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Electronic Timer, Astronomic/Programmable, Number of Channels 1, Number of Poles 2, Contact Form DPST, Voltage 120-277, Amps 40, HP @ 120V 1, HP @ 240V 2, Max. On/Off Cycles 20, Min. Time Setting 1 min., Max. Time Setting 24 hr./7 Days, Operation Mode 7 Days, NEMA Rating 3R, Enclosure Plastic Indoor/Outdoor, Color Tan, Backup Time 100 hr., Operating Temp. -40 to 149 F, Length (In.) 8-5/16, Depth (In.) 3-1/16, Width (In.) 5-1/16
 

I have been looking for an outdoor lighting control with at least six seasonal pre-set modes.

I was told that an astronomical timer would be a good solution. How does that work?
According to the manufacturer, the astronomic function adjusts the dusk and dawn times based off of a latitude that you will select from a provided chart. So as the days get longer, your lights would automatically come on earlier and/or stay on later and vise versa for when the days get shorter; all done automatically to maximize energy efficiency.

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3 weeks, 1 day ago
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Battery, Battery Type Nickel Cadmium, Voltage 1.2, Battery Capacity 1.2Ah, For Use With 1THX8, 3XE32, 3BA32, 3BA33, Height 1-21/32 In., Width 45/64 In., Depth 45/64 In., Recharge Time 16 Hours, Rechargeable Up To 3 to 4 Years, Terminal Connection Plug AMP, Terminal Type Plug, AMP, Includes Wire Harnesses, AH, AMP Plug
 

wire connector lengh

Needing to know how long the wire connector is from battery to plastic pin connector? 4", 5" or 6" inches long? On the Exit sign we use, the battery is mounted at the top, wire runs along the side and connects to the leads at the bottom. Appx, 5 1//2" inches run.
This battery is designed for use in specific fixtures. Please call us at 1-800-Grainger with the manufacturer and model number of the battery and/or the fixture, so we can locate the proper battery for your fixture.

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3 weeks, 2 days ago
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Dock Light Replacement Head, For Use With 24K343, Lamp Type LED, Lamp Watts 16, Voltage 120, Lamp Included Yes, Lighthead Material Aluminum, Reflector Material Plated Plastic, Finish Powder Coated, Switch Type Push Button, Cord Length 16 ft., Standards CSA
 

Replacement Lens

I am looking for a replacement glass lens for your dock light # 2K347.
Can you tell me how to order?
According to the manufacturer, there are no replacement lenses available for this fixture.

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3 weeks, 2 days ago
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Emergency Light, Input Voltage 120/277, Watts @ 90 Minutes 16, Lamp Watts 8, Output Voltage 6VDC, Width 4-3/4 In., Length 11-5/8 In., Height 7-7/8 In., Lamp Type Incandescent, Housing Material 18 ga. Steel, Housing Color Tan, Battery Type Lead Calcium, Number of Lamps 2, Head Lamps Adjustable Yes, Mounting Wall, Operating Temp. Range 16 to 32 Degrees C, Optional Guard 4PG68, Includes Ready/Charge Lamp, Push Button, Warranty 3 yr.
 

Is this Emergency LIghting Unit Weather resistant?

According to the manufacturer, this fixture is not weather resistant. It's designed for indoor use only.

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3 weeks, 2 days ago
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LED Lamp, Non-Dimmable, Lamp Type Post Top, Base Type Medium Screw (E26), 45 Watts, Voltage 120-277, Outdoor, Initial Lumens 3850, Color Temp. 5700K, CRI 80, Average Life 50,000 hr., Light Color Daylight, Max. Overall Length 9.3 In., Lamp Dia. 3.25 In., Beam Angle 360 Degrees , Lamp Designation LED/45W/5700K, Energy Star Compliant No, Standards Meets 2012 Lighting Legislation Energy Standards
 

Can this bulb be mounted upside down?

I have seen similiar bulbs like this design which have a built in cooling fan. I was wondering if it could be mounted upside down, 180 degrees, with base up, in an enclosed fixture without causing heating issues. Could it be mounted with the screw base 90 degrees in an enclosed fixture without causing heating problems?
According to the manufacturer, there are no mounting orientation restrictions for this lamp.

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3 weeks, 3 days ago
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Wiring Duct, Narrow Slot, Adhesive Mount, Color Gray, Width (In.) 1-1/4, Depth (In.) 1.12, Standard Length (Ft.) 6, Material of Construction Lead Free PVC, 1.26, 1.06, -, -, -, -, -, -, Standards NFPA-79-2007, UL94 V-0, Package Quantity 1
 

Can this duct be used for electrical cable?

According to the manufacturer, this duct is intended for electrical wires and cables.

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3 weeks, 3 days ago
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Mini Mag-Lite, Lamp Type Incandescent, Battery Size AA, Number of Batteries 2, Batteries Included Yes, Battery Burn Time 5.25 hr., Length 5-3/4 In., Diameter 1 In., 2200 Candle Power, 12 Lumens, Lamp Life 30K hr., Body Color Camo, Body Material Aluminum, Switch Type 1/2 Twist, Lens Material Polycarbonate, Impact Resistance Not Specified, Light Output 12 lm, Light Output Modes Spot to Flood, Water Penetration Rating Not Specified, Includes Flashlight, Battery
 

How do we replace batteries

According to the manufacturer, the tail endcap unscrews, exposing the batteries.

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3 weeks, 3 days ago
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I want to replace outlets in wall underneath kitchen cabinets with an undermount outlet. I have seen a wedge shaped devise with multiple outlets to b

be hardwired . Do you carry such a power strip?
Unfortunately Grainger does not currently stock an angled outlet strip that is designed for under cabinet use.

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3 weeks, 4 days ago
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Fuse, 3 Fuse Amps, Nonindicating, AGC Series, 250VAC Voltage Rating, Fast Acting, Single Element, Body Material Glass, Nonrejection, Body Style Cylindrical, Interrupt Rating 200A at 250VAC, 10KA at 125VAC, Length 1-1/4 In., Diameter 1/4 In., Functionally Equal To Ferraz/Gould GGC, Littelfuse 312, Standards CE, UL 248-14 Guide JDYX, CSA Certification Class 1422-01, Package Quantity 5
 

looking for glass 3amp/ 250vac with dimples on each end. The regular 3amp fuses which are flat on the ends will not work.

Is there any way to check these before I buy them. I use them for a dash camera and the company that I bought it from doesn't supply them. They will sell me another power cord for 20.00 though.
We believe you are looking for the Axial Lead version of this fuse, but need more information to verify that. Please call us at 1-800-Grainger to discuss your fuse in greater detail.

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3 weeks, 4 days ago
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HID Ballast Kit with Lamp, Lamp Type Metal Halide, Lamp Watts 400, ANSI Code M59, Input Watts 460, Input Voltage 120/208/240/277/480, Ballast Type Core and Coil, Ballast Family HID Magnetic, Number of Lamps 1, -20 Degrees F Min. Starting Temp., Hz 60, Operating Amps @ 120V 4.1, Operating Amps @ 208V 2.3, Operating Amps @ 240V 2, Operating Amps @ 277V 1.7, Operating Amps @ 480V 1, Insulation Class H, Thermal Protection No, Length 4-3/4 In., Width 2-3/16 In., Height 4-1/4 In.
 

will this kit work on old grainger part # 5KF36

According to the manufacturer, that ballast is correct for that fixture.

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