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IR 20/2/11 IR 1 ---- Type T2 (2/8Dia) Typical Applications LCD backlighting, and accent lighting T5 (5/8Dia) Accent lighting, and Low profile lighting T8 (8/8Dia) General Purpose Lighting (T12 replacement type) T12 (12/8Dia) As for T8 Circline CFL

20/2/11 Picture General purpose lighting Commercial and residential lighting, replacement for incandescent IR 2 ----HID Type Metal Halide 20/2/11 Picture Typical Applications Auto headlamps/ Projection systems SOX Street Lighting HPS Street Lighting Metalarc General purpose Lighting IR

3 (CE, ENEC) IEC61000-3-2 (CE): EN60928: EN60929: ( ) EN55015, EN50022: ( ) EN60924: EN60925: EN61547: : 30000 , 3 10000 : , / / : 20/2/11 IR 4 30% T5 CFL : , , ,

20/2/11 IR 5 IR 20/2/11 IR 6 EMI PFC Line

UVLO IR21571 20/2/11 IR 7 V lamp Start 20/2/11 I = IPH, V = VPH V = VIGN PH IGN IR V = VRUN time RUN DIM

8 HO LO VS VBUS HO IL VS LO time VIN VIN ILph, ILign ILrun 0 For Half-Bridge VIN = VBUS/2 20/2/11 IR t 9

L Vin R C VIN , R , L C 20/2/11 IR 10 Vout Vin High-Q Low-Q Ignition Run Preheat fr(LQ) fr(HQ) Frequency : Q (R ) : Q (R )

20/2/11 IR 11 V lamp I = I PH V = V PH V = V IGN V = V RUN time f RUN 40 KH Z

( ) f PH f IGN 10 KH z VPH VPH I IGN I max max ) ( /MOSFET ) I CATHRUN I CATH 20/2/11 IR ( ) max ( 12 20/2/11 IR 13

20/2/11 IR 14 Preheat, and Ignition Ramp with 2 lamps crossed 20/2/11 IR 15 (CS pin) no over-current, inductor saturation, damage or destruct half-bridge Mosfets High-Q High-Q Low-Q Vout Vin Ignition

Run Preheat Preheat frequency VS ! IL 20/2/11 IR 16 (CS pin) no hard switching at half-bridge which would damage or destruct power Mosfet High-Q Low-Q Ignition VS Run Preheat IS1 fr(LQ) fr(HQ)

VS IS2 ! IL 20/2/11 IR 17 (CS pin) early detection of load fault High-Q High-Q Low-Q Ignition Run Ignition Preheat Run fr(LQ) fr(HQ) Preheat fr(HQ)

VS VS IL IS1 IL 20/2/11 IR ! 18 (CS pin) no hard switching for load fault High-Q High-Q Low-Q Low-Q Ignition Run Ignition Preheat Run Preheat

fr(LQ) fr(LQ) fr(HQ) fr(HQ) ! 20/2/11 IR 19 no over-heating of lamp filaments. Glass can melt and fall out of fixture. High current spikes in the half-bridge which can damage and destroy power Mosfet 2V in A 1 Mohm 660 Kohm 0V CRES 100nF A SD in the SD pin REOL4

100pF 2V Inside the IR2167 SD pin Voltage 3V 3V 3V 3V 2V 2V 2V 2V 1V 1V 1V 1V Lamp Voltage Vspec + 30% Vspec

0V Vspec + 30% 0V 0V 0V -Vspec - 30% -Vspec - 30% Vspec = VpK in the spec of the lamp 20/2/11 IR 20 (SD pin) VBUS + Lamp exchange and restart without re-setting mains voltage 2V VCC LRES:B CH1 1M CRES

1N4148 680K 1M SD 0.47uF LRES:C CH2 Lamp can extinguish and remain unlit. Entire room will be dark after a brown-out occurs. 20/2/11 IR 21 IR IC IR215x . IR215x 600V . IR2153: IR2151 . IR2156: , . IR21571: . IR21592/3: . IR2166 PFC 30% IR2167: , , PFC 20/2/11

IR 22 IR IR2153 20/2/11 IR 23 IR2153--- IC RT VB R HV LEVEL SHIFT + R R/2 CT R/2 + - R Q

S Q DEAD TIME Q PULSE FILTER R HO S PULSE GEN VS VCC 15.6V + LOGIC DEAD TIME DELAY UV DETECT LO

COM di/dt . CT 600V . CMOS . . 20/2/11 IR 24 IR2153 di/dt IR2153 di/dt di/dt di/dt . di/dt EMC . , di/dt . 20/2/11 IR 25 IR2153 Vcc VccUV+ IR2153 , Vcc VccUV- IR2153 .

20/2/11 IR 26 IR2153 IC IC Vcc

IR IR2156 20/2/11 IR 30 IR2156 20/2/11 . . . . . . . . Vcc 15.6V . (150uA).).

ESD . IR 31 IR2156 20/2/11 IR 32 E M I F ilte r R e c tifie r PFC O u tp u t S ta g e Lam p O u tp u t S ta g e L p L in e C o n t r o lle r H a lf- B r id g e D r iv e r

C P re h e a t F e e d b a c k L a m p P re s e n c e O v e r-C u rre n t 20/2/11 LC . . IC . IR 33 IR2156 20/2/11 IR 34 IR2156 20/2/11 IR 35 IR2156

20/2/11 IR 36 , . . , 4.5:1, 4:1 : , . . , . 20/2/11 IR 37 IR2156 20/2/11 IR 38 Big Voltage

20/2/11 IR 39 IR2156 Big Voltage . 20/2/11 IR 40 IR2156 ----DC DC VDC DC VDC 10.9V CPH P MOSFET S4 DC DC RBUS RVDC CPH DC DC IC 20/2/11

IR 41 IR2156 20/2/11 IR 42 IR2156 Compact ballast Linear Ballast 20/2/11 IR 43 IR IR21571 20/2/11 IR 44 IR21571

20/2/11 - 600V VCC 15.6V IR 45 IR21571 3.0 V VDC 1 S

R 5.1 V Q LEVEL SHIFT Q PULSE FILTER & LATCH 1.0uA CPH 2 14 VB 16 HO 15 VS 12 VCC

10 LO 11 COM 9 CS 7.6V 5.1 V RPH 3 RT 4 RUN S 4.0V 4.0 V Q R1 R2 2.0V

Q T Q R Q I RT 15.6 V 2.0V 5 I CT = I CT 6 DT 7 Q RT D 0.2 V CLK Q

S Q R Q R 1.0 V SD 8 2.0 V 20/2/11 UNDERVOLTAGE DETECT OVERTEMP DETECT IR 46 IR21571 + Rectified AC Line +V BUS R VDC

CPH PH RPH C R C START IGN R R T R C PH RUN START T RT RUN CT

R DT DT SD 16 2 3 4 5 15 IR2157 C 1 14 13 12 6 11 7 10 8

9 Supply HO VS VB N/C R C GHS C D C BOOT 20/2/11 BUS RES C SNUBBER R

SNUBBER C VCC RES LO CS R GLS R V L BS VCC COM BLOCK CS return IR 47

IR21571 Power Turned On UVLO Mode 1 / 2 -Bridge Off I QCC 150 C PH = 0V Oscillator Off VCC > 11.4V and VDC > 5.1V and SD < 1.7V and T J < 175C SD > 2.0V (Lamp Removal) or VCC < 9.5V (Power Turned Off) FA).ULT Mode Fault Latch Set 1 / -Bridge Off 2 I QCC 150 CPH = 0V VCC = 15.6V Oscillator Off T J > 175C (Over-Temperature)

A CS > 1.0V (Failure to Strike Lamp or Hard Switching) or T J > 175C (Over-Temperature) CS > 1.0V (Over-Current or Hard Switching) or CS < 0.2V (No-Load or Below Resonance) or T J > 175C (Over-Temperature) 20/2/11 A (UV+) (Bus OK) (Lamp OK) (T jmax ) VCC < 9.5V (VCC Fault or Power Down) or VDC < 3.0V (dc Bus/ac Line Fault or Power Down) or

SD > 2.0V (Lamp Fault or Lamp Removal) PREHEA).T Mode 1 / -Bridge @ f 2 C PH Charging @ I RPH = 0V RUN = Open Circuit CS Disabled PH =1 PH A CPH > 4.0V (End of PREHEAT Mode) IGNITION RA).MP Mode f PH ramps to f C PH Charging @ I RPH = Open Circuit RUN = Open Circuit CS 1V Threshold Enabled MIN PH =1 A CPH > 5.1V

(End of IGNITION RAMP) RUN Mode f M IN Ramps to f C PH Charges to 7.6V Clamp RPH = Open Circuit RUN = 0V CS 0.2V Threshold Enabled R UN IR 48 IR21571 20/2/11 IR 49 IR21571 20/2/11 IR 50 IR

IR21592 20/2/11 IR 51 IR21592 20/2/11 0.5V 5V VCC

IR 52 (+) (+) DC Bus DC Bus (-) (-) 1) 20/2/11 2) IR 53 -60.0 -65.0

Phase [degrees] -70.0 -75.0 -80.0 -85.0 -90.0 0 5 10 15 20 25 30 Lamp Pow er [Watts] , 20/2/11 IR 54

IR21592 400 PH/IGN 20 Vin 350 10% 300 50% 250 10 Iin ph/ign Iin run 0 100% 150 100 -10 PH/IGN 50

10% 50% -20 0 Phase [deg] Magnitude [dB] 200 0 t n run n ph/ign -50 100% -30 -100 5 10 15 20 25 30

35 40 45 50 Frequency [kHz] 20/2/11 IR 55 IR21592 VCO 15A). VCO 20/2/11 IR 56 IR21592 20/2/11

IR 57 IR21592 ---- MOSFET IGBT IC LO 400ns 20/2/11 IR 58 IR21592 ---- MA).X 20/2/11 IR 59 IR21592 1% 100%

20/2/11 IR 60 IR21592 20/2/11 IR 61 IR IR2166 IC 20/2/11 IR 62 - IC - . - 40% ( ). - 40W PFC - PFC . - 26W . T5

- T5 - . 20/2/11 IR 63 : - - PFC THD - 20/2/11 IR 64 IC PFC IC 2 IC - IC (IR2156, UBA).2021/2) + PFC IC (ST6560) 3 IC - + (IR2104) + PFC IC (ST6560) PFC 8 - IR2166 4 - -

- 20/2/11 IR 65 IR PFC PFC IC PFC 9 EXISTING L2 R8 D2 R1 L1 L R4 RV1 N C2 D1 R2

BR1 R5 - 1 - 4 - 1 - 3 C8 GND C1 R7 1 8 2 7 Conventional 3 6 PFC C3 C5 4 R9

C6 M1 C7 5 R6 R3 C4 R10 L2 IR PFC METHOD R8 D2 L1 L R4 RV1 N C2 BR1 R5 C8

GND C1 R9 M1 IR PFC C3 C5 R6 Part of IR2166 20/2/11 IR 66 IR PFC PFC IC 415 DC BUS (V) 410 IR2166 PFC IC 405 400 395 390 90

110 130 150 170 190 210 230 250 Line Voltage (V) PFC : PFC PFC PF THD 20/2/11 IR 67 IR2166 PFC ( DC ) : 0 Toff (+) PFC MOSFET .

Ton DPFC LPFC DC Bus + MPFC CBUS (-) ( , ) 20/2/11 IR 68 THD PF PFC IC 22 1 20 0.99 IR2166

PFC IC 16 Power Factor THD (%) 18 14 12 IR2166 10 0.98 0.97 0.96 PFC IC 0.95 8 0.94 6 90 110 130

150 170 190 210 230 250 90 110 130 150 170 190 210 230 250 Line Voltage (V) Line Voltage (V) Up to 5% improvement in THD 20/2/11

IR Better PF at all voltages 69 IR PFC RUN signal FAULT signal (from ballast control section) (from ballast control section) VBUS 11 VCC 4.0V 4.3V 12 GMhi COMP 9 S 4.0V

Q S Q R Q R1 WATCHDOG TIMER R2 Q 4.0V PFC S Q R Q S Q R1 R2 Q ZX 10 2.0V

7.6V THD 4 20/2/11 IR 70 I in d u c to r 0 P F C p in 0 Z X p in 0 n e a r p e a k r e g io n o f r e c t if ie d A C lin e n e a r z e r o c r o s s in g r e g io n o f r e c tif ie d A C lin e ( TON THD 20/2/11 IR

71 IR PFC IR2166/2167 35W 1 16 14 0.99 THD THD (%) 12 0.98 10 0.97 8 PF 6 0.96 0.95 BUS

(x100V) 4 2 80 100 120 140 160 180 200 220 240 260 Line Voltage (V) Note: IR2166 demo board results, EMI filter to add to fulfill THD requirements EN61000-3-2 20/2/11 IR 72 IR2166 and IR2167 PFC IR 4 PF 20/2/11 IR 73 2V 1 Mohm 660 Kohm CRES

470nF SD REOL4 470pF Inside the IR2166/IR2167 SD 2V . . SD ( 2V ) 1V 3V , . 20/2/11 IR 74 PFC THD PF 20/2/11 IR 75

IR2166 IC : : 30 DC 250/400mA IR 16

(80-260 VAC) - Items in red are unique value drivers 20/2/11 IR 76 IR PFC - 0.99 PF and <10% THD! White Line Input Voltage Blue Line Current Current Green Line Input Voltage Blue Line Current Ballast with 35W load with no PFC IR2166 Ballast with 35W load 120VA).C input 120VA).C input Power Factor = 0.55 THD = 128% 20/2/11 Power Factor = 0.99 THD < 10% IR

77 Odd Harmonic Distortion Comparison of the IR2166 Vs. Standard EN6100-3-2 Class C 30 % Distortion 25 20 IR2166 EN standard 15 10 220V 5 0 3 5 7 9 11 13 15 17 19 21 23 25 27 29 31 33 35 Harmonic Number 20/2/11 IR 78 ?

POWER TURNED ON Power Turned Off Lamp Removal FAULT Failure to Strike Over-Current Hard Switching No load End of Lamp Life 20/2/11 UVLO PREHEAT IGNITION RUN IR VCC Fault DC Bus Fault AC Line Fault Power down Lamp Fault Lamp Removal 79 IR2166 20/2/11

IR 80 IR2166 ? 1 CPH 6 RPH 4 RT 3 CT 5 VCC Timing Oscillator Soft Start UnderVoltage Detect High Side And Low Side

Driver PFC Fault Logic SD 11 20/2/11 12 15 HO 14 VS 16 VB 13 LO 9 PFC 2 VBUS 8

ZX 7 CS IR 10 COM 81 IRPLLNR4 DPFC LPFC RBUS L F1 RSUPPLY RV1 RVDC C1 L1

N CVDC BR1 VBUS CBUS CPH CPH RT CY 2 3 RT RPH C2 4 RPH CT CT CCOMP1 RZX COMP ZX

PFC DCOMP 16 5 6 15 IR2166 GND 1 7 14 RHO 13 12 11 9 RDC MHS LRES VS

VB CBOOT CDC CCOMP2 MLS DBOOT 10 8 HO DCP2 CSNUB VCC CVCC1 REOL1 CVCC2 COM REOL2 RLO LO SD RPU

RLIM CS REOL3 DCP1 DSD CRES RSD IC BALLAST CEOL CCS CSD1 CSD2 RCS REOL4 RPFC MPFC Note: Thick traces represent high-frequency, high-current paths. Lead lengths should be minimized to avoid high-frequency noise problems 47

20/2/11 IR 82 IC DPFC LPFC:A R6 R1 RSUPPLY LPFC:B F1 L RVDC R3 RV1 C1 L1 N DBOOT D1 R2

BR1 DCP2 LRES:A R4 CBUS GND CY C4 8 2 7 1 NC VB 14 2 VCC HO 13

3 VDC VS 12 4 RT LO 11 RLIM3 L6561 CH1 R7 CVCC1 CVCC2 MPFC 6 RPH 4 RBUS C3

LRES:B MHS C5 R5 3 RMULT CDC CBOOT RHO 5 RT IC PFC RS CVDC 5 RPH 6 7 CPH CT IR2156

C2 1 RLIM2 RLO MLS CSNUB CRES RLIM1 CS 10 CT SD 9 CPH COM 8 DCP1 RSD IC BALLAST CSD CCS

RCS LRES:C RPU CH2 Note: Thick traces represent high-frequency, high-current paths. Lead lengths should be minimized to avoid high-frequency noise problems 60 20/2/11 IR 83 IRPLLNR4 DPFC LPFC RBUS RVDC C1 L1 CVDC VBUS N BR1

CPH CBUS CPH RT CY CT CT CCOMP1 RZX COMP ZX PFC 3 4 5 6 14 13 12 11 7 10 8

9 MHS VS RDC CBOOT VB DBOOT VCC COM LRES:A DCP2 LRES:B CDC CSNUB CVCC2 C2 RPH 15 CVCC1

RPH 2 RHO HO CCOMP2 GND 16 IR2166 RT 1 LO RLO CS RLIM CH1 REOL1 RV1 MLS CRES

RPU DSD SD RSD REOL2 F1 DCP1 REOL3 L RSUPPLY IC BALLAST DCOMP CSD2 RCS CSD1 LRES:C CEOL CH2 REOL4 CCS RPFC MPFC Note: Thick traces represent high-frequency, high-current paths. Lead

lengths should be minimized to avoid high-frequency noise problems 20/2/11 IR 84 IR 3 30% PF THD PFC IR IR 20/2/11 IR 85 IR IR2167 20/2/11 IR 86 IR2167

20/2/11 IC PFC VCC 15.6V (150uA).) IR 87 IR2167

20/2/11 IR 88 IR2167 20/2/11 IR 89 IC 20/2/11 IR 90 IR2161 20/2/11

EMI (150uA).) ( ) IR 91 IR2161 8 DIP-SOIC MOSFET ( ) 20/2/11 IR 92 /

DC 20/2/11 IR 93 3 IR2161 C3 R2 T1 R5 R3 L1 C1 R1 VDR R4 PTC D1- 4

C2 D8 R10 TR1 C7 C6 D6 TR1 D5 R6 TR1 T2 R12 D9 TR2 C8 C9 C4 R7 T3 D7 C5

20/2/11 R8 IR R9 R11 C10 94 IR2161 IR2161 R1 R5 R2 C3 C8 D6 C12 VCC L1 C5 C1 COM

CSD C2 D5 2 3 CS 4 8 IR2161 C4 D1 - 4 1 7 6 5 T1 VB HO VS C7 TR1 LO T2 C10

C11 C9 R4 R6 R3 C6 20/2/11 IR 95 IR IR 38 29 20/2/11 IR 96 IR2161 20/2/11

IR 97 IR2161 Pin Assignments VCC 1 CSD 3 CS 4 20/2/11 IR2161 COM 2 8 VB Pin # Symbol 1 VCC Supply Voltage 2 IC Power & Signal Ground Shutdown Timing and Compensation Capacitor 4 COM CSD CS

5 LO Low-Side Gate Driver Output 6 VS High-Side Floating Return 7 HO High-Side Gate Driver Output 8 VB High-Side Gate Driver Floating Supply 3* 7 HO 6 VS 5 LO Description Current Sensing Input IR 98

IR2161 POWER TURNED ON Power Turned Off UVLO FAULT Over Temperature External Shutdown Circuit Fault SOFT START VOLTAGE COMPENSATION Short Circuit or Over Load AUTO RESETTING FAULT 20/2/11 VCC Fault AC Line Fault Power down Auto restart Timeout Phase cut dimming PHASE CUT DIMMING IR 99

20/2/11 IR 100 : , : CSD 20/2/11 IR 101 AV = 12.5 CS 20/2/11

CSD IR 102 IC 20/2/11 IR 103 8 CFL IC CFL! 20/2/11 IR 104

20/2/11 PTC IR 105 8 CFL IC 20/2/11 +600V

0-5V (150uA).) VCC 15.6V SO-8 DIP8 IR 106 8 CFL IC Pin Assignments 20/2/11 1 COM 2 VCO 3 FMIN 4 8 IR2XXX VCC

VB 7 HO 6 VS 5 LO Pin # Symbol Description 1 VCC Supply Voltage 2 COM IC Power & Signal Ground 3 VCO Voltage controled oscillator input 4 FMIN

Minimum frequency setting 5 LO Low-Side Gate Driver Output 6 VS High-Side Floating Return 7 HO High-Side Gate Driver Output 8 VB High-Side Gate Driver Floating Supply IR 107 8 CFL IC VCC 1 COM

2 VCO 3 FMIN 4 Integrated Bootstrap Diode Voltage Controlled Oscillator Fault Logic Adaptive ZVS & MCS 20/2/11 IR High Side And Low Side Driver 8 VB

7 HO 6 VS 5 LO VS Sensing 108 8 IC fosc Crest Factor Protection Magnitude [dB] f Start Ignition Run Start fIgnition fRun

t Frequency [KHz] 20/2/11 preheat IR ignition run 109 8 CFL IC POWER TURNED ON Power Turned Off UVLO FAULT Failure to Strike Over-Current Hard Switching Open Filaments No load 20/2/11 FREQUENCY SWEEP ADAPTIVE RUN

IR VCC Fault Power Turned Off 110 V BUS (+ ) D C P1 VC C D BO O T 1 C VC C 8 1 5 .6 V C O M 2 VC O 3 VB

M 1 H O 7 OO VCO C VC O H a lf B r id g e D r iv e r VS C BO O T 6 5 H a lf B r id g e O u tp u t IL O AD C CP LO M 2 F M IN 4 R F M IN

F a u lt L o g ic VS S e n s in g D C P2 Load R e tu rn VB U S (-) 20/2/11 IR 111 Traces: Top Lamp Voltage Bottom VCO pin Voltage 20/2/11 IR 112 ZVMCS V BUS (+ )

D C P1 VC C C V C C 1 C O M 2 D BO O T OO VC O OO 7 H a lf B r id g e D r iv e r H a lf B r id g e O u tp u t C BO O T 6 IL O AD C C P

LO M 2 VS S e n s in g VB U S (-) 20/2/11 VS 5 F a u lt L o g ic A d a p t iv e ZVM C S L o g ic M 1 H O 1 5 .6 V C VC O VC O 3 8 VB IR

D C P2 Load R e tu rn 113 Traces: Top (VS) Bottom MOSFET , 120VA).C 20/2/11 , 90VA).C IR 114 VBUS Crest Factor > 4 HO IL VS LO VIN 20/2/11 IR

115 (CS pin) no over-current, inductor saturation, damage or destruct half-bridge Mosfets High-Q High-Q Low-Q Vout Vin Ignition Run Preheat Preheat frequency VS ! IL 20/2/11 IR 116 (CS pin) High-Q

Low-Q Ignition VS Run Preheat IS1 fr(LQ) fr(HQ) VS IS2 ! IL 20/2/11 IR 117 L1 C2 RSUPPLY DCP1 BR CFL LAMP

CVCC COM 2 F1 CVCO VCO 3 RFMIN FMIN 4 VB 8 IR2XXX C1 VCC 1 HO 7 VS 6 LO 5 M1 LRES CBOOT CCP

CRES M2 DCP2 C3 18 ! 20/2/11 IR 118 8 IC 20/2/11 CFL MOSFET

8 IR 119 Pin = 34W, Vign = 1600Vppk, Vph = 600Vppk, tph = 1sec Lres = 2mH, Cres = 8.2nF 20/2/11 IR 120 IR di/dt EMC / , 20/2/11 IR 121 IR

IR IR 20/2/11 IR 122 IC IR2153 IR21531 Programmability Preheat Time Preheat Frequency Preheat Current Run Frequency Deadtime Features Over-current Protection Under-current Protection Failure to Strike Open Filament Below Resonance Protection Brownout Protection Automatic Re-start Thermal Overload Protection Shutdown Pin Programmable Over Current Threshold Dimming Interface Ignition Detection Fault Counter End of Life Protection

Integration PFC Package SIP or DIP & SOIC 20/2/11 IR2156 IR21571 IR2159 IR21592 IR21593 IR2166 IR2167

8 Pins

14 Pins 16 Pins IR 16 Pins 16 Pins 16 Pins 20 Pins 123 Reference Design

IRPLCFL2 IRPLCFL3 IRPLLNR2E IRPLLNR2U IRPLLNR3 IRPLDIM1E IRPLDIM1U IRPLDIM2E IRPLDIM2U IRPLLNR4 Ballast IC Description IR2156 IR2156 IR21571 IR21571 IR2167 IR2159/92 IR2159/92 IR2159/92 42W, Single, Compact Lighting Ballast, 110/220VAC. 25W, Single, Dimmable Compact Lighting Ballast, 110VAC. Linear Lighting Ballast, European Version, 230VAC, 36W/T8 lamp. Linear Lighting Ballast, US Version, 120VAC, 32W/T8 lamp. Linear Lighting Ballast, Universal Input 80-260VAC, 35W/28WT5 lamp. Dimming Lighting Ballast, European Version, 230VAC, 36W/T8 lamp. Dimming Lighting Ballast, US Version, 120VAC, 32W/T8 lamp. Digital Dimming (DALI) Lighting Ballast, European Version, 230VAC, 32W/T8 lamp. IR2159/92 IR2166 Digital Dimming (DALI) lighting Ballast, US Version, 120VAC, 32W/T8 lamp.

Linear Lighting Ballast, Universal Input 80-260VAC, 35W/28WT5 lamp. PCB PCB www.irf.com/lighting . 20/2/11 IR 124 IR IR2156, IR21592/21593, IR21571, IR2167&IR2166 2001 20/2/11 IR 125 IR : 20/2/11 WWW.IRF.COM IR 126

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