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Fixture, Roadway, 400W, Prismatic Glass Len

GE LIGHTING

Price: $712.00 / each

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  • Item # 18N219
  • Mfr. Model # MSCL40E0A21GMC3382
  • UNSPSC # 39111603
  • Catalog Page # 714
  • Shipping Weight 33.0 lbs.
Country of Origin USACountry of Origin is subject to change.

Technical Specs

  • ItemRoadway Light
  • Lamp TypePMH-EE
  • Lamp Watts400
  • Voltage120-277
  • Lens TypePrismatic Glass Len
  • Description/Special FeaturesPrismatic Glass Len
  • Housing MaterialDie-cast Aluminum Ballast
  • Housing FinishPolyester Powder Gray
  • NEMA Light DistributionM-C-III
  • MountingUniversal 2 or 4-bolt Slipfitter
  • Suggested Lamp Item No.3APK4
  • Suggested Photocell Item No.5U793
  • IncludesIntegral Surge Protection
  • Lamp IncludedYes
  • Length31-13/16"
  • Width15-1/8"
  • Height14-7/16"
  • SeriesMSCL

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