Long-lasting, reliable solution

HID-HeavyDuty BSN semi-parallel for SON/CDO/MH/HPI

HID-HeavyDuty BSN semi-parallel for SON/CDO/MH/HPI

HID-HeavyDuty BSN semi-parallel for SON/CDO/MH/HPI

  • Long-lasting, reliable solution

    • Excellent resistance to chemical impact, humid conditions and environmental stress crack
    • Long-lasting reliable solution – outstanding product lifetime of 15 years average
    • Minimal watt losses thanks to orthocyclic winding process
    • Control gear can be installed remotely

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Encapsulated electromagnetic copper/iron ballasts for use with an external semi-parallel ignitor for CDM, CDO, MH, HPI (Plus) and SON lamps

Features

Encapsulated with thermoplastic polyester resin, reinforced with glass fiber
Equipped with screw terminal blocks as standard; insert contacts available upon request
Ballasts for alternative mains voltages/frequencies available upon request
Separate earth terminal (HID ‘Heavy Duty’)

System

Electromagnetic system requires ballast, ignitor and capacitor
Semi-parallel circuit: if ballasts with “L” in their description (e.g. BSN 100 L307…) are used, SN(D)… ignitors are required; if ballasts with “K” in their description (e.g. BSN 100 K307…) are used, SK(D)… ignitors are required. Capacitor value to match system power can be found on lamp/ballast combination sheet
Series circuit: all ballasts are designed to work with series ignitors
No ignitor needed for SON-I lamps

Applications

Outdoor lighting (most popular application: road and tunnel lighting)
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