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30 Watt, 2'x4' Opalescent Recessed LED Fixture

SKU: OPS24GPW27A40ULAG | Ordering Code: OPS24GPW27A40ULAG

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Philips - Lightolier

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Light Output (Lumens)

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Cavity - White baked polyester enamel. Chassis - Black baked polyester enamel


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Color Temperature (Kelvin)

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5 years limited
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Philips-Lightolier 30 Watt, 2'x4' Opalescent Recessed LED fixture. 

Application:  Ideal replacement for anywhere an indoor 2'x4' fluorescent fixture is being used.

Other wattage/lumen output Opalescent fixtures are available.

  • Bold but simple 2 1/2" regressed frame with contoured lens
  • High light transmission frost white acrylic lens
  • Can provide 48 initial footcandles at 0.56 watts per square foot
  • Field replaceable LED array and drivers accessible from below
  • Integrated thermal management system conducts heat away from LEDs and transfers it to the surrounding environment
  • True mitered corner lens frame
  • Door jamb finished black on four sides for positiive light stop
  • Spring loaded rooster head latches
  • 18 guage steel hinges
  • Earthquake/hold-down clips
  • Construction to meet NYC Code Requirements or Chicago Plenum is available
  • Not for continuous row mounting
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