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Fluorescent Lighting

for Cold Storage

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Energy Efficient Cold Storage Lighting


Energy efficient fluorescent lighting solutions are now available for cold storage facilities. SpecLight’s superior
design capabilities and deep understanding of fluorescent lamp and ballast technology has combined to
create a new series of fluorescent luminaires that perform in temperatures to -20°F/-29°C.

4 The Benefits of Fluorescent Lighting for Cold Environments


Up to 50% Energy Savings – T5HO and T8 Improved Color – Higher CRI for fluorescent
fluorescent luminaires offer 40-50% energy savings
over metal halide systems.
systems provides better visibility and color recognition
for workers in cold storage areas.
Designed for Cold Storage
SpecLight has a long history of utilizing prototype testing as an integral part of our engineering design
Reduced Refrigeration Load – Lower input Longer Life / Better Lumen Maintenance process. Creating fluorescent luminaires that perform in cold storage environments requires fine tuning of
watts reduces the heat load contribution for lighting – Fluorescent lighting systems have nearly twice
components and influencing factors to produce high-quality results. Each fixture is designed to retain heat to
inside the cooled space by up to 50% over HID the lamp life with 95% of rated lumens at mean life
compared to 65% for metal halide. keep lamp lumen output high; utilizes specular MIRO®4 reflectors for controlled light output; and manages
systems.
lamp bulb wall temperature for optimum performance. The overall combination of these engineering efforts
Instant On-Off and Occupancy Sensor Emergency Lighting – Fluorescent lighting
is represented in the performance table below.
Control – Fluorescent lighting is ideal for use with systems can be fitted with on-board battery back up
motion sensor switching in lower occupancy areas that eliminates the need for separate self-contained
for increased energy savings. emergency lighting equipment. The Cold Temperature Thermal Factor indicated for each fixture type is used when calculating lighting levels
as an additional light loss factor (LLF). In many cases, this factor is greater than one because fixtures do not
necessarily create internal temperatures in normal 25°C environments that align with the optimum lamp
Fluorescent Outperforms HID lumen output. The SpecLight FFB Series luminaires are designed to retain the heat necessary to optimize lamp
performance at the cold temperatures indicated. Measured light output is compared with the baseline 25°C
performance to create the thermal factor for each temperature. These luminaires actually perform better in
cold environments than they do at normal 25°C temperatures.

FFB14 454T5HO FFB164 654T5HO HID High Bay HID High Bay
4-lamp T5HO 6-lamp T5HO 400W MH Spun 400W HPS Spun Cold Temperature Thermal Factor
4 Fixture Comparison 1.0 BF 1.0 BF Aluminum Lensed Aluminum Open
FFB Series Size Lamp Description 34ºF/2ºC 0ºF/-18ºC -20ºF/-29ºC
Initial Lumens 17,800 26,700 36,000 50,000
Rated Life 35,000 35,000 20,000 24,000 4-lamps 54 Watt T5HO a1.20 a1.30 a1.24
Lamp Lumen Depreciation 0.95 0.95 0.65 0.88 1’x4’
Maintained Lumens 16,910 25,365 23,500 45,000 4-lamps 32 Watt T8 a1.14 0.90 0.56
Input Watts 234 354 458 465
Maintained Lumens per Watt 72 72 51 97
Heat Load Watts Saved Over 400W MH 224 (49%) 104 (23%) 0 -7 (-2%) 6-lamps 54 Watt T5HO a1.23 a1.25 a1.24
Color Rendering Index (CRI) 85 85 65 21 16”x4’
6-lamps 32 Watt T8 a1.16 a1.11 0.80
4 System Performance Comparison
Average Maintained Footcandles at 0°F (-19°C) 15.2 23.8 26.1 44.4
Cold Temperature Thermal Factor at 0°F (-19°C) 1.30 1.25 1.00 1.00 8-lamps 54 Watt T5HO a1.19 a1.22 a1.06
Footcandles at 8,000 hours 2’x4’
16.7 25.3 26.1 44.4
(40% of rated lamp life of 400W MH) 8-lamps 32 Watt T8 a1.13 0.95 0.64
Footcandles at 9,600 hours
16.6 24.4 24.3 43.2
(40% of rated lamp life for 400W HPS Lamps)
Footcandles at 14,000 hours a Recommended for cold storage applications
16.4 24.1 19.2 40.0
(40% of rated lamp life for T5HO lamps)
Note: Calculations are based on fixtures mounted at 25’ on center, two-row installation, 25’ mounting height for a 10’ wide aisle. Industry standard light loss factors for the different
systems were applied. Work plane is at the floor. Where lamp manufacturer published data varies, the most conservative figure has been used.
 
FFB14 Series Cold Storage Luminaire Cold Storage Lighting Application Guide
Fluorescent luminaires require careful design to achieve superior performance in cold environments. The FFB
series fluorescent luminaires have been individually tested at each design temperature for light level output.
The cold temperature thermal factor should be used as additional light loss factor when calculating footcandle
levels. Because these luminaires were designed especially for cold storage applications they actually perform
better in these temperatures than in normal 25°C environments.

FFB14 Series Luminaire Performance Characteristics


Design Lamp Fixture Design Wattage at Cold Temperature
Lamp Type & Quantity Lumen Package Wattage Temperature Thermal Factor

34°F/2°C Ambient Temperature

4-Lamp T5HO 17,800 234 211 1.20


4-Lamp T8 Normal Ballast Factor 10,440 108 119 1.14
4-Lamp T8 High Ballast Factor 13,688 144 137 1.22

0°F/-18°C Ambient Temperature

12” 4-Lamp T5HO 17,800 234 235 1.30


4-Lamp T8 Normal Ballast Factor 10,440 108 108 0.90
4-Lamp T8 High Ballast Factor 13,688 144 149 1.11
5 1/4”
-20°F/-29°C Ambient Temperature

4-Lamp T5HO 17,800 234 238 1.24


4-Lamp T8 Normal Ballast Factor 10,440 108 100 0.56
Fluorescent 1’ x 4’ Enclosed & Gasketed - T5HO & T8 4-Lamp T8 High Ballast Factor 13,688 144 144 0.97
The FFB14 series fluorescent luminaire provides significant energy savings, improved color recognition, and longer
maintenance cycles for cold storage facilities. Improvements in lamp and ballast technology combined with SpecLight’s
Motion sensors can be used in many cases for increased energy savings in cold storage applications. Detailed
engineering experience have come together to create a better alternative to HID systems for low-temperature
environments. The FFB14 1’x4’ series is especially suited for aisles up to 25’ mounting height using the task beam optics. testing has been conducted at SpecLight to determine the performance characteristics of sensors in various
The spread beam optics are designed for loading dock and staging areas with mounting heights to 18 feet. lamp control configurations. The primary design factor that should be considered in using sensors is the time
• Specular aluminum reflectors are precision formed of 95% reflectance Alanod MIRO®4. required for cold lamps to come up to a reasonable level of brightness to serve the required task.
• Luminaire designs are engineered for high light output and tested in an in-house thermal chamber for cold environments down
to -20°F/-29°C ambient temperatures.
Lamp Control Configuration Recommendation for Motion Sensors
• Housing and door are double gasketed to contain lamp heat energy for maximum lumen output at low temperatures. Number of Lamps to be Switched Using Motion Sensor
Lamp Type & Quantity
• Luminaire housing is powder coated after fabrication standard to seal all exposed steel parts for corrosion protection. High Activity Aisle* Low Activity Aisle**

• Mounting is accomplished with two-point chain or aircraft cable hangers connected to external integral housing brackets.
34°F/2°C Ambient Temperature
• Motion sensor control options are available as an externally mounted accessory.
4-Lamp T5HO All Lamps All Lamps
• Integral emergency battery back-up options are available for most models.
4-Lamp T8 Normal Ballast Factor 2 Lamps All Lamps
4-Lamp T8 High Ballast Factor 2 Lamps All Lamps

FFB14 AB 0°F/-18°C Ambient Temperature

4-Lamp T5HO 2 Lamps All Lamps


Series Photometric Distribution Voltage Gasketing Options 4-Lamp T8 Normal Ballast Factor 2 Lamps All Lamps
FFB14 1’x4’ housing T1 Task Beam HVOLT 347 - 480V, 60 Hz AB Double Gasketing AL Aluminum Construction
S1 Spread Beam MVOLT 120 - 277V, 60Hz 4-Lamp T8 High Ballast Factor 2 Lamps All Lamps
Lamp Configuration Reflector Ballast Configuration Lamps
3 3-lamp profile X12 MIRO® 4, 0.012” (blank) (2) 2-lamp ballast (blank) No Lamps -20°F/-29°C Ambient Temperature
4 4-lamp profile X20 MIRO® 4, 0.020” 1/3 (1) 3-lamp ballast LP841 Std Life, 4100°K, 85 CRI
1/4 (1) 4-lamp ballast LP841A Amalgam, 4100°K, 82 CRI 4-Lamp T5HO NR All Lamps
4-Lamp T8 Normal Ballast Factor NR NR
Lamp Type/Wattage Lamp Shielding Ballast Type
54T5HO F54T5HO 4-Lamp T8 High Ballast Factor NR NR
ACL Clear Acrylic, 0.125” GEB10PS 1.0 BF, ≤10% THD, PRS
32 F32T8 PCL125 Clear Polycarbonate, 0.125” GEB10IS* Normal BF, ≤10% THD, IS * Luminaire achieves at least 40% of light output at the indicated temperature in 5 sec. or less
GEB10ISH* High BF, ≤10% THD, IS ** Luminaire achieves 40% to 80% of light output at the indicated temperature in greater than 5 sec. or less than 20 min.
Note: NR indicates that the use of sensors for this fixture at this temperature is not recommended due to excessive time for lamps to reach a reasonable brightness level
* Option is only available with T8 lamp type
 
FFB164 Series Cold Storage Luminaire Cold Storage Lighting Application Guide
Fluorescent luminaires require careful design to achieve superior performance in cold environments. The FFB
series fluorescent luminaires have been individually tested at each design temperature for light level output.
The cold temperature thermal factor should be used as additional light loss factor when calculating footcandle
levels. Because these luminaires were designed especially for cold storage applications they actually perform
better in these temperatures than in normal 25°C environments.

FFB164 Series Luminaire Performance Characteristics


Design Lamp Fixture Design Wattage at Cold Temperature
Lamp Type & Quantity Lumen Package Wattage Temperature Thermal Factor

34°F/2°C Ambient Temperature

6-Lamp T5HO 26,700 354 322 1.23


6-Lamp T8 Normal Ballast Factor 15,660 168 169 1.16
6-Lamp T8 High Ballast Factor 20,532 224 206 1.20

0°F/-18°C Ambient Temperature


16” 6-Lamp T5HO 26,700 354 352 1.25
6-Lamp T8 Normal Ballast Factor 15,660 168 170 1.11
6-Lamp T8 High Ballast Factor 20,532 224 225 1.26
5 1/4”
-20°F/-29°C Ambient Temperature

6-Lamp T5HO 26,700 354 363 1.24

Fluorescent 16” x 4’ Enclosed & Gasketed - T5HO & T8 6-Lamp T8 Normal Ballast Factor 15,660 168 153 0.95
The FFB164 series fluorescent luminaire provides significant energy savings, improved color recognition, and longer 6-Lamp T8 High Ballast Factor 20,532 224 216 1.26
maintenance cycles for cold storage facilities. Improvements in lamp and ballast technology combined with SpecLight’s
engineering experience have come together to create a better alternative to HID systems for low-temperature environments. Motion sensors can be used in many cases for increased energy savings in cold storage applications. Detailed
The FFB164 16”x4’ series is especially suited for aisles up to 30’ mounting height using the task beam optics. The spread testing has been conducted at SpecLight to determine the performance characteristics of sensors in various
beam optics are designed for loading dock and staging areas with mounting heights to 24 feet. lamp control configurations. The primary design factor that should be considered in using sensors is the time
• Specular aluminum reflectors are precision formed of 95% reflectance Alanod MIRO®4. required for cold lamps to come up to a reasonable level of brightness to serve the required task.
• Luminaire designs are engineered for high light output and tested in an in-house thermal chamber for cold environments down
to -20°F/-29°C ambient temperatures. Lamp Control Configuration Recommendation for Motion Sensors
• Housing and door are double gasketed to contain lamp heat energy for maximum lumen output at low temperatures. Number of Lamps to be Switched Using Motion Sensor
• Luminaire housing is powder coated after fabrication standard to seal all exposed steel parts for corrosion protection. Lamp Type & Quantity High Activity Aisle* Low Activity Aisle**
• Mounting is accomplished with two-point chain or aircraft cable hangers connected to external integral housing brackets.
34°F/2°C Ambient Temperature
• Motion sensor control options are available as an externally mounted accessory.
• Integral emergency battery back-up options are available for most models. 6-Lamp T5HO All Lamps All Lamps
6-Lamp T8 Normal Ballast Factor 3 Lamps All Lamps
6-Lamp T8 High Ballast Factor 3 Lamps All Lamps

FFB164 AB 0°F/-18°C Ambient Temperature

6-Lamp T5HO 3 Lamps All Lamps


Series Photometric Distribution Voltage Gasketing Options
6-Lamp T8 Normal Ballast Factor 3 Lamps All Lamps
FFB164 16”x4’ housing T1 Task Beam HVOLT 347 - 480V, 60 Hz AB Double Gasketing AL Aluminum Construction
S1 Spread Beam MVOLT 120 - 277V, 60Hz 6-Lamp T8 High Ballast Factor 3 Lamps All Lamps
Lamp Configuration Reflector Ballast Configuration Lamps
4 4-lamp profile X12 MIRO® 4, 0.012” (blank) (2) 2-lamp ballast (blank) No Lamps -20°F/-29°C Ambient Temperature
6 6-lamp profile X20 MIRO® 4, 0.020” 2/3 (2) 3-lamp ballast LP841 Std Life, 4100°K, 85 CRI
1/41/2 (1) 4-lamp & (1) 2-lamp ballast LP841A Amalgam, 4100°K, 82 CRI 6-Lamp T5HO NR All Lamps
1/4 (1) 4-lamp ballast
6-Lamp T8 Normal Ballast Factor NR NR
Lamp Type/Wattage Lamp Shielding Ballast Type
54T5HO F54T5HO ACL Clear Acrylic, 0.125” GEB10PS 1.0 BF, ≤10% THD, PRS 6-Lamp T8 High Ballast Factor NR NR
32 F32T8 PCL125 Clear Polycarbonate, 0.125” GEB10IS* Normal BF, ≤10% THD, IS * Luminaire achieves at least 40% of light output at the indicated temperature in 5 sec. or less
GEB10ISH* High BF, ≤10% THD, IS ** Luminaire achieves 40% to 80% of light output at the indicated temperature in greater than 5 sec. or less than 20 min.
* Option is only available with T8 lamp type Note: NR indicates that the use of sensors for this fixture at this temperature is not recommended due to excessive time for lamps to reach a reasonable brightness level
 
FFB24 Series Cold Storage Luminaire Cold Storage Lighting Application Guide
Fluorescent luminaires require careful design to achieve superior performance in cold environments. The FFB
series fluorescent luminaires have been individually tested at each design temperature for light level output.
The cold temperature thermal factor should be used as additional light loss factor when calculating footcandle
levels. Because these luminaires were designed especially for cold storage applications they actually perform
better in these temperatures than in normal 25°C environments.

FFB24 Series Luminaire Performance Characteristics


Design Lamp Fixture Design Wattage at Cold Temperature
Lamp Type & Quantity Lumen Package Wattage Temperature Thermal Factor

34°F/2°C Ambient Temperature

8-Lamp T5HO 35,600 468 448 1.19


8-Lamp T8 Normal Ballast Factor 20,880 216 230 1.13
8-Lamp T8 High Ballast Factor 27,376 288 262 1.20

0°F/-18°C Ambient Temperature


23 5/8” 8-Lamp T5HO 35,600 468 490 1.22
8-Lamp T8 Normal Ballast Factor 20,880 216 217 0.95
8-Lamp T8 High Ballast Factor 27,376 288 290 1.24
5 1/4”
-20°F/-29°C Ambient Temperature

8-Lamp T5HO 35,600 468 486 1.06

Fluorescent 2’ x 4’ Enclosed & Gasketed - T5HO & T8 8-Lamp T8 Normal Ballast Factor 20,880 246 201 0.64

The FFB24 series fluorescent luminaire provides significant energy savings, improved color recognition, and longer 8-Lamp T8 High Ballast Factor 27,376 288 278 1.05
maintenance cycles for cold storage facilities. Improvements in lamp and ballast technology combined with SpecLight’s
engineering experience have come together to create a better alternative to HID systems for low-temperature Motion sensors can be used in many cases for increased energy savings in cold storage applications. Detailed
environments. The FFB24 2’x4’ series is especially suited for aisles and area lighting where higher footcandle levels are testing has been conducted at SpecLight to determine the performance characteristics of sensors in various
desired or for mounting heights over 30 feet. Task beam optics are designed for aisles and spread beam optics are for lamp control configurations. The primary design factor that should be considered in using sensors is the time
use in open areas.
required for cold lamps to come up to a reasonable level of brightness to serve the required task.
• Specular aluminum reflectors are precision formed of 95% reflectance Alanod MIRO®4.
• Luminaire designs are engineered for high light output and tested in an in-house thermal chamber for cold environments down
Lamp Control Configuration Recommendation for Motion Sensors
to -20°F/-29°C ambient temperatures.
Number of Lamps to be Switched Using Motion Sensor
• Housing and door are double gasketed to contain lamp heat energy for maximum lumen output at low temperatures. Lamp Type & Quantity High Activity Aisle* Low Activity Aisle**
• Luminaire housing is powder coated after fabrication standard to seal all exposed steel parts for corrosion protection.
• Mounting is accomplished with two-point chain or aircraft cable hangers connected to external integral housing brackets. 34°F/2°C Ambient Temperature

• Motion sensor control options are available as an externally mounted accessory. 8-Lamp T5HO All Lamps All Lamps
• Integral emergency battery back-up options are available for most models. 8-Lamp T8 Normal Ballast Factor 4 Lamps All Lamps
8-Lamp T8 High Ballast Factor 4 Lamps All Lamps

FFB24 AB 0°F/-18°C Ambient Temperature

8-Lamp T5HO 4 Lamps All Lamps


Series Photometric Distribution Voltage Gasketing Options
8-Lamp T8 Normal Ballast Factor 4 Lamps All Lamps
FFB24 2’x4’ housing T1 Task Beam HVOLT 347 - 480V, 60 Hz AB Double Gasketing AL Aluminum Construction
S1 Spread Beam MVOLT 120 - 277V, 60Hz 8-Lamp T8 High Ballast Factor 4 Lamps All Lamps
Lamp Configuration Reflector Ballast Configuration Lamps
6 6-lamp profile X12 MIRO® 4, 0.012” (blank) (2) 2-lamp ballast (blank) No Lamps -20°F/-29°C Ambient Temperature
8 8-lamp profile X20 MIRO® 4, 0.020” 2/3 (2) 3-lamp ballast LP841 Std Life, 4100°K, 85 CRI
1/41/2 (1) 4-lamp & (1) 2-lamp ballast LP841A Amalgam, 4100°K, 82 CRI 8-Lamp T5HO NR All Lamps
2/4 (2) 4-lamp ballast 8-Lamp T8 Normal Ballast Factor NR NR
Lamp Type/Wattage Lamp Shielding Ballast Type
54T5HO F54T5HO ACL Clear Acrylic, 0.125” 8-Lamp T8 High Ballast Factor NR NR
GEB10PS 1.0 BF, ≤10% THD, PRS
32 F32T8 PCL125 Clear Polycarbonate, 0.125” GEB10IS* Normal BF, ≤10% THD, IS * Luminaire achieves at least 40% of light output at the indicated temperature in 5 sec. or less
GEB10ISH* High BF, ≤10% THD, IS ** Luminaire achieves 40% to 80% of light output at the indicated temperature in greater than 5 sec. or less than 20 min.
Note: NR indicates that the use of sensors for this fixture at this temperature is not recommended due to excessive time for lamps to reach a reasonable brightness level
* Option is only available with T8 lamp type
 
Sensor Application Guide Options and Accessories
For Cold Storage Warehouses External Motion Sensors**
• SNSE - 360° for heights of 25’ or above
Mounting Options

• SNRE - 360° for heights less than 25’


• SNAE - Aisle single wedge (end)
• SNBE - Aisle single wedge (center)
Factory Installed Options
Cordsets (6’ white w/ plug)
HBBS36 MHYTGB10 MHYHKB10
• CP1S - 120V, w/ NEMA 5-15P
Chain Aircraft Cable Aircraft Cable
• CP1T - 277V, w/ NEMA L7-15P
Hanger* w/ Toggle* w/ Hook*
• CP2T - 480V, w/ NEMA L8-20P
Consult Factory for These Options * 2 hangers per kit; must be ordered separately
Motion sensors can be used in • Emergency Battery Packs (Specify Voltage)*** ** Motion sensor must be ordered as a fixture option in the catalog number string.
Lamp Control Configuration Recommendations Fixtures are factory wired to accommodate field installation of the sensor. Program
many cases for increased energy • Fusing (Specify Voltage)
(number of lamps switched using motion sensor) rapid start ballast recommended for use with motion sensor control where more than
savings in cold storage applications. • Specialty Cordset (Specify Voltage) 10 on-off cycles occur in each 24-hour period.
High Activity Aisle: *** Most emergency batteries are rated to 32°F. Special batteries are available for lower
Detailed testing has been conducted temperature as a special order. Consult factory for lower temperature options.
+ Achieves 40% of light output in 5 sec. or less
at SpecLight to determine the Series Lamp Description 34°F/2°C 0°F/-18°C -20°F/-29°C
performance characteristics of 4-lamps T5HO All Lamps 2 Lamps NR
sensors in various lamp control
configurations. The primary design
FFB14 4-lamps T8 Normal Ballast
4-lamps T8 High Ballast
2 Lamps
2 Lamps
2 Lamps
2 Lamps
NR
NR
Case Study
50% Energy Savings Over HID
factor that should be considered in 4-lamps T5HO All Lamps NR NR
This frozen food distribution warehouse facility
using sensors is the time required 6-lamps T5HO All Lamps 3 Lamps NR
FFB164
6-lamps T8 Normal Ballast 3 Lamps 3 Lamps NR
located on the West Coast was illuminated with
for cold lamps to come up to a
6-lamps T8 High Ballast 3 Lamps 3 Lamps NR conventional 400-watt probe start metal halide high
reasonable level of brightness to
6-lamps T5HO All Lamps NR NR bay style luminaires. The users complained of dark
serve the required task.
8-lamps T5HO All Lamps 4 Lamps NR areas with deep shadows. Fluorescent task beam
6-lamps T8 Normal Ballast NR NR NR distribution luminaires were installed on a one-for-one
The starting and warm-up FFB24
8-lamps T8 Normal Ballast 4 Lamps 4 Lamps NR basis that reduced energy significantly and increased
characteristics of T5HO and T8 6-lamps T8 High Ballast NR NR NR maintained illumination.
lamps differ and the time to achieve 8-lamps T8 High Ballast 4 Lamps 4 Lamps NR
reasonable brightness varies based
Energy Savings
• Existing System: 400-watts MH High Bay Luminaire Before
on the temperature of the lamp
Low Activity Aisle:
when it is required to start. In order + Achieves 40% to 80% of light output in greater than 5 sec. and less than 20 min.
with 460-watts input
to maintain some warmth in the Series Lamp Description 34°F/2°C 0°F/-18°C -20°F/-29°C • New System: FFB14 Series 4-F54T5HO Task Beam
fixture to improve the warm-up 4-lamps T5HO All Lamps All Lamps All Lamps with 235-watts input
time a strategy of leaving two or FFB14 4-lamps T8 Normal Ballast All Lamps All Lamps NR
4-lamps T8 High Ballast All Lamps All Lamps NR
• Overall Energy Savings: One-for-One Replacement
more lamps on continuously can
4-lamps T5HO All Lamps All Lamps NR = 50%
be deployed. The chart indicates
possible lamp control configurations FFB164
6-lamps T5HO All Lamps All Lamps All Lamps Lighting System Improvements
6-lamps T8 Normal Ballast All Lamps All Lamps NR
for high and low activity aisles. • Existing System: CRI of 65, Lamp Lumen
6-lamps T8 High Ballast All Lamps All Lamps NR
Application should be made based Depreciation of 0.65, Lamp life 20,000 hours
6-lamps T5HO All Lamps All Lamps NR
on understanding the specific 8-lamps T5HO All Lamps All Lamps All Lamps • New System: CRI of 85, Lamp Lumen Depreciation
operation for each project. 6-lamps T8 Normal Ballast All Lamps NR NR
After
FFB24
of 0.95, Lamp life 35,000 hours
8-lamps T8 Normal Ballast All Lamps All Lamps NR
6-lamps T8 High Ballast All Lamps NR NR
8-lamps T8 High Ballast All Lamps All Lamps NR

Note: NR indicates that the use of sensors for this fixture at this temperature is not recommended due to excessive
time for lamps to reach a reasonable brightness level

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