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    EM Ballast Fixtures

    norm 2x2 and same fixture with EM pack..do you labor the one with the em pack a little longer due to the extra term for the em pack...just curious

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    Is it switched and or dimmed in the same way the "normal" ones are?

    Will the fixture show up with the EM ballast pre-installed and you will only have to run a un-switched leg to the charging / sensing circuit?

    Does the charging LED need to be separately mounted?

    Generally, the answer is yes, it takes more to install the EM fixture.
    Ron

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    Quote Originally Posted by ron View Post
    Is it switched and or dimmed in the same way the "normal" ones are?

    Will the fixture show up with the EM ballast pre-installed and you will only have to run a un-switched leg to the charging / sensing circuit?

    Does the charging LED need to be separately mounted?

    Generally, the answer is yes, it takes more to install the EM fixture.

    Unswitched.
    Will show up with em ballast installed.
    Usually charging LED is part of light.

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    The branch circuit is the same single termination.
    Ron

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