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      Premium-quality glow switches range for igniting conventional electromagnetic fluorescent lamps


      Premium quality ensures trouble-free operation
      Low maintenance costs through extremely low early replacement levels
      Secure, safe and fast lamp ignition according to IEC 155 international standard
      The world’s only starters with no radioactive material inside the glow switch while maintaining high quality performance; patented technology avoids hazardous substances in the manufacturing and recycling phases
      Flame-retardant components for additional safety
      Redesigned canister top for easy installation; either with a screwdriver or through improved grip


      2-pin ignitor in plastic (flame-retardant polycarbonate) canister with radio‑interference suppression capacitor
      S2 starters for ignition of low-voltage fluorescent TL lamps and series/single application in high voltage for lower wattages (4 - 22W)
      S10 starters for ignition of high-voltage fluorescent TL lamps for higher wattages (4 - 65W)
      Premium reliability with less than 100 early failures per million (<100 p.p.m.)
      Reliable starting behaviour and lifetime
      Do not contain hazardous radioactive isotopes for activating the glow switch
      The shape of the canister is designed for a better grip while installing and replacing the starter


      Starter replacement recommended when replacing fluorescent lamps


      Used in conventional electromagnetic fluorescent lamp systems
      S2 starters for LV applications and low-wattage HV applications (4 - 22W), both single and in series
      S10 starters for HV applications (4 - 65W) in single application
      S10 starters recommended for 18W HV single application
      Starter replacement recommended together with fluorescent lamp replacement
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