Model # LB 2 32 MVOLT MVIS

Internet #202591813

Store SKU #453879

Lithonia Lighting Wrap Multi-Volt 2-Light White Ballast Ceiling Flushmount
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Lithonia Lighting

Wrap Multi-Volt 2-Light White Ballast Ceiling Flushmount

  • Ideal for use in garages, workshops, kitchens and utility rooms
  • Durable steel construction with a white finish
  • Uses two 32-Watt T8 straight tube bulbs (not included)
$49.47 /each

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The Lithonia Lighting 2-Light 4 ft. Multi-Volt Wrap provides bright, uniform illumination. Ideal applications include general lighting for garages, workshops, kitchens, utility rooms/spaces and corridors in commercial and residential environments. A multi-volt ballast (120-277-Volt) insures instant-on and no humming or flickering. Light output is approximately equal to (3-1/2) 100-Watt incandescent bulbs.

  • Energy efficient fluorescent technology
  • Lift-and-shift clear acrylic prismatic lens allows for tool-free bulb replacement
  • Durable steel construction with a white finish
  • Requires two 32-Watt, instant-start octron T8 medium bi-pin linear fluorescent bulbs (sold separately)
  • For use with non-dimmable switches only
  • UL listed to US safety standards
  • Note: product may vary by store

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How many lights 30' x 24' garage.

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August 2, 2016
I have a 30'x24' garage that i would like to light. What would be the min required number of fixtures and what would be the optiminal for auto work and wood working?
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August 14, 2016
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We would recommend using 6 or more fixture in this space.
6 fixtures used on a 10 ft ceiling will provide 40 Foot Candles at a work plane of 3 feet.
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August 5, 2016
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Hi Evan.
Thank you for your great question.
For your 720 sq. ft. garage, it looks like you will need a minimum of 9 double bulb fixtures up to about 18 fixtures to achieve an optimal lighting arrangement using 32- watt T-8 bulbs.
The higher the ceiling in your garage, the more lights you will need.
It would also be a good idea to add separate switches to each 2-4 group of lights.
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Hi Evan.
Thank you for your great question.
For your 720 sq. ft. garage, it looks like you will need a minimum of 9 double bulb fixtures up to about 18 fixtures to achieve an optimal lighting arrangement using 32- watt T-8 bulbs.
The higher the ceiling in your garage, the more lights you will need.
It would also be a good idea to add separate switches to each 2-4 group of lights.
Please let us know if we can be of further assistance.
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How does the pre exists wires go into the quick connect on the new light

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August 16, 2016
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To use the yellow ballast disconnect plug you will use the top two holes to push your power wires in matching black to black and white to white.
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August 3, 2016
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As you look at the end, make Shure that you are hooking the black to the black and the white to the white. You tie the ground to the unit on the green screw, you may have to put a piece of wire on to extend some of the wires. As long as the size of the wires that feed the to the box aren't too big, they should slide right into the quick connect. If they don't, cut off quick connect and use wire nuts to Read More
As you look at the end, make Shure that you are hooking the black to the black and the white to the white. You tie the ground to the unit on the green screw, you may have to put a piece of wire on to extend some of the wires. As long as the size of the wires that feed the to the box aren't too big, they should slide right into the quick connect. If they don't, cut off quick connect and use wire nuts to tie together. Read Less
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I am replacing 3 very old, but similar type lights that are hard wired to a switch. Can this be hard wired to a switch ?

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October 2, 2016
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Yes it can be hard wired to a switch, mine are.
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November 9, 2015
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Thank you for your email.....yes the LB 2 32 MVOLT MVIS can be hard-wired to a switch.
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How do I get the lens cover off to change a tube that has gone out?

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October 22, 2015
The electrician who installed the fixtures did not save the instructions and 4 months later a tube went out. We can't figure out how to get the cover off.
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December 13, 2015
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The mfg recommendation below seems to be the only way but whoever designed this fixture should be doomed to standing on a 10' stepladder trying to pull the cover off for the next 100 years! I finally had to take the end cap loose to get the cover to flex enough to pop off. A real PAIN!!
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October 26, 2015
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Thank you for your email......From the end of the fixture you remove the cover by sliding the cover to one side, then lift up opposite side over the flange. With your fingertips work the lens off the flange down the side of the fixture until it releases.
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Customer Reviews

Rated 4.2 out of 5 by 25 reviewers.
Rated 3.0 out of 5.0 by bad design Wrap around covers are hard hard hard to put on and get in the right place when working on a ladder, had 2 fall off during the night . If you use these put a zip tie around then to keep in place just for safety's sake September 6, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Great product The light is very light and easy to hold up while installing the screws. The electrical connections were a breeze. Only took a few moments to install. The light gives off great light. I installed it in a kitchen where lots of light is needed. August 2, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Adequate I bought this product to replace one I bought over 5 years ago which finally failed. Of course, the exact model was no longer available, but this one "appeared" identical. I ordered it, replaced the old one with it, and it no one can tell it was replaced. However, the underlying construction had changed from 5 years ago -- by that I mean flimsier, thinner metal and less of it. I have to replace these fixtures every few years because the smaller, cheaper ballasts they started to use 10+ years ago just don't last. To compare, I bought 3 such fixtures in 1993 which were still working in 2016 when they were finally decommissioned. This company, and probably most companies, continue to look for ways to maintain a look while gutting quality construction. June 7, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by NICE LIGHT These lights are great for a room that needs a little less light. They are easy to install. The light cover needs some work. June 28, 2016
Rated 3.0 out of 5.0 by Average Average fixture nothing stands out good or bad just ok May 3, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Light is a smaller space Light was easy to install. The light cover was a bit of a challenge. In the end, it worked fine. March 31, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Shipping damage I ordered 18 lights for a project 2 had the covers cracked when I got them. Other than that they are a good buy. April 26, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Shop light Would have liked better spacing between the mounting holes but overall an excellent purchase March 29, 2016
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