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LED Flat Panel, 4100K, 2x4,60L

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  • Item # 33H480
  • Mfr. Model # 33H480
  • UNSPSC # 39111515
  • Catalog Page # 688
  • Shipping Weight 24.97 lbs.
Country of Origin South KoreaCountry of Origin is subject to change.

Technical Specs

  • ItemLED Flat Panel
  • Color Temp.4100K
  • CRI84
  • Length47-7/8"
  • Width23-3/4"
  • Height4"
  • Lumens5150
  • Voltage120 to 277
  • Watts60
  • Lumens Per Watt85
  • Dimmable / Non-DimmableDimmable
  • Temp. Range-30 to 130 Degrees F
  • Rated Life50,000 hr.
  • StandardsETL/cETL, RoHS, Wet Location, Design Lights Consortium Certified
  • IncludesIntegrated Driver
  • Warranty5 Year
  • LED Replacement For4 Lamp LFL
  • Green Environmental AttributeProduct Contributes to Reducing Energy Consumption
  • Green Certification or Other RecognitionRoHS Compliant
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Compliance and Restrictions

  • Green Product - This item has been designated by the manufacturer as an environmentally preferable product (EPP) because this item is RoHS Compliant.

  • This product contains a chemical that is regulated under California Proposition 65.

    Warning: This product contains a chemical known to the State of California to cause cancer.

    Warning: This product contains a chemical known to the State of California to cause birth defects or other reproductive harm.


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I'm not sure what Kelvin to take. I have Philipins LED bulbs. they are yellow when off. they are 20 watts and 2700 Kelvin. They are very nice, but I don't like the yellow color. Now for my kitchen, I need to get the right kelvin, becuase I had a 1x4 LED fixture in there and the light really hurt my head. The led was 4000K and 60 watts. I was told that is was the size of the fixutre that hurt, becuase of those 60 watts and 4000K were in a 2x4 fixture, it would be less painful.
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This fixture has a 5150 lumen rating so will be roughly as bright as a 3 lamp lay-in style fluorescent fixture; typically found in commercial offices and strictly for reference purposes. So in a home installation, where the ceiling heights are typically only 8', yes, that is very bright. The 4000K is also a very white tone, also very commonly used in commercial office lighting. The 2700K tone is very similar to that of an incandescent lamp, which has more brown and red tones, by comparison to the 4000K. For your kitchen with white cabinets and brown floor, you might consider a 3500K color tone, typically considered a neutral tone. This tone won't be as harsh as the 4000K but will be whiter than the 2700K tone. For a lower wattage fixture, Grainger item 26JT47 is 35w and may still be well suited for your installation.

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