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Standard Series Fluorescent Fixture, Apertured Reflector Type, 32W Lamp Watts
- Item # 3XY87
- Mfr. Model # TLA 2 32 MVOLT1/4GEB10IS
- UNSPSC # 39111501
- Catalog Page # 684
- Shipping Weight 18.27 lbs.
- Item Standard Series Fluorescent Fixture
- Lamp Quantity 4
- Lamp Type F32T8
- Lamp Watts 32W
- Fixture Wattage 113W
- Voltage 120 to 277VAC
- Ballast Type Electronic
- Ambient Temp. Range 0 Degrees to 104 Degrees F
- Length 96"
- Width 12"
- Height 4"
- Lamp Included / Lamp Not Included Lamp Not Included
- Suggested Lamp Item No. Mfr. No. F28T8/XL/SPX41/ECO
- Reflector Type Apertured
- Housing Finish High Gloss Baked White Enamel
- Mounting Individually or in a Row, Direct to Surface or Suspended
- Ballast Quantity 1
- Channel Connector Screw On Endplate
- Channel Width 9"
- Description/Special Features Tandem
- Standards Class P, HPF, Non PCB, UL Listed and CSA Certified
- Series TLA
- Manufacturers Warranty Length 1 yr. Limited Warranty
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