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RHB series

Fluorescent Emergency Ballasts 

 RHB Fluorescent Emergency Ballasts

In the event of a power failure, the RHB Series fluorescent emergency ballast takes over from the AC ballast and operates 1 or 2 lamps at a reduced lumen output.

Emergency ballasts must provide battery power for a minimum of 90 minutes, and must power the lamps to provide at least 1 Foot Candle of illumination on the floor. Emergency ballasts allow the same fixture to be used for both normal and emergency operation. All Commercial and Government buildings in the US are required by law to provide emergency lighting in the path of egress. Life Safety Code NFPA 101, UL924

See List for Title 20 certified/registered products 

Contact factory for additional items not shown. We can cross competitors discontinued products.

Product Features Data Sheets

3500 Lumens, Self Diagnostic &  Test

1 & 4 lamp Operation

Spec Contact factory
BAL3000TD 3500 Lumens, 1 & 2 lamp operation Spec Contact factory

1400 Lumens

Self Diagnostic & Test

Spec Contact factory

RHB1402 (is being replaced - contact factory for availability)

BAL1400ACTD (New Product to replace RHB1402) 

1400 Lumens, 1- 2 T8 linear lamps

RHB1402 Spec

BAL1400ACTD Spec

RHB1402 Instructions

BAL1400ACTD Instructions

RHB1301LP 1300 Lumens, 1 lamp T5, T8 and long compact -Low Profile Spec Instructions
RHB831LP 800 Lumens, 1 lamp T5, T8 and long compact- Low Profile Spec Instructions
RHB701 700 Lumens, 1 T8 & T12 lamp Spec Instructions
RHB501 500 Lumens, 1 T8 & T12 lamp Spec Instructions


replaces RHB751C

750 Lumens, 4 pin Compact and long compact Lamps Spec Contact factory

Fluorescent Emergency Ballast for use in California

Contact factory for Specifications


BAL1400TD-CEC (T8)


BAL1400C-4ACTD-CEC (w Conduit) 

BALT5-800TD-CEC ( T8 & Low Profile)

700 lumens

1400 lumens

1400 lumens

1400 lumens

800 lumens

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RHB Series Selection Guide