Medium base (E26, E27) up to 175W P/N X900
- Base: Medium E26
- Wattage: 35W – 150W
- Lamp Types: Metal Halide, High Pressure Sodium, Mercury Vapor
Simply screw in and turn on power! Internal lamps indicate if the starter (ignitor) or the ballast need replacement. Suitable for H.I.D. ballast circuit with a starter. Can be used on: High Pressure sodium, Metal halide and mercury Vapor. Check starting pulse voltage and open circuit voltage. Take the headache out of troubleshooting your HID ballast. Tester determines which component is faulty. Used by electricians and contractors all over the world. Includes carrying pouch.Save time, save money, save headaches!
Instructions are printed right on the fixture testers:
- 1. Make sure power is off
- 2. Screw tester into base lampholder and turn power on
- 3. The tester checks the starting pulse voltage and the open circuit voltage (OCV) of the ballast
- 4. Lamp 1 blinks–OK, Lamp 1 does not blink–check starter
- 5. Lamp 2 lights–OK, Lamp 2 does not light–check ballast
|Set Product as New to Date||No|
|Usually Ships||1 to 2 days|
|Country of Origin||USA|
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