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Track lighting and recessed lighting fixtures add a contemporary look to an office, restaurant or retail space. Use recessed lighting to illuminate areas big or small while taking advantage of can light fixtures that don't steal the spotlight; install recessed trim for an attractive, flush finish. Or find a flexible track light option that creates an artful look with precise light reflection, and choose from fixture styles including gimbal, flatback, and universal. For contemporary recessed and track lighting, come to Grainger.

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What are the options to convert current flourescent lighting fixtures (2' x 4') to a LED fixture?
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We need more information about your installation to give you specific part numbers. However, Grainger is currently offering 3 potential options that may work based on the information you have given. On Grainger.com, in the search box enter “LED Recessed Troffers”, “LED Light Panels” and “LED Lamps”. In the last search, refine the lamp type to T8. Also, for the last search, you will need to change the sockets in your fixture to Grainger number 3zk88. Please contact your sales representative, local branch or call us at 1-800-323-0620, so we can further assist with your project.

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To answer your question accurately, we need more information. “Easy to do” depends on your skill level. There may be some options with your current installation. Please call us at 800-323-0620 so we can discuss your project.

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I'm replacing a current track light component with 5TP75 which I believe would support my needs. My question--Since the ceiling is low in the area in which I am installing the track and fixtures, what is the total length of the fixture in a 90 degree vertical position.
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According to the manufacturer, the 5TP75 measures 152mm or 5.98" from the back side of the transformer where it makes contact with the track to the bottom of the fixture with the lamp pointing straight down.

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