When it comes to lighting solutions, it can be overwhelming trying to figure out which option is right for you. Once you have decided on the fixture, there are a few ways to make the lighting more effective. With our selection of ballast covers for industrial strip lighting fixtures, add some extra power to your solution.
Our ballast covers for industrial strip lighting fixtures come in a variety of options. While they all perform the task of improving illumination and visibility, they use different means and achieve different levels of these goals. We have ballasts that can accommodate a range of lengths from four foot to eight foot, as well as different lamp numbers, so you will be bale to find the one that is right for your lighting solution. The three types of ballast covers we offer for our industrial strip lighting fixtures include emergency, white, and a mirrored material called Miro-4. Each ballast has different capabilities and design elements. Even though they are different in both price and performance, the good news is that the installation process is always the same. It is an easy fix to add one of these ballast covers to a fixture with the use of quarter turns you will simply insert and turn until tightened.
The first option for a ballast cover is the emergency option. This option will help make sure that in the event of a power outage, you won’t lose complete illumination. The emergency ballast ensures that the backup lights will kick on if you lose power or the primary lights drop below half capacity. It will last for up to 90 minutes. The next option for a ballast cover is a basic white reflector. This is an affordable option that will help with the distribution of light by pushing it downwards to the floor. It has a reflectance rate of 87% which means 87 percent of the light is pushed to the floor. The final option costs slightly more than the white reflector option. It is the Miro-4 option that uses a mirrored material to push the light down to the floor. It has a reflectance rate of 90% which is slightly better than the white.
Regardless of the option, you choose these options will make your lighting more efficient and powerful. Find out more with our video.
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