three years of 55,000 intelligent street light ballasts that communicate over existing power lines using Echelon's power line technology.
Before that they were used in florescent light ballasts, caulking and other products.
Before that, they were used in fluorescent light ballasts, caulking and other products.