Use these starters and capacitors in your lighting system to seamlessly turn on lights in your work area.
Use a starter, also known as an ignitor, to help prevent burnout and damage to your fluorescent bulbs while also reducing light flickering by creating the electrical voltage necessary to quickly ignite the gas in the tube.
Create the required initial voltage necessary to start your HID lamp with these starters.
High Pressure Sodium
By storing electrical energy to regulate the current going to the lamp, capacitors prevent HID lamps from flickering during use.