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Balast BVA 80

Balast BVA 80

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This type of ballast was found on the public lighting installations in Romania in the 1980s. This ballast was also mounted on NARVA NA50 (Being the first sodium light bulbs in Romania) sodium light bulbs with the same manufacturer's igniter (NARVA).

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Manufacturer:The Cinescope Factory - ELECTROFAR
Model Reference:BVA 80
Lamp
Lamp Type:Mercur and Sodium type
Fixture
Fixture Type:Tronconic type
Electrical
Wattage:80
Voltage:220/50hz
Current:0,8
Physical/Production
Dimensions:L=9cm,l=7cm,h=9cm, 2kg
Factory Location:Romania
Assembly Line:Electrofar
Fabrication Date:1980
Application/Use:Public lighting

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