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What is an Ignitor?


An ignitor is a ballast component. The ignitor is responsible for starting the bulb in sodium systems.


How Does an Ignitor Work?


The ignitor generates a brief, high voltage pulse train to break down the gas between electrodes. This component may be built in to the ballast, or it may operate as an external ignitor.


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