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Emergency Light, Voltage - Emergency Lighting and Exit Signs 120/277, Lamp Watts - Emergency Lighting and Exit Signs 9.0, Light Technology Krypton, Housing Material - Emergency Lighting and Exit Signs Plastic, Housing Color - Emergency Lighting and Exit Signs White, Battery Chemistry Lead Calcium, Number of Lamp Heads 2, Emergency Illumination Time - Emergency Lighting and Exit Signs 90 min., Watts @ 90 Minutes 54, Output Voltage 6VDC, Width 5-7/8 In., Length 12-3/4 In., Height 7 In.
 

Does this light have remote head capability?

According to the manufacturer, this fixture has the capacity for 36 watts of remote lighting capacity.

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2 years ago
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Control Transformer, VA Rating 1.5kVA, Input Voltage 240/480VAC, Output Voltage 120VAC, 80 Degrees C Temp. Rise, Fused Yes, 50/60 Hz, Transformer Type Encapsulated, 1 Phase, Mounting Panel, Enclosure Finish No Finish, Height 7.18 In., Depth 8.11 In., Width 6.75 In., Standards UL 506 Listed, cUL Listed, CSA Approved, NEMA, ANSI Requirements, CE Marking, Includes 2-Pole Class In.CC In. Fuse Block, Manufacturers Warranty Length 3 yr.
 

is this 3 phase for the 480v input side of transformer

I need a transformer to take 480 vac 3phase step down to 120 vac
There are no three phase to single phase transformers. This transformer will use two legs from your three phase 480v input and provide you with 120v on the output.

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2 years ago
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LED Lamp, Bulb Shape A19, Dimmable No, Glass Bulb Housing, Bulb Base Type Medium Screw (E26), 8.5 to 9.5 Watts, Wattage Equivalency 60W INC/13 to 15W CFL, Bulb Color Temp. 2700K, LED, Light Appearance 2700 to 2999K, Soft White, Average Bulb Life 10,000 hr., Color Rendering Index 80, Bulb Type Standard, Lumens 800, Voltage 120, Max. Overall Bulb Length 4-19/64 In.
 

Are these lamps rated for use in an enclosed fixture?

According to the manufacturer, this lamp is not rated for use in an enclosed fixture.

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2 years ago
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LED High Bay, 18,000 Lumens, Number of Light Bars 4, Space to Mtg. Height Ratio 5 to 4, Color Temp. 5000K, CRI 80, Length 12-3/4 In., Width 19 In., Height 27-1/2 In., Voltage 120 to 277, 200 Watts, Lumens Per Watt 90.0, Temp. Range -4 Degrees to 122 Degrees F, Rated Life 50,000 hr., Standards UL,CUL,ROHS,DLC, Includes Hook, Warranty 7 yr., Light Distribution General
 

What mounting hardware is included? What is required to mount?

is this 1/2" or 3/4" threaded for nipple or hooks?
According to the manufacturer, this fixture comes with a 3/4" hub to go on to an existing conduit or hook.

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LED Lamp, Bulb Shape Cylindrical, Dimmable Yes, Polycarbonate Bulb Housing, Bulb Base Type Mogul Screw (E39), 60 Watts, Wattage Equivalency 250W HPS/250W MH, Bulb Color Temp. 4200K, LED, Light Appearance 4000 to 4999K, Cool White, Average Bulb Life 50,000 hr., Color Rendering Index 86.2, Bulb Type High Output, Bulb Beam Angle 360 Degrees , Lumens 5807, Voltage 120-277, Max. Overall Bulb Length 10-1/2 In., Light Bulb Dia. 3-59/64 In.
 

Does this work on supply voltage by bypassing the ballast?

Is there a need for the MH ballast to be operational?
According to the manufacturer, the existing ballast should be bypassed when installing this lamp.

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One-Hole Lug Compression Connector, Gauge 4/0, Stud Size 3/8 In., Connection Material Copper, Connection Type Crimp, Color Yellow, Standards UL Listed, cUL Listed, Includes Fasteners
 

What Crimpers are recommended to crimp this connector?

We broke our ROTO-CRIMP tool trying to crimp this terminal. We had it set correctly to the 4/0 setting.. The crimper is a P/N 600850.
Please consider Grainger item number 2FEG1 for the crimper.

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2 years ago
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Channel Strip Fluorescent Fixtures, F48T12HO Lamp Type, Lamp Quantity 2, 110 Lamp Watts, Heavy-Duty Fixture Type, 125 Fixture Wattage, 120-277 Voltage, Electronic Ballast Type, Ballast Quantity 1, -20 to 104 Degrees F Ambient Temp. Range, Suggested Lamp Item No. 3V443, Description/Special Features Electronic Ballast, End Caps Yes, Individual Or Row, Surface Or Suspended Mounting, High Gloss, Baked White Enamel Housing Finish, Metal Gauge 20, No Lamp Included, 48 In. Length, 4-3/8 In. Width
 

Are the bulbs included in this unit price, and are the bulbs the push in bayonet type, or the twist it?

According to the manufacturer, the lamps are not included with this fixture. The suggested lamps are Philips item code 23679-4 with a description of F48T8/TL841/HO/Alto. These lamps will have recessed double contact type base; the standard for high output lamps.

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2 years ago
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Modular Plug, Connector Type RJ45, Connector Application Networking, Duplex, T568 Standard Yes, Cable Type Cat5, Cat5e, Wire Type Solid, Number of Contacts 8, Number of Positions 8, Color Clear, Package Quantity 100
 

Are these (or any of your) RJ45 passthrough connectors?

Some RJ45 connectors allow the wire to stick out the end of the connector. They are cut flush by the crimper when the connector is crimped. This is what I am looking for.
According to the manufacturer, the wires terminate in an "insert", then get cut flush. That assembly is then installed in the connector body. There are holes in the front of the connector, so the wires will stick out the front if left long.

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2 years ago
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Electronic Ballast, Ballast Type Electronic, Ballast Start Type Rapid, Ballast Lamp Type T12, Ballast Family ProLine(TM), Ballast Max. Number of Lamps 2, Ballast Voltage 120/277, Light Output Normal, Min. Starting Temp. 50 Degrees F, Amps AC 0.63 to 0.13, Input Watts 28 to 75, Ballast Max. Lamp Watts 40, Ballast Dimming No, Ballast Factor 0.87, Power Factor Greater Than 0.98, Total Harmonic Distortion Less Than 10 Percent, Length 9-1/2 In., Width 1-3/16 In., Height 1-5/16 In.
 

Can this be used with F96T12 75watt bulb?

According to the manufacturer, this ballast is not intended for 8' lamps. Please consider Grainger item number 4PRX4 for your installation.

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2 years ago
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 High Output Magnetic Ballast, 2 Number of Lamps, 120 Voltage
High Output Magnetic Ballast, 2 Number of Lamps, 120 Voltage
Ballast, Ballast Type High Output Magnetic, Start Type Rapid, Input Watts 248, Voltage 120, Min. Starting Temp. -20 Degrees F, Ballast Factor 0.84, Power Factor 0.98, Light Output High, Total Harmonic Distortion Less Than 50 Percent, Length 21-1/16 In., Width 3-3/4 In., Height 3 In., Number of Lamps 2
 

Will this work on a two 4ft T12 lamp?

This ballast is not a good choice for your lamps. We do need to clarify the lamps you are trying to light. If you are using 34w or 40w lamps, a better ballast choice is either 4FZN3 or 4PRX3. If your lamps are high output, Grainger item number 35XR86 is a better choice. Please call us at 1-800-Grainger so we can discuss this in greater detail with you.

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2 years ago
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