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- ItemHID Fixture
- TypeHigh Bay
- Lamp TypeHPS
- Lamp Watts400
- Fixture Wattage465
- Space to Mtg. Height Ratio1.5
- Light DistributionAdjustable With Multi-Position Legs
- Refractor/Reflector MaterialAnodized Spun Aluminum
- Reflector TypeOpen
- Lamp IncludedNo
- Ambient Temp. Range-22 to 132 Degrees F
- Ballast HousingDie-Cast Aluminum Housing Suitable for Damp Locations
- Suggested Lamp Item No.2V453
- Fixture TypeHID High Bay
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