Modified Green High Bay Fixture - TCP MG4RA632UNIH10CSPF
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400 Watt Metal Halide Replacement

TCP MG4RA632UNIH10CSPF - Green High Bay Fixture - T8 - 6 Lamp - 120-277 Volt

The Quick Ship Green High Bay Fluorescent Light Fixture by TCP is designed for optimum performance. A more efficient alternative to metal halide systems, the Green Hi-Bay's heavy duty frame is composed of an aluminum back bone and end caps with a 92% reflective aluminum finish. Sockets include secure positioning rotating collars. Includes 10 foot cord without plug. Free freight available on qualifying orders. Call for details. Bulbs are not included.


Stock Code:  TCP-MG4RA632HQS
Part No.:  MG4RA632UNIH10CSPF
Ballast Type:  Electronic Fluorescent
Bulbs Included:  No
Width:  17.5 in.
Finish:  White
Light Source:  Linear Fluorescent
Operates:  F32T8 Lamps
Start Method:  Instant Start
Warranty:  1 Year
Brand:  TCP
Voltage:  120/277
Bulb Shape:  T8
Length:  48 in.
Height:  3.75 in.
HID Equivalent:  Approx. 400W
Number of Lamps:  6
Reflector Type:  92 % Reflective Aluminum
UL Listed:  Damp Locations


A damp location is a location, either exterior or interior, that is normally or periodically subject to condensation of moisture in, on or adjacent to the luminaire. Article 100 states these are locations often protected from weather and not subject to saturation with water or other liquids but may be subject to moderate degrees of moisture. These could include partially protected locations under canopies, marquees, roofed open porches and some basements, barns and cold-storage facilities, such as walk-in coolers, freezers and warehouses.

A wet location is one where the luminaire is subject to saturation with water or other liquids, such as in a vehicle washing area, or where the luminaire is mounted in an unprotected location and directly subjected to the weather. Underground installations and installations where concrete slabs or masonry are in direct contact with the earth are also considered to be wet locations.

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