Replacing magnetic ballast with electronic?

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Old 06-24-18, 07:01 PM
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Replacing magnetic ballast with electronic?

I have a 1950s Dazor fluorescent magnifier with three F6T5 bulbs and three 6 watt magnetic ballasts.
Can I replace these with an electronic ballast(s)? What am I looking for in wattage, amps or whatever else
I need to know? There are close to a million wires in there.

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Paul
 
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Old 06-24-18, 08:00 PM
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Yes.... there is an electronic ballast that will replace the old magnetic one but it may be more effective to convert the light to LED and send all the ballasts packing.

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Thanks, Pete. Sounds too easy. I'll read their instructions tomorrow.
 
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