Product family features
  • Supply voltage: 220…240 V
  • Line voltage: 198…264 V
  • Line frequency: 0 Hz | 50 Hz | 60 Hz
  • Lamp start with optimum filament preheating
  • Energy Efficiency Index EEI: A2 BAT
  • Automatic shutdown of defective lamps and at end of life (EoL)
  • Lamp operation: to EN 60929
  • Safety: to EN 61347-2-3
Product family benefits
  • Long lamp life
  • No adverse effect from frequent on/off switching
  • Automatic restart after lamp replacement
  • Perfect lamp start for applications with motion sensors
  • Separate installations thanks to optional cable clamp for K2 and K3 casings
  • VDE/VDE EMC certified system


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Data sheet
31.0 mm No 50000 h 103.0 mm 67.0 mm

Information about Family

The QUICKTRONIC electronic control gear (ECG) for T5 circular lamps has an energy efficiency index of A2 BAT and gives you the reassurance of automatic lamp shutdown in the event of unit defect or failure. You can use it in emergency lighting systems in accordance with EN 50172 / DIN VDE 0108-100 and it is good for office lighting, public buildings, corridors and storage rooms, with luminaires of protection class I. An optional cable clamp is available for use with K2 and K3 casings that permits separate installations, and QUICKTRONIC gives you perfect lamp start for applications with motion sensors. It suffers no harm from frequent on / off switching and automatically restarts after lamp replacement.
Areas of application
  • Emergency lighting systems acc. to EN 50172 / DIN VDE 0108-100
  • Open-plan offices, corridors and storage rooms
  • Public buildings
  • Suitable for luminaires of protection class I
Ecodesign regulation information:
Separate control gear and light sources must be disposed of at certified disposal companies in accordance with Directive 2012/19/EU (WEEE) in the EU and with Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment (WEEE) Regulations 2013 in the UK. For this purpose, collection points for recycling centres and take-back systems (CRSO) are available from retailers or private disposal companies, which accept separate control gear and light sources free of charge. In this way, raw materials are conserved and materials are recycled.