Moore UL/DLC LED Glass Tube T8 With options:
TYPE A (Ballast Driven)
TYPE B (Ballast Bypass/Direct Wire)
TYPE A+B(Ballast Driven or Ballast Bypass/Direct Wire)
2ft / 600mm
3ft / 900mm
4ft / 1200mm
4ft / 1200mm
WHICH ONE IS RIGHT FOR YOU?
•When upfront cost is your top priority
•If your existing system (ballasts) are relatively new (less than 10 years old)
•You don’t want to invest a lot in a leased property but want to reduce your electric bill.
•If you want the ability to switch back to the original Linear Fluorescent or CFL lamps.
•When you want the lowest cost of ownership
•If your existing ballasts are effectively at the end of their life (10 years or greater) or you’re experiencing significant failures
•When you don’t want to worry about ballast compatibility, for example a large installation will have a variety of ballast types/brands, and all in different life cycles
•When you don’t want to rely on an electrician to repair your lights in the future. With the ballast removed, you only replace the lamps during maintenance, you eliminated the ballast.
•When you want to eliminate the ballast.
•When you’re buying an “LED Ready” fixture
•When you want no chance someone will re-lamp with the old technology.
Last but not least, there’s the hybrid option or “Type A/B”. This type of LED can work off the existing fluorescent ballast or line voltage if the fixture is rewired to bypass the ballast. This is a good option when you aren't sure of the useful life remaining on your ballasts. Hybrid A/B lamps give you the flexibility to do a plug and play installation, and simply remove ballasts from the system as they fail.