A: The fixture is meant to hang from chains, which are provided. The chains hook into slots on the top of the light fixture. You can cut the chains to the desired length with wire cutters/linemen's pliers. My light fixtures are in my garage & are hanging from screw eyes screwed into the floor joists in the overhead.
A: 2 hooks in the ceiling and an outlet.
A: This is hung with a hanging chain and power cord plug in
A: normally if it comes with a cord, it can be plugged into any 110 outlet and can also be hooked in a series to other similar fixtures. i believe that model is "with a 5' cord"(i have purchased both types in the past)
A: Two screws in a ceiling that the hanging chains connect to. You will also need and out, either on a switch or an outlet that is always "hot" to power the lights.
A: All you need is an outlet as it plugs in! No wiring required! And some kind of ceiling, like the rafters, to hang it from! I'm 74 and I was able to hang several of them! They're great!
A: You need to plug in the power cord (included) one end to the light and the other to an electric outlet. If you buy more than one of these and wish to string them together, one end of the cord goes to one light and the second to the connecting light. Hope this helps.
A: sorry we only have plug-in design ,the strig light and wrap light are hard wire design . you can search the model "54654241" or "54283141".
A: Not sure if they came hard wired or not. I used mine as “corded” as my old shop lights were plugged into receptacles. I replaced florescent lights in my garage, laundry room and kitchen. These lights are so much better than the old florescents. The install was so easy.
A: I don’t think so. It has a special adapter plug the goes into the end of the light fixture and can either be connected to a an adapter to link it to the next light unit or it can be attached to an special extension cord which then adapts to a slide on AC plug which has two prongs plus the round grounding pin to plug into a groonded socket or else another three-wire extension cord. Sorry!
A: I do not think so, but these are a great improvement over florescent fixtures
A: Sorry this can not be surface mounting.
A: The instructions on mine were either in the box, or printed on the box. If not, try contacting the manufacturer.
A: I have two connected together in my two car garage that is 18x20 feet. Should be enough to cover your 16x16 room. Ceiling is 9 feet if that helps.
A: I would say no, I bought three for a 8 by 12 room. I could have gotten away with two. but 1 unit is not enough in my opinion
A: This product has a small light-emitting angle, and it may take 4 units to be enough
A: No, you would need 2 or 3
A: No, unless all you are looking for is enough light not to trip or bump into things. Not nearly enough light to work by. I have a 20' x 20' shop and have 6 of these fixtures ganged together (3 each on opposite walls) so there's plenty of light over drill press, saws, 2 work benches, etc. Also in the process of running 3 more fixtures down the center of the shop.
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