Model # 1233 RE

Internet #202994372

Store SKU #565027

Lithonia Lighting 2-Light White T8 Fluorescent Residential Shop Light
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Lithonia Lighting

2-Light White T8 Fluorescent Residential Shop Light

  • 4-3/4 in. reflector
  • 5 ft. power cord
  • Requires two 32-Watt T8 fluorescent bulbs (sold separately)
$15.97 /each

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The 2-Light White T8 Fluorescent Residential Shop Light from Lithonia Lighting is an economical and Energy efficient task and general purpose lighting solution for work and storage areas. It comes fully assembled and ready to install. This fixture also comes with a 5 ft. power cord so no wiring is required.

  • Energy efficient T8 fluorescent technology
  • 4-3/4 in. reflector
  • 5 ft. power cord
  • Requires two 32-Watt T8 fluorescent bulbs (sold separately)
  • CUL listed to US and Canadian safety standards
  • Mount suspended from ceiling using the included mounting chains
  • Mounting hardware included

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Can this fixture be wired as opposed to using the plug/cord?

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McMurray, PA
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August 18, 2014
I have my present light wired in from romex. Hoping I can do the same with these as I have no where to plug it. Thank you
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January 17, 2016
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You can hard wire it if thats what you want, however, its just as easy to install an electrical box on the ceiling and just plug it in. That way its also easier to move if/when it quits and you need to replace it. I wired my tool shop with outlets on the ceiling knowing I was going to use this style lighting
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September 23, 2015
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If you have a least minimal electrical experience, you can remove the cord and wire it with Romex. However, I personally prefer to run the Romex to a single gang box and install an outlet. That makes the installation much more flexible and easy to install, replace or relocate if needed down the road.
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April 28, 2015
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if you are confident doing basic wiring then yes.
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February 4, 2015
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yes
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Yes, it is very easy
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December 10, 2014
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IT would require some dis assembly. I did not try to disassemble mine, so I am not sure how difficult it could be. I do not recall any punch outs for a wire connector. Since they are designed to handg from the ceiling rather than mount directly to it, the cord seems appropriate. You could cut the plug off the existing wire and connect directly. I would recommend using the existing cord and install a Read More
IT would require some dis assembly. I did not try to disassemble mine, so I am not sure how difficult it could be. I do not recall any punch outs for a wire connector. Since they are designed to handg from the ceiling rather than mount directly to it, the cord seems appropriate. You could cut the plug off the existing wire and connect directly. I would recommend using the existing cord and install a duplex outlet for easiest access and maintenance. Read Less
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August 25, 2014
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This does not come with a direct wire option. Your best bet is to bring the romex to an electrical box you install in the ceiling with an outlet.
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August 20, 2014
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Hi nards01,
I'm Travis from The Home Depot. Thanks for visiting our site.
Altering the electrical wiring on any light or appliance is discouraged by The Home Depot.
Yes, the plug-in cord can be cut and spliced, or removed and hardwired to the romex as it was on the previous fixture, but in doing so, you will void all warranty that exists for the light fixture and if wired incorrectly, could cause a Read More
Hi nards01,
I'm Travis from The Home Depot. Thanks for visiting our site.
Altering the electrical wiring on any light or appliance is discouraged by The Home Depot.
Yes, the plug-in cord can be cut and spliced, or removed and hardwired to the romex as it was on the previous fixture, but in doing so, you will void all warranty that exists for the light fixture and if wired incorrectly, could cause a fire hazard.
Make all electrical connections inside an approved junction box and adhere to all local codes that may apply in your area.
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How do you turn it on and off? Pull chain/cord?

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August 10, 2013
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Lindsay, Ca
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March 2, 2016
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There is no switch, chain or cord. You have to pull the plug from the wall.
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September 23, 2015
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This fixture has no on/off switch. You will have to switch the power to the outlet on and off.
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May 3, 2015
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Pull cord.
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April 28, 2015
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power cord is wired direct to fixture with NO inline switch
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February 4, 2015
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no switch, just plug it in
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December 10, 2014
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The lights come with a 5 ft 3 prong AC cord. No switch. I wired the outlet to a wall switch.
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August 14, 2013
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This fixture does not have an integrated switch. This light plugs into a standard outlet and the assumption is that the outlet is switched as opposed to the light itself. I have 4 of these in my shop, each plugged into their own outlet in the ceiling. All 4 outlets are on a single switch on my wall. By doing it this way, I can turn all 4 on and off at once.
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August 13, 2013
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This fixture comes equipped with a 5’ power cord to turn it on and off. Thanks for your question.
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Does this light come with a plug on the end of the power cord, or just bare wire?

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May 3, 2013
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It comes with a standard 3-prong AC plug, ready to plug into an outlet.
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2 prongs and no ground prong .Simple plug..
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comes with grounded 3 wire plug.
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yes, 3 prong
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5 ft cord and 3 prong AC plug.
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Comes with a plug.
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July 15, 2013
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It comes with a 3 prong, 110v AC plug. This light will require a ground, so make sure you have a well wired outlet with a proper ground in it.
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May 7, 2013
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The power cord does come with a plug on the end.
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Lithonia Lighting 2-Light White T8 Fluorescent Residential Shop Light Model # 1233 RE Store SKU # 565027

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December 3, 2012
the description says depth 48 in assembled width 16 in...the picture shows what looks to be a fixture that is about 5 inches wide which uses 2 ea 48" T8 bulbs. I'm looking, for a fixture that takes 2 ea 48" T8 bulbs

Store SKU # 565027
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Baldy (and others) asked the difference between T8 And T12 tubes. Think in octavos - that is 1/8ths. So then T8 = 8 eighths or 1 inch, while T12 = 12 eighths, yes, 1-1/2" pretty basic once you know the lingo.
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this fixture usses 2 48" T8 bulbs
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what is the difference between a T8 and T12 bulbs
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Does take T8s. It is about 48"x4". minimal hood size. Hood doesn't even come below the bulbs but light does work well.
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This takes 2 T8 bulbs.
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July 15, 2013
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It's 48ish inches long and about 4.5 inches wide. I think that the 16 inch number is the height from the reflector to the ceiling when it's hanging from it's chains. This light takes 2ea T8 48" bulbs.
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The fixture is 5" wide has 2 T8 48"bulbs
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December 4, 2012
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The width dimension for this fixture is a misprint. The product has the dimensions as suggested by the photo so please disregard the printed width dimension. This is the correct fixture that you are looking for. Thank you for pointing out this misprint to us.
Thank you!
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2-Light White T8 Fluorescent Residential Shop Light is rated 4.4 out of 5 by 55.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Succulent light Needed supplemental light for succulents. Hung these up from a wire shelf in the closet. I'm glad they came with chain and hooks. Working good so far
Date published: 2016-11-01
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Folks these will last a very long time if you simply open and remove ballast. Wire each end direc... Folks these will last a very long time if you simply open and remove ballast. Wire each end directly (one end neutral (white) and the other end line (black or red). Ignore any ballast wire colors, Then use ONLY LED fluorescents. A fraction of the energy of even a T8, no waste energy lost to heat from ballast, and typically twice the lumen output of a florescent. You will never change a ballast or bulb again. Yes, some LED tubes will run on some T8 ballasts, but why lose the energy of the unneeded ballast??
Date published: 2016-11-20
Rated 5 out of 5 by from I only had two T12 fixtures in my garage on one side and the light was terrible. I purchased four... I only had two T12 fixtures in my garage on one side and the light was terrible. I purchased four of these and the light is tremendously better. I did a lighting calculator to get 70 lumens per sq ft and it said I needed 7 of these based on the bulbs I chose but 4 is already great! Great value for the price. I will update my review if they don't last.
Date published: 2016-11-07
Rated 5 out of 5 by from The shop light was very easy to install. All the parts were included and it fit right back into ... The shop light was very easy to install. All the parts were included and it fit right back into place where my old shop light was installed. The new T-8 lamps provide brilliant daylight for my tired eyes. Love my new purchase and wish I had replaced my old stoplight years ago.
Date published: 2016-11-29
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Get what you pay for You get what you pay for with these lights. They are cheaply made and flimsier than ones I have bought previously, but do the job intended. We'll see how long the ballast lasts.
Date published: 2016-10-11
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Works as expected. Good value. The only complaint would be that instructions for pulling bulb con... Works as expected. Good value. The only complaint would be that instructions for pulling bulb contacts into place were vague at best.
Date published: 2016-11-08
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Best light and a very reasonable cost. Lights came with everything needed to hang and are a nice size for a home office or craft room.
Date published: 2016-08-09
Rated 5 out of 5 by from LED lights are far more beneficial than fluorescent when recording on video. LED lights are far more beneficial than fluorescent when recording on video.
Date published: 2017-01-10
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