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    27 4 26 4.5 Norms and appr ovals O THER ASPECTS 5 5 1 EMERGENCY LIGHTING Most electronic ballasts ar e suitable for use in emergency lighting installations. Distinction must, how ev er , be made between centralised and decentralised emergency lighting. Pro vided the corr ect voltages are a pplied, electronic ballasts can be used in centralised inst[...]

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    SUPPOR T NEEDED? 29 5 28 5.2 HF ballasts and dimming MORE INFORMA TION OR 6 Readers who want further information or suppor t on installation aspects of HF electronic ballasts, ar e invited to contact their local Philips support office . Also , for further reading the following printed documentation is a vailable on request: • Application guide to[...]