Model # C 2 96 120 GEB

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Lithonia Lighting 2-Light White Ceiling Commercial Strip Fluorescent Light
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Lithonia Lighting

2-Light White Ceiling Commercial Strip Fluorescent Light

  • Can be surface mounted on the ceiling or chain suspended
  • Requires two 75-Watt T12 fluorescent bulbs (sold separately)
$39.96 /each

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The Lithonia Lighting 2-Light 8 ft. Fluorescent Strip Light can be chain suspended or surface mounted in unit or row installations. Designed around energy-efficient T12 fluorescent technology, this fixture was built for savings and performance. Light output is approximately equal to seven 100-Watt incandescent bulbs.

  • Energy-efficient T12 fluorescent technology
  • Can be surface mounted on the ceiling or chain suspended for versatility
  • Heavy-duty channel is die-formed from code-gauge steel
  • Requires two 75-Watt (96 in.) T12 fluorescent bulbs (sold separately)
  • Can be unit mounted or row mounted with the included end plate and channel connector
  • UL listed

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Does this fixture have a 2-pin or 1-pin ends for the bulb?

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July 10, 2016
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Actually there are 3 types of T12 Bulbs. R17D, 2 pin and 1 pin see picture. The 1 pin and 2 pin is most popular I have not purchased this fixture but the sockets look like the 2 pin version.
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T-12 is a one pin bulb
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2 pin
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February 6, 2014
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This fixture requires T12 Slimline bulbs which are 1-pin ends. Thanks for your question.
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Can I use this light fixture outdoor?

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January 19, 2015
Am I able to mount this light fixture outdoors?

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July 7, 2015
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Not if there is a chance that water will contact it. there is no protection from water getting inside. I would not recommend installing this outdoors.
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March 12, 2015
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Not unless it is under cover
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January 28, 2015
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This fixture is damp location listed but it is not designed to be in constant contact with water.
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Does it matter which bulb socket goes to which bulb?

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January 13, 2014
The ballast has 2 blue on one end and one red on the other. the red has a white jumper at the end between the 2 bulb sockets. Does it matter which side you put the one with the with the white jumper. Not which end. I know that one end gets the 2 blue sockets. Just wondering about the red/white end. I did not really think it mattered but when I put the first 2 fixtures and turned them on the bulbs spirled for a while the ballasts hummed and after about 15-min they both (all 4 lamps) went out. I checked the power at the fixtures and all is good. It's Lake Arrowhead CA in January in a garage Temp was maybe 45 to 50. Thanks for any help you can send my way. I have 10 more fixtures to power up and don't want to blow out a bunch of ballasts
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No, it does not matter which socket goes to which bulb. If you notice that two of the sockets are connected with the short white wire. These go on one end and the other two go on the other end. Doesn't matter which side they go in.
More likely the ballasts are bad (if they were wired correctly). You did wire them correctly right?
black (or red) to black, white to white? Ground wire under the green screw?
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No, it does not matter which socket goes to which bulb. If you notice that two of the sockets are connected with the short white wire. These go on one end and the other two go on the other end. Doesn't matter which side they go in.
More likely the ballasts are bad (if they were wired correctly). You did wire them correctly right?
black (or red) to black, white to white? Ground wire under the green screw? Circuit is 120v?
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It does matter if you are trying to put several fixtures together. It sounds like you tried to hook 2 fixtures together by connecting them via red/white wire. So two separate fixtures, both powered and then red/white wire from one connected to red/white wire on the other? And it lasted 15 min? Wow thats a good ballast! You fried them dude!
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January 16, 2014
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It doesn’t matter how you set the red wires up on the end as long as the red is on one end with the jumper for the other socket on the same end and the blues on the opposite end. You may want to call the 1-800 number on the ballast for the manufacturer warranty line. Thanks for your question.
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WHAT IS THE LENGTH OF THE COMMERCIAL LIGHT

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It is an 8 Foot light.....
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This is 96" long.
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2-Light White Ceiling Commercial Strip Fluorescent Light is rated 3.9 out of 5 by 32.
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Very easy to install. Comes pre-wired with only the power source wires to deal with. I was as... Very easy to install. Comes pre-wired with only the power source wires to deal with. I was asked to replace an old ballast . The old one had one red one blue and the black and white power source wires. The new ballast has eight wires. It cost about 40 dollars. It was much easier to replace the entire fixture for about the same price.
Date published: 2016-12-27
Rated 1 out of 5 by from should have gone LED broke the plastic bulb holders trying to shove them into place, now they are loose, and probably not holding bulbs as tight as they should. They are extremely difficult to get in place. I got premium bulbs, and they still took minutes to reach full brightness in hot temperatures. Should have gone LED.
Date published: 2016-08-25
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Good all purpose Installed in the garage to replace 4" florescent the 8" is a bigood difference and fairly ez to install
Date published: 2016-12-06
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Easy to install Easy to install in the shop and puts out great light.
Date published: 2016-12-06
Rated 5 out of 5 by from clear and solid... clear and solid
Date published: 2017-01-10
Rated 5 out of 5 by from perfect light perfect light
Date published: 2017-01-03
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Good 8ft T12 strip light! The original ballast worked good, for being a cheapo china electronic ballast BUT it ruins all FM radio reception in the shop, so i replaced the original with a spare magnetic ballast (something that should have never been banned ) I had. The quality of the fixture was good, not great like the older stuff.
Date published: 2012-02-14
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Good Functional Shop Light The fixture installed easily onto the ceiling in my shop and I had it wired up and operational within 30 minutes - and because the Lithuania 2-light white ceiling commercial strip florescent light fixture is well designed and manufactured, no problems were encountered. Upon completion of the installation and careful installation of the 2 - warm temperature, light bulbs, I flipped the SPST 15 amp "good" quality light switch, and where once in this obscure corner of my shop a paltry pittance of reflected photons aided my unaided eye, there was now a fabulous flood of fluorescent delight. By golly, it just doesn't get any better than that! P.S. Note to self - be sure and get the bulb guards with this type of fixture. The bulbs are vulnerable, and despite the notion they will never be in harms way - they break surprisingly easily. Oh yeah, always buy extra bulbs.
Date published: 2016-03-16
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