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Lithonia Lighting

Model 1290L

Internet #204378710

Store SKU #1000018875

25-Watt White LED Chain-Mount Shoplight

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  • Produces 1,700 Lumens
  • 4000K Color Temperature
  • 5 ft. 120-Volt power cord included for ease of installation

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The LED Chain-Mount White Shoplight from Lithonia Lighting provides energy-efficient task lighting or general purpose lighting for utility applications like workshops, garages and basements. The integrated LEDs eliminate the need for light bulbs, and have a 50,000 average life span. Chain and "S" hooks are included for easy installation, and they allow you to adjust the direction of the light.

  • Produces 1,700 Lumens of light (4000K) while only consuming 25-Watt
  • Energy-efficient LED technology offers 35% energy savings over a T12 fluorescent fixture
  • Adjustable mounting angle
  • Durable steel construction with a white finish is built to last
  • 9-1/2 in. chain hangers and "S" hooks are included (not for surface-mount applications)
  • UL listed for damp locations
  • 5 ft. 120-Volt power cord included for ease of installation
  • Starts reliably down to 0°F

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QUESTION ABOUT BRIGHTNESS DIFFERENCE OF LIGHT BULBS

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March 5, 2014
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I WAS LOOKING AT (Lithonia Lighting 26-Watt White LED Chain-Mount Shoplight : Model # IS 1290L Internet # 204378710) TODAY.

COMPARE TO TWO 8' 75W T12 FROLESCENT LIGHTS AND THIS PRODUCT.

WHICH ONE IS BRIGHTER?

IF LED LIGHT IS BRIGHTER THAN FROLESCENT LIGHT, HOW MANY TIMES BRIGHTER?

THANK YOU

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February 22, 2016
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I replaced a two-bulb T8 fixture. This one seems just a little brighter than the old florescent one.
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There is a noticeable difference. The best way to determine what you like is to visit the lighting display at your nearest Home Depot. If that is not an option than visit LEDBright.com and search for the brightness chart to compare all lighting levels and intensity.
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October 7, 2014
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The fluorescent fixture is much, much brighter, putting out over three times as much light, as measured in lumens. The fluouescent fixture is also more efficient, and cheaper.
I have lots of LED bulbs and fixtures in my home, but the LED shoplight is still a work in progress, and is not nearly as good a performer as a standard 48" T8 twin bulb shoplight.
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"Brightness" is kind of a subjective term when it comes to lighting. "Lumens" refers to the actual amount of light coming out of something, but "color temperature" refers to the color of light coming from the source.
"Warm White" is a bit yellow, and very pleasing for interiors. I use 2200K to 2700K (color temperature) range for my interiors, and it makes it warm and well lit. These fixtures are 4000K, Read More
"Brightness" is kind of a subjective term when it comes to lighting. "Lumens" refers to the actual amount of light coming out of something, but "color temperature" refers to the color of light coming from the source.
"Warm White" is a bit yellow, and very pleasing for interiors. I use 2200K to 2700K (color temperature) range for my interiors, and it makes it warm and well lit. These fixtures are 4000K, which are much whiter and appear much brighter, but may be a bit harsh for areas other than garages, basements and workshops.
I have exterior fixtures that are 5000K. Very white, very bright and they make the minimal use of energy they consume go a long way. Read Less
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March 23, 2014
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The fluorescent will be much brighter.
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March 20, 2014
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I purchased one of these lights for over my work bench that I have 3 - 60 watt light bulbs. I wanted to replace them with this light. The light itself is a nice looking and well built light. But if you need more light do not bother with this light. I believe the florescent lights are better suited in larger areas.
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March 17, 2014
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The white LED shoplight (model: 1290L) produces 1,700 Lumens of light (4000K) while only consuming 26 watts. The integrated LEDs eliminate the need for light bulbs, and have a 50,000 average life span. One 8’ 75W T12 blub produces approximately 5,000 Lumens of light (4100K) while consuming 75 watts. The 75 Watts the bulbs have an average life span of 16,000 hours. So the fixture that uses T12 blubs will Read More
The white LED shoplight (model: 1290L) produces 1,700 Lumens of light (4000K) while only consuming 26 watts. The integrated LEDs eliminate the need for light bulbs, and have a 50,000 average life span. One 8’ 75W T12 blub produces approximately 5,000 Lumens of light (4100K) while consuming 75 watts. The 75 Watts the bulbs have an average life span of 16,000 hours. So the fixture that uses T12 blubs will be brighter but will require additional maintenance throughout its lifespan. Thanks for your question. Read Less
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Can this fixture be hardwired on a circuit with another, controlled by a switch at the door?

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I am trying to permanently mount shop lights in my basement, and need the lights to be controlled by a switch next to the door.
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August 20, 2016
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WHats the difference if its hard wired to a switch or if its plugged in & you pull the chain to turn it on
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This fixture has a white molded flat style cord with a male three prong end. This fixture is intended to plug into a receptacle and can be controlled by a light switch if desired. I Put 5 of these lights on one circuit controlled by three way switches on either end of my 800 sq/ft garage.
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November 27, 2015
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Plug both lights into a switched outlet. If lights are too far apart use a light duty extension cord to reach the switched outlet. Leave the pull chain with light on. This wont void the warranty.
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July 20, 2015
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Unfortunately, you cannot connect these two fixtures together. This fixture is produced and listed as a portable luminaire- this modification will void UL and fixture warranty if hardwired to switch.
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are bulobs included

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One bulb is included. It is permanent--you don't change it.
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Yes. the bulb is built in for the live of the fixture.
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May 15, 2015
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The Lithonia Lighting Shoplight has integrated LEDs, so you don't ever need to replace the LEDs. The LEDs typically last for 50,000 of use. This equal to 8 hours a day for 25 years!
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Power cord, 2 or 3 prong?

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Description says: "5 ft. 120-volt power cord included for ease of installation". Is it 2 or 3 prong? Where on the product does the power cord come out, relative to the pull chain? A picture and description of that would be helpful to make the web site more useful for those trying to research and purchase products. Thanks.
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It has 3 prongs. It is on the opposite side from the pull chain. It was longer than I needed it to be, so I taped the extra to the top of the light, where no one can see it.
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It is a 3 prong plug that comes out of the opposite end of the fixture from the pull chain. They are on the end plates, not the top.
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Customer Reviews

Rated 4.2 out of 5 by 41 reviewers.
Rated 2.0 out of 5.0 by It was on clearance It was purchased on clearance, so I didn't expect to much of the product they had a shelf full . August 23, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by so much better than fluorescent This purchase followed another purchase over a year ago of the same shoplights. I have these mounted in my studio and am very pleased with the performance, light quality and ease of installation. The only complaint I would give is the cost is a bit up there but they are well worth it. October 13, 2015
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Brightens my Night I like the ease of getting it hung and powered. Works consistently and illuminates nicely. Now the question remains how long will it last. Only reason I gave it a 4 out of 5 stars. May 17, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Ironing overhead light Light works well for ironing gives bright light without the heat and hum from fluorescent, April 5, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Very Bright The light was extremely easy to install as long as you have an outlet close by. Very pleased with the brightness. April 12, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Perfect for light for a garage This is absolutely perfect for my garage. I had two old 2-bulb florescent fixtures and I absolutely hate climbing on a ladder (with cinder blocks underneath to add height) and struggling to twist the bulbs in just right. Without falling and breaking my neck. So I am ecstatic about not having to do that any more. It took about 5 minutes to replace the fixture by myself--I just plugged it in and hung it up. (It took 20 minutes to sweep up the glass when one of the old bulbs fell out and shattered on the garage floor.) When I opened the box, I was concerned because it only had one bulb, but this one is as bright, or possibly a bit brighter, than the old 2-bulb T8 light. Not a warm light, but it is fine in the garage. And it doesn't flicker or hum when I turn it on. I would definitely recommend this light for a garage, basement, or workshop. And any place where changing the bubs is hard or dangerous. It is a bit pricey, but I would rather spend a little more money than any more time trying to juggle long light bulbs into swinging fixtures 9 feet off the ground. I can't wait for the other light in the garage to die . . . February 22, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Nice and Bright Very easy to install. Very bright with a slim line look. February 23, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Great Workshop lights These are a little more expensive then the regular flourescent fixtures but no need to buy bulbs. The light is very bright - instantly even in a cold (20°) workshop. My aging eyes are now spoiled with instant bright daylight in the shop. January 20, 2016
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