Welcome to the Ballasts!
There are a lot of different ballast types such as electronic ballast, inductance ballast and so on. This page lists the different ballast types which are described on apogee with their own applications, characteristics and construction.
Ballasts are used in a wide variety of applications which are described on Apogee. This category contains pages explaining various ballasts applications.
Ballast is a device used with an electric-discharge lamp to obtain the necessary circuit conditions (voltage, current and waveform) for starting and operation. All fluorescent and HID light sources require a ballast for proper operation. Dimming ballasts are special ballasts which, when used together with a dimmer, will vary the light output of a lamp.
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I IntroductionThe ballast has become an important additional device in the gas discharge light source circuit. Because most gas discharge lamps are made using arc discharge characteristics and have negative characteristics (also known as negative resistance characteristics) where the voltage decreas...
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CategoryⅠ IntroductionⅡ Electronic Ballast Circuit Diagram Research Application 2.1 Overview 2.2 Circuit Structure of High Performance Electronic Ballast 2.2.1 Power Factor Correction Circuit 2.2.2 Inverter Circuit2.2.3 Lam...
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I. Overview1.1 Definition of Inductance Ballast A device that is connected between a power supply and one or more discharge lamps. Its main function is to limit the lamp current to the desired value by a combination of inductance, capacitance or inductance and capacitance. The device can be constru...
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Ⅰ IntroductionElectronic ballast, a type of ballast resistor, refers to an electronic device that uses electronic technology to drive an electric light source to produce the desired illumination. Another type of ballast resistor which corresponds to this is an inductive ballast. Nowadays, fluorescen...