This intelligent high-frequency electronic dimming ballast utilizes the DALI or Touch and Dim push-button protocol for fluorescent lamps. It meets A1BAT requirements, thereby pre-empting upcoming legislation. With a special command you can retrieve the system’s mains power consumption, and with another you can find out which lamp wattage is connected. Combined with controls, additional energy savings can be achieved.The ballast is primarily designed for indoor use. For outdoor use, the luminaire should be minimum ClassⅠand be sufficiently protected against water and dust. The installation should also be protected against lightning surges or any other electrical protection deemed necessary in this type of installation and application.
Extremely low stand-by losses, controlled cut-off for dim levels above 80%, hybrid control dimming (current control at 100% and power control at 1%) – combined with MASTER TL5 Eco the most energy-efficient solution
HF operation improves light quality and lamp lifetime.
Compliant with European and Asian norms and suitable for emergency lighting systems
HF-R Intelligent recognises what type of lamp (T5 HE, HO, ECO, TL-D, PL-L) is connected and drives it accordingly
Programmed start: flicker-free ignition < 1.0 second and striation-free operation, no stroboscopic effects. Preheating the lamp electrodes enables the lamps to be switched on and off without reducing life
Smart power ensures constant light, independent of mains fluctuations and dimming from 1 to 100%
Stop circuit is activated within 5 seconds in the event of lamp failure (safety stop), and ballast resets automatically after lamp replacement
Programmable for intelligent functionalities via Philips MultiOne: Corridor mode, Emergency DC dim level, Burn-in time
The HF-R intelligent recognises which type of lamp is connected and drives it accordingly
Extremely low energy consumption in stand-by mode (0.25 W)
HF-Ri TD in combination with MASTER TL5 Eco the most efficient system in the market
Indoor, general and task lighting applications in combination with lighting control systems (personal control, daylight linking and/or movement detection)