Model # 3348 2L32W WRAP

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Lithonia Lighting 2-Light White Utility Light
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Lithonia Lighting

2-Light White Utility Light

  • Interlocking design for easy install, lamp access and cleaning
  • Slim, wraparound design fits narrow ceiling areas
  • Requires two 32-Watt T8 straight tube lamps
$20.97 /each

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The Lithonia Lighting 2-Light Utility Light uses a clear, prismatic acrylic lens with white steel end plates to provide widespread illumination. This light features a continuous-interlocking design for easy installation. Lamp access and cleaning.

  • Uses a clear, prismatic acrylic lens with white steel end plates
  • Diffuser features a continuous-interlocking design for easy installation, lamp access and cleaning
  • Slim, wraparound design fits narrow ceiling areas
  • Requires two 32-Watt T8 straight tube lamps
  • Energy Star qualified to meet or exceed federal guidelines for energy efficiency for year-round energy and money savings
  • UL listed

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can these fixtures be wired in tandem? Can they be wired straight through using a chase nipple?

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Schenectady, NY
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April 30, 2015
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Fixture has no punch outs. You can't wire through the chassis. All wiring is meant to be done outside the fixture.
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yes, these units can be installed in tandem, ( check amp draw to your supply for maximum number to be wired ) and yes, you can use chase nipple(s) for wiring.
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Orange, TX
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May 8, 2014
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You would have to get a knock-out set or a drill bit to set these lights up that way but yes, it can be done.
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Corvallis, OR
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January 31, 2014
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These fixtures do not contain provision for making connections internal to the fixture. They do not have
knockouts at the ends, there's only one knockout, in the center of the fixture. The fixture contains a
label saying that connections must be made in an external junction box. Assembling and wiring
these fixtures in tandem would require modification and it wouldn't comply with the
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These fixtures do not contain provision for making connections internal to the fixture. They do not have
knockouts at the ends, there's only one knockout, in the center of the fixture. The fixture contains a
label saying that connections must be made in an external junction box. Assembling and wiring
these fixtures in tandem would require modification and it wouldn't comply with the installation
requirements of their UL listing.
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San Jose, CA
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January 2, 2014
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Not sure what a chase nipple is, but I plan to wire two together. Simple parallel connections to have them run off the same switch.
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New Hampshire, USA
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November 5, 2013
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no knock-outs provided for end to end tandem mounting or side to side for that matter. Holes could be drilled.
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August 7, 2013
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The fixtures do NOT have holes (knockouts) for series installation but you can drill or punch a 1/2" hole and use a connector or half a spacer to series them yourself. You will also need to provide your own wire. Take care to make holes exactly in the same location to mating fixture so the tandem arrangement looks clean.
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April 2, 2013
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Yes but don't buy them MTBF of ballast is about 1 year
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Joshua Tree, CA 92252, USA
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January 15, 2013
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All wiring should be done outside thefixture. Wire leads are long enough to accomodate wiring in the box. Lamps cannot be linked together, One lamp, wired to one box.
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October 10, 2012
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No. unfortunately neither wiring option will work for this fixture.
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Can you plug these into an outlet?

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Does it come with a plug at the end, that it could be plugged into an outlet?
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Short answer is no. These are meant to install over an electrical box. The fixture is not recommended to have electrical terminations within the fixture.
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San Antonio, Texas
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Yes, you can plug into the outlet, however, you will need to purchase the wiring suitable for outlet usage.
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Toledo, OH, USA
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Yes.
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October 18, 2014
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No these are hard wired.
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Yes you could wire it up to plug in to an outlet but it's not like that out of the box
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September 16, 2014
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No, this fixture is designed to be directly wired.
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No- this product doesn't have a plug.
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Schenectady, NY
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You need a ballast for 2 lamps 32 watt 4 ft T8. I like the GE 71037. They should be in the store in shrink wrap for about $20. If you had 100 of these on one circuit I would be a little more selective. For a house, shop, whatever, this is usually better than what you started with. Store Sku #126532.
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Ballast are the internal units used in fixtures to create voltage and current in order to start and illuminate the florescent lamp. Best way to insure correct replacement is to remove clear plastic cover and obtain the model number and brand of ballast ( usually a rectangular white or black box ). Home depot can help you find the correct ballast with the information you provide them.
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Your typical ballasts will run between $20 to $30. The model number will be listed on the ballast. At the store you will find a cross-reference sheet by the ballasts listing the replacement numbers from different manufactures.
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My experience: cheaper to buy a whole new unit. We throw things away now-a-days, thats what landfills are for. Parts, nobody stocks all the parts...buy a spare unit if you want parts, probably cheaper too !
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April 2, 2013
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I bought 3 of these and within 2 years the ballasts on all 3 have failed.
They are garbage, get rid of them and buy something that isn't a Lithonia.
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Get the information off the ballast itself. Then go to the store and buy the corresponding ballast.
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August 21, 2012
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Please provide the ballast part number and we can further instruct you on how to replace it.
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Are these fixtures wired for instant start ballast or rapid start ballast?

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these units come with instant start ballast, however, before purchasing you may check the unit to verify the type of ballast available.
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Yes they are instant start and I believe the box stated to -10 degrees.
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The fixtures are instant start. These are equipped with electronic ballasts so as soon as you switch them on they light. The older fixtures you are used to that flickered in cold weather and started a little slower were equipped with magnetic ballasts.
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The fixture contains an electronic ballast that can be called "instant start".
I don't have long experience with this fixture, but I've found that lights come
on immediately even at 35F temperature in my shop. This fixture doesn't
have provision for making connections inside the fixture, it needs an external
junction box, which can be a hassle for some installations.
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September 19, 2013
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This fixture uses a residential electronic ballast (120 volt, 60Hz) for instant on. Thanks for your question!
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2-Light White Utility Light is rated 3.5 out of 5 by 174.
Rated 1 out of 5 by from After about a year of use, the bulbs would not reach full brightness, if they were turned on afte... After about a year of use, the bulbs would not reach full brightness, if they were turned on after being off for less than about 5 minutes. Worked fine when cold, but restarting warm bulbs caused them to not "fire". I replaced both tubes, and immediate startup (warm or cold) was not an issue, for only about 2 weeks, then it started again. It's now worse (after about 1 month on the new bulbs) than it was before I replaced them. Seems like it's the ballast. These things should last for 10 years in a light-duty application like mine (closet light- only used a few minutes a day). I won't be buying another one of these.
Date published: 2016-11-07
Rated 1 out of 5 by from I bought three of these to replace builder grade closet lights. The ballasts on all three failed... I bought three of these to replace builder grade closet lights. The ballasts on all three failed in less than a year. These ballasts are of a weird design and matching replacements cannot be found anywhere. Each fixture has to be completely rewired to replace them. The clips that hold the tombstones are very cheap and easy to break, but they must be removed to complete the rewiring job. DO NOT BUY THESE LIGHTS!!! Whatever you save in purchase price by buying these cheap lights will be spent on new ballasts, not to mention the time and labor to rewire them (I have 10' ceilings, so no fun). Home Depot should fire the buyer that allowed these to be put on their shelves.
Date published: 2016-12-01
Rated 2 out of 5 by from I installed three of these utility lights in my basement three years ago. It includes NO pull-cor... I installed three of these utility lights in my basement three years ago. It includes NO pull-cord switch , which I installed myself, since the light is in a minimally used storage area. The flimsy lens on one didn't really fit properly, and actually fell off and is now cracked at one end. The ballast failed on one and I went to EBay to find a replacement, since Home Depot doesn't offer them either in the store or on-line. The tubes are wired in series, so if one goes out, you have to swap around the replacements to get the light working again. I replaced the FL tubes with some T8 LED's that I bought at Costco. I needed another inexpensive light in another basement storage area, which is why I bought it again. This is a product that you have to understand what the flaws are and accept the quality. They meet the need, but I think HD should step up the quality of a basic shop light above this model.
Date published: 2016-11-08
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Needed a light for work shop in garage over bench. Used the daylight bulbs. Easy to install but... Needed a light for work shop in garage over bench. Used the daylight bulbs. Easy to install but you do need to have electrical experience for the wiring. It is not plug and play. Works great no problems..
Date published: 2016-12-06
Rated 2 out of 5 by from There is no cover for the wiring or ballast. Once installed you can see the wiring hanging down o... There is no cover for the wiring or ballast. Once installed you can see the wiring hanging down on the lens.
Date published: 2016-10-25
Rated 1 out of 5 by from 6-Month Lifespan Very poor quality. Ballast failed after 6-months use.
Date published: 2017-01-08
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Very cheaply made, flimsy, poor quality. Very cheaply made, flimsy, poor quality.
Date published: 2017-01-03
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Sub Standard Product/No Support From Manufacture DO NOT PURCHASE THIS PRODUCT! The lens covers on this product are sub standard, they fall out randomly for no reason. Home Depot does not carry replacement lens and even if they did the replacement lens costs more than the whole assembly. Absolutely ridiculous! Oh and forget about calling Acuity, their about as worthless as it gets. Product technical support department doesn't want to hear about their sub standard product and will defer you to a supplier, taking no responsibility or feedback. Home Depot needs to either put pressure on this vendor or drop them.
Date published: 2016-02-15
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