Functional Two Light 24" Wide Standard Fluorescent Strip Light from the ST Collection with Residential Grade Ballast
The SM Series functional and multi-purpose standard 1 or 2 light strips provide general illumination for indoor and damp applications. There is no diffuser for this fixture. Fluorescent lamps are exposed. These product features include snap assembly of ends, socket bars and wire way cover and requires no tools. Fixtures can be mounted individually or in continuous rows for surface or suspended mounting. Applications include light commercial, industrial, retail, coves and displays. Heavy-duty channel is die-formed from 22-gauge steel. Electrical connections are made inside the wire way. Standard mounting holes and wiring knockouts are included.
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- Two Light Fluorescent Light Strip
- cULus Listed for Damp Locations
- Energy Star Rated
- Normal Power Factor Residential Grade Ballast, 120V
- Uses (2) 17 Watt T8 Fluorescent Bulb
- Height: 3.25"
- Width: 4.75"
- Length: 24"
- Mounting Holes: 20" Spread
Additional AFX Lighting Links
This AFX Lighting item can also be referenced by the following color/finish specific model #:
- AFX Lighting ST217R8
*Discontinued model or finish
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