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- ItemDust Resistant Fixture
- Lamp Quantity2
- Lamp TypeT8HO
- Lamp Watts44
- Fixture Wattage98W
- Voltage120 to 277
- Description/Special FeaturesCold Weather Ballast
- Lens TypeAcrylic
- Ballast TypeElectronic Program Start
- Ballast Quantity1
- Housing MaterialFiberglass
- Housing FinishHigh Gloss, Baked White Enamel
- Lamp IncludedNo
- Ambient Temp. Range-20 Degrees to 104 Degrees F
- StandardsUL, CSA, NOM Certified, FDA, USDA, NSF Compliant
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