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Lithonia Lighting 4ft. 41-Watt White Integrated LED Low Profile Wraparound
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Lithonia Lighting

4ft. 41-Watt White Integrated LED Low Profile Wraparound

  • Integrated LEDs produce 4,000 Lumens of light
  • Bright white (4000K) color temperature
  • Provides 50,000 hours of maintenance-free operation
$109.00 /each

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The 4ft. 41-Watt White Integrated LED Low Profile Wraparound from Lithonia Lighting provides bright, uniform general purpose illumination. It is cheaper to operate than incandescent and fluorescent lights and with a 60,000 hour average LED life, you won't have to worry about changing bulbs. The LEDs are conveniently integrated for ease of installation and maintenance. Luminous end caps soften the overall appearance for improved aesthetics. Ideal applications include general purpose lighting for garages, workshops, kitchens, utility rooms/spaces and corridors in commercial and residential environments.

  • 4000 Lumens
  • Energy-efficient, cool-running LED technology saves you money on power bills
  • An acrylic prismatic lens wraps around the fixture to maximize light output and distribution
  • Durable steel construction with a white finish and luminous end caps
  • High-performance LEDs (4000K) have a 60,000 hour average life
  • For use with non-dimmable switches only
  • Multi-volt driver (120-277 Volt)
  • Suitable for damp locations
  • CSA certified to US and Canadian safety standards

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How many watts does this fixture draw?

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October 2, 2013
the specs do not mention current draw
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August 25, 2016
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Googled for their spec sheet: it's 41 watts.
http://www.acuitybrandslighting.com/library/ll/documents/specsheets/lbl-led-wraparound.pdf
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April 24, 2014
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The specs mention that this is a 50 watt fixture. That would put the current at less than 1/2 an amp (about .41 amps).
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April 15, 2014
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50W
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March 21, 2014
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50 Watts.
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February 4, 2014
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50 watts
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11.5 watts
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December 24, 2013
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I have not checked them but I have read that they use around 40 watts
They are bright and last a very long time.
•High-performance LEDs (4000K) have a 50,000 hour average life
•4000 Lumens
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December 10, 2013
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40 watts
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November 30, 2013
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50 watts
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November 19, 2013
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50w
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October 20, 2013
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The specs say 50 watts. I would not be surprised if it was less. But there are a TON of LEDs in there.
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October 7, 2013
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This fixture draws 50 watts. Thanks for your question!
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How do you remove the cover?

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May 24, 2013
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February 4, 2014
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The plastic lens comes off by lifting it slightly and then moving it off center. It then falls away easily from the metal housing. Very easy to remove and remount as needed.
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February 4, 2014
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The plastic lens is removed by lifting it and moving it slightly off center. It then comes away from the fixture. It's very easy to remove and remount as needed.
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It easily removes by slipping it off one side at time.
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December 10, 2013
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it slides to one side and lowers rite off very nicely.
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November 30, 2013
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flex the cover slightly and it comes off readily
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November 19, 2013
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It flexes, just pull out and lower it.
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October 20, 2013
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The cover comes off as the usual "bend and left off one side" that you do with virtually all 4-foot lens fixtures.
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very easy to remove cover just pull down on 1 side then the other side
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September 6, 2013
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The clear plastic outer lens cover hangs from both long sides of the fixture. To remove it, lift upwards a bit (uniformly, as much as possible) and shift the cover towards either long side. Once that side is clear, drop the cover below that side of the fixture and pull the cover the opposite direction to detach from the other side.
The ballast and wire runs are underneath a metal cover which clips onto Read More
The clear plastic outer lens cover hangs from both long sides of the fixture. To remove it, lift upwards a bit (uniformly, as much as possible) and shift the cover towards either long side. Once that side is clear, drop the cover below that side of the fixture and pull the cover the opposite direction to detach from the other side.
The ballast and wire runs are underneath a metal cover which clips onto the fixture inside the outer clear plastic lens cover. It is held in place by 2 tabs on each side, along the long sides of the cover. The cover fits by spring tension, so to remove it, just squeeze inwards where the 2 tabs on either side are located and once loose, the cover just falls away (hopefully while still held in your hands ;-) ). Read Less
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July 16, 2013
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Plastic cover fits in groove on both sides of light, pull one side loose & other side will slip out of its groove. Use both hands carefully so you don't drop the plastic cover, it can chip or crack if dropped.
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June 8, 2013
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The cover is a flexible acrylic cover. it is very flexible and snaps in place. It is not difficult to remove or replace.
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May 28, 2013
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Remove the diffuser from the housing by sliding the diffuser to one side, then lifting up on the opposite side over the flange. Thanks for your question!
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Are the bulbs the same style as a fluorescent bulb and if so how many are there... are the bulbs included with the fixture.

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No bulbs. Just a lot of built in LEDs. No bulbs replacement ever:)
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No additional bulbs are required. There are two rows of LED emitter chips permanently installed where the two bulbs would be in a fluorescent fixture.
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Each fixture has a row of LED--light emitting diodes--in place of bulbs or lamps. The LEDs are a integral part of the fixture. The LEDs are rated to last 50,000 hours. The manufacturers says, even with fixture replacement, the fixture lifetime savings are $70 compared to florescent T8s and $200 compared to T12s. Other advantages of the LEDs are: (a) color of light (80CRI; 4000K), (b) instant on with no Read More
Each fixture has a row of LED--light emitting diodes--in place of bulbs or lamps. The LEDs are a integral part of the fixture. The LEDs are rated to last 50,000 hours. The manufacturers says, even with fixture replacement, the fixture lifetime savings are $70 compared to florescent T8s and $200 compared to T12s. Other advantages of the LEDs are: (a) color of light (80CRI; 4000K), (b) instant on with no flicker and (c) lighting and brightness are not affected by cold temperatures (such as outdoor or unheated locations) Read Less
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No, not sure how many LED's their are, but they are plenty on both sides, and they are tiny and bright! The LED's are part of the fixture, hence the price.
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January 28, 2014
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no tubes it has many small LEDs
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January 22, 2014
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There are no bulbs at all. It's two rows of LEDs that give out amazing light output.
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no bulbs
There are 2 led strips with 50 led light per side
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bulbs are little LED's. non replaceable they will last for many years. they are a part of the light . included, no need to change them ever.
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The LED lighting elements are part of the fixture. They are NOT the same as a fluorescent.
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No, nothing is needed. It's all built in.
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November 4, 2013
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This fixture includes two rows of linear LEDs (4000K) with a 50,000 hour average life. Unlike tubular fluorescent bulbs, the LEDs are flat strips. Thanks for your question!
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How do these attach to the ceiling?

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September 18, 2013
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February 4, 2014
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Flush mounted with screws through housing. Screws not provided with fixture.
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Screws.
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The fixture has holes that you can use to hold it up with wood screws to the ceiling beams. I had to drill a new hole to get it line up with my beams. You could also use toggle bolts if you want.
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I attached mine with screws
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to a junction box, or screw it directly to the celling.
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The fixtures are not heavy, they can be installed to sheetrock using toggle bolts or other sheetrock mounting hardware.
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Screws or your favority sheet rock fastener. It isn't very heavy.
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I just drilled a couple of screws through the metal and into the ceiling drywall. The fixture is much lighter than the old ones with ballast and tubes, so I felt comfortable with about 6-8 drywall screws holding it up. I didn't even drill holes - just turned the drywall screws with my handheld drill until they popped through the metal and into the ceiling.
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A couple of screws up through the ceiling mounting panel. I have I wood paneled ceiling so it was very easy, I didn't have to find the beams. Than hook up the electric and snap on the plastic cover and it's done.
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i use wood screws 2 inches long, and a stud finder.
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There are holes in the case which are covered once installed and the lens is attached. In my case, the fixture I replaced had used wing bolts and the fixture was just suspended from the drywall of the ceiling. I took the old fixture out and used new bolts for the new one.
Depending upon your application, you may also be able to use screws into the ceiling joists.
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Rated 4.5 out of 5 by 265 reviewers.
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by As advertised, bright, attractive and perfect for my closet October 25, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Great replacement light This is a great replacement of old florescent light fixtures. It was very easy to replace. I bought two of these to replace troublesome light fixtures in the garage and another in a walk-in-closet. Buy some new toggle bolts if you don't have access to retrieve the old toggles. In my case recovering the old toggle from the garage was easy but I didn't want to make my way through the attic in Texas in August to recover the others! September 10, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by They don't put out quite as much light as we thought they would compared the the fluorescent fixtures they replaced, but its a warmer more natural light and since we have 5 of them the power savings should be substantial. October 25, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by This light has made an enormous difference in my kitchen. It is all I had hoped for and more! October 25, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by These are a fantastic replacement for annoying fluorescent lights. Now all the lights go on at once. Really worth the price. October 26, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Easy to install and a bright light I installed this in my garage replacing a single incandescent light fixture. This is a great light. It is easy to install over the fixture box. I screwed it into to some ceiling joists. I had to drill a hole in the back of the fixture to access a couple joist. The drill went through the metal with ease. The wiring is quick since it has a quick connect for the wiring. The quick connect works with 14 Gage wires. If you have 12 Gage, then you may need to cut off the quick connects and use a wire nut. You can insert up to 2 black and 2 white wires in the quick connect. There is a button you have to push in order to insert the wires. When I turned on the light is is a very bright white light that is great in the garage. The directions could be a littler clearer regarding how to use the quick connects. GREAT LIGHT. October 2, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Perfect for a large garage I used 9 of these in my 4500 sq ft garage and the light the whole area October 18, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Awesome lighting I originally purchased a LED T8 bulb replacement for the existing flourescent, but it was a major headache and I had to try and rewire the setup and never worked. So decided just to replace the enter lights and got this ceiling LED light. It took me about 10 minutes to replace two lights. It is very bright and easy to install. October 12, 2016
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