US Energy Sciences VPT-033204 3 Lamp T8 4 Ft 4' Vaportight Fluorescent Light Fixture with Frosted Lens
This 4' vaportight fixture was designed to deliver high quality light in harsh environments including cold, wet area lighting, and partially covered outside lighting. It comes with either a white, specular, or mirror MIRO4 aluminum reflector to increase fixture light output. This three-lamp VPT fixture includes a normal power electronic ballast and a frosted lens.
One piece, fiber glass-reinforced polyester (FRP) housing. Closed neoprene lens gasket and injection molded celcor cam-action latchees. All painted metal parts are pretreated with a phosphate bonding process and post painted with an electrostatically applied high temperature baked white enamel for superior quality and durability.
Energy saving and electronic Class P, CBM/ETL certified HPF ballast comply with Federal Energy Efficiency Standards; Underwriters Laboratories listed.
• Damp Locations
• Parking Garages
• Food Processing Plants
• Closed Neoprene Lens Gasket
• Impact Resistant
• Insect Resistant
• Stainless Steel Latches
• 10 Year White Aluminum Reflector Warranty
• 25 Year Specular/MIRO4 Reflector Warranty
• ETL Certified
• Designed for surface or chain mounting
• Quarter turn reflector design for easy, tool-free ballast access
• Fixture body is fiberglass, gasket enclosed UV-resistant reinforced polyester with aluminum strip channel
• Poured in place gasket
• Stainless steel latches
• Twist-lock snap in lamp holders
• Frosted style lens
End mounted sensors available
• NSF Certified
• ETL Certified
Metal Halide [HID] Equivalent150 Watt HID
Mounting Height14 - 18 Feet
Type of AreaHangers & Storage, Parking Garage
CertificationsEnergy Star, ETL Listed, IP65 / IP66 / IP67, Made in America, NSF
Number of Lamps3 Lamp
ManufacturerUS Energy Sciences
Manufacturer's Warranty1 Year
Weight Each12.00 lbs
Ballast Start TypeInstant Start
Fixture Type1 x 4 Ft - New Fixture
Fixture Length4 Feet / 48 Inches
Bulb TypeLinear Tube
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