Keystone program start T8 ballasts are designed specifically to be used with numerous types of occupancy sensors. Maximize your energy savings by combining our program start T8 ballasts with occupancy sensors for applications such as high bay, corridor, and stairwell lighting, as well as other environments controlled by motion, ultrasonic, or daylight sensors.
Keystone’s superior ballasts make us a leader in the field of energy efficiency. Our program start T8 ballasts have earned the prestigious NEMA Premium mark and are qualified by the Consortium for Energy Efficiency (CEE) for the highest levels in energy efficiency.
Keystone’s program start lamp ignition provides an extremely quick yet lamp-friendly start-up for any T8 lamp system.
Decrease maintenance costs and hassles associated with series lamp operation. The key benefit to Keystone’s parallel lamp operation is that if one lamp fails, all other lamps will remain fully powered. Furthermore, there is no need to power down the fixture to replace any lamps.
Keystone’s program start systems are proven to dramatically extend lamp life versus traditional instant start ballasts. This is especially true in frequently switched environments, whereby the system is switched on and off more than five times per day.
Keystone’s program start ballasts are designed for use in the most energy-efficient systems utilizing the latest in lamp technology. All of our program start T8 ballasts are optimized for use with full output as well as the newest watt-saver T8 lamps, including the latest 25W and 28W F32T8 versions.
By choosing Keystone’s program start T8 ballasts, you can instantly qualify for lucrative rebate programs through most local utility and government incentives.
Ideal for Applications That Utilize Occupancy Sensors:
|• Conference Rooms||• Stairwells||• Warehouses|
|• Classrooms||• Bathrooms||• Storage Facilities|
|• Closets||• Offices|
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Extended lamp life claim based on comparison between standard instant start and Keystone’s program start ballasts, when T8 lamps are turned on (cycled) once per hour.