I have no idea. I suggest you contact Robertson Customer Service. They are very knowledgeable and helpful. That's what I did.
Yes, the IEA432T8120N is the correct replacement if your fixture has (4) F32T8, F25T8 or F17T8 lamps.
Yes, that will work. Also, make sure the existing socket make a good tight connection with lamp pins.
I do not know the unit you have BUT this unit ID for four lamps, T8 (32 watts) so it is a good bet it does. I replaced four T12s and an old style ballast with this unit and four T8s.
This ballast should work on any 4 lamp 120-277 volt fixture that houses t 8 lamps. It is rapid start.
Yes. This ballast will work with T8 LED lamps, however the T8 LED lamps must be compatible for use with a ballast.
If you're asking about using this T8 ballast on the older T12 lamps then the answer is yes, it will work. However, it will shorten the life of your ballast big time. Your best bet is to buy 8 T8 tombstones (2 for each lamp) and replace your T12 tombstones and lamps. This is a fairly simple task and will save on electricity too!
Featured as part of the Philips Advance Centium line of smaller ballasts, the ICN-4P32-N model replaces the ICN-4P32-SC. This –N model has the same wiring and mounting footprint as the –SC ballasts but is contained in a reduced width and height. In addition to being good for new lighting fixture designs that require smaller ballasts, Centium ballasts are a great choice when undertaking retrofit projects in the commercial sector. This ballast also replaces the REL-4P32-SC model. The Philips Advance ICN-4P32-N Electronic Ballast also works with other lamp styles including F32T8, F25T8, F17T8 and U-Bend T8s.
Believe it's made for 4 foot lamps
As long as you have a (T-12) 2 bulb fixture and wire to the configuration on the ballast. I wired two new fixtures and they worked perfectly.
Yes that is the exact replacement from the manufacturer.
Not so sure I can say I love a ballast but considering that these were less expensive than the local box store, conveniently delivered to my door, weigh much less and seem to work just fine in my dual lamp 96" T12 fixtures, I am pleased.
Yes. I used it for a 1-lamp T12 fixture. See the wiring diagram in the pictures. It has a note that says "for 1 lamp application, cap yellow leads separately and insulate to 600v". This is what I did and it works great. There is also a 1-lamp version (ROBERTSON 3P20162) that I didn't see before ordering this one.
Sorry, I don’t have a clue. I replace the 4 foot fluorescent light in my garage with this ballast, and that was about a year ago and it’s working fine.
The old ballast on my 10 foot high garage ceiling lasted 14 years and faded away. I found the new one to be easy to install although it was a stretch. I used a paper clip as an aid in the removal of the wiring from the old ballast. My assistant (the wife) handed me the necessary tools and encouraged me not to fall from the ladder. I followed the instructions which came with the new ballast and, of course, those coming from my assistant.…