Product Selection Guide Page 440 Product Selection Guide-11th Edition

PRODUCT INFORMATION PSG11 440 Series Lamp type Reflector Lens 3 Voltage Options LP6FN 13DTT 1 18DTT 26DTT 13TRT 1 18DTT/TRT 2 26-42TRT 2 18TRT 26TRT 32TRT 42TRT Choose reflector below. Housing and reflector may be ordered separately. Lamp types and maximum wattages are listed for each reflector. CGL Clear glass lens T73 Tempered glass prismatic lens PCL Clear polycarbonate lens MVOLT 4 120 277 347 5 ADEZ Advance Mark 10 electronic dimming ballast, 120V or 277V. Must be voltage specific. Minimum dimming level 5% ECOS Lutron EcoSystem electonic dimming ballast, 120V-277V. Must be wattage specific. Minimum dimming level 5% EL Emergency PSDL3 battery pack with integral test switch 6 ELR Emergency PSDL3 battery pack with remote test switch 6 ELHL IOTA I-420-R High lumen output emergency battery pack. Internal test switch provided. Maximum average lumen output is 1300 (42W) 7 ELRHL IOTA I-420-EM-B High lumen output emergency battery pack. Remote test switch provided. Maximum average lumen output is 1300 (42W) 7 GMF Single slow-blow fuse, must specify voltage BDP Ballast disconnect plug (meets codes that require in-fixture disconnect) RIF1 Radio interference filter TRW White flange with anodized reflectors LBH Less barhangers NEPP Interface for Sensor Switch nLight network with integral power supply. Refer to TN-623-01. WLP 35K lamp (shipped separately) ORDERING INFORMATION Specifications subject to change. Example: LP6FN 26-42TRT 6O9A MVOLT SPECIFICATION Intended Use Ideal for a wide variety of low- to medium-height ceiling applications including commercial, retail and hospitality spaces where open, baffled, wallwash and lensed reflectors are required. Features 16-gauge flat barhangers (included), C channels or 1/2 steel conduit conduit knockouts with pryout slots and removable access doors reflector via key hole mount, which provides superior heat dissipation and extended lamp life lamp lengths Listings Fixtures are UL Listed for through-branch wiring, NON-IC recessed mounting, damp location, and to U.S. and Canadian safety standards. LP6FN 1-Lamp, Double Twin-Tube (DTT) 1-Lamp, Triple-Tube (TRT) Open reflector Baffle with diffuse upper reflector Wallwash with integral kicker Glass lens (wet location) 6O9 White 3 6O9A Clear diffuse 3 6O9AZ Clear semi-specular 3 6O9G Gold diffuse 3 6O9GZ Gold semi-specular 3 6O9PR Pewter diffuse 3 6O9WTZ Wheat semi-specular 3 6B9 Black baffle 8 6B9W White baffle 8 6W9 White 6W9A Clear diffuse 6W9AZ Clear semi-specular 6W9G Gold diffuse 6W9GZ Gold semi-specular 6W9PR Pewter diffuse 6W9WTZ Wheat semi-specular 6LRF1 White splay, clear lens 8,9 6LRFB1 Black baffle, clear lens 8,9 6LR4 White splay, fresnel lens 8,9 6LRB4 Black baffle, fresnel lens 8,9 6LRF73 White splay, tempered prismatic lens 8,9 6LRFB73 Black baffle, tempered prismatic lens 8,9 26DTT 42TRT 10-3/4" 7-1/2" 26DTT 42TRT 26DTT 42TRT 10-3/4" 7-1/2" 10-3/4 7-1/2" 10-3/4" 7-1/2" 26DTT 42TRT ADDITIONAL INFORMATION For additional product information, visit www.lithonia.com. 6 Vertical www.lithonia.com STANDARD PACKAGING To order, use single master catalog number. Example: (13) LP6FN 26-42TRT 6O9A MVOLT Fixtures ship as multiple components using optimized packaging. Example above ships as: (Qty 13) LP6FN 26-42TRT MVOLT (13 cartons of one housing) (Qty 13) 6O9A (13 cartons of one reflector) 10-3/4 (27.3) 7-1/2 (19.1) 11 (27.9) 13 (33.0) Drawings are for dimensional detail only and may not represent actual mechanical configuration. Dimensions are shown in inches (centimeters) unless otherwise noted. Notes 1 Not available with ADEZ or ECOS. 2 Not available with WLP. 3 Damp lens available with 6O9 reflectors. 4 Electronic multi-volt ballast capable of operating any line voltage from 120-277V, 50 or 60Hz. 5 Not available with EL or ELR. 6 Add 3" (7.6) to width and 4-1/2" (11.4) to length. 7 Not recommended for field installation. 8 White painted flange (TRW) standard. 9 Lensed reflectors are wet location listed 10 Must be ordered with 0-10V dimming ballast. LITHONIA LIGHTING COMMERCIAL DOWNLIGHTING

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