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- ItemIndustrial Fluorescent Fixture
- Fixture TypeGeneral Purpose Standard Series
- Lamp Quantity4
- Lamp TypeF32T8
- Fixture Wattage113
- Lamp Watts32
- Description/Special FeaturesElectronic Ballast, Tandem
- Ambient Temp. Range0 to 104 Degrees F
- Housing FinishHigh Gloss, Baked White Enamel
- Lamp IncludedNo
- MountingIndividually or in a Row, Direct to Surface or Suspended
- Reflector TypeApertured
- Ballast Quantity1
- Ballast TypeElectronic
- Channel ConnectorCombination Screw On Endplate/Channel Connector
- Channel Width9"
- Suggested Lamp Item No.2ETU3
- Match CodeB,E
- StandardsClass P, HPF, Non PCB, UL Listed and CSA Certified
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