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Electronic Ballast for wall sconce - what to replace with

Posted by emma823 (My Page) on
Wed, Sep 28, 11 at 23:52

I bought a wall sconce online that had it's ballast removed (yes, im not happy about it), and now I need to replace it so that I don't have to pay another $300 for another lamp. Can someone please help me figure out what the appropriate replacement is? I cannot find the same item for sale anywhere. It also seems like the output voltage is incorrect (made in China).

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RE: Electronic Ballast for wall sconce - what to replace with

The ballast type must match the lamp type and quantity. If you know what lamp it is supposed to be then search for its match and don't be concerned about brand of ballast.
The input voltage of 120V is correct for USA residential lighting circuits. Output is what the lamp requires.

Write down everything the lamp says.

RE: Electronic Ballast for wall sconce - what to replace with

14W T5 lamp (1) 120v 600v output. Rapid start electronic ballast. .

Power side wire - 1 black, 1 white

Lamp side wires - 1 red, 1 green, 1 black, 1 white.

I tried google but wasn't able to find exact match.

RE: Electronic Ballast for wall sconce - what to replace with

How about the following 1.pdf

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