Product Selection Guide Page 552 Product Selection Guide-11th Edition

Catalog number UPC Description Lumens Wattage Voltage Color temperature Pallet quantity Standard carton quantity MNSL MV M6 7535739545437 LED dry location striplight 2100 24 120-277 4000K, 88 CRI 504 1 PRODUCT INFORMATION PSG11 552 LOW BAY Intended Use Ideal one-for-one replacement of conventional lighting systems such as HID and fluorescent. Applica- tions include manufacturing, warehousing and other large indoor spaces with mounting heights ranging from 10'-20' to the bottom of the luminaire. Luminaire shall be suspend-mounted only. Surface mounting is not permitted. Features Die-formed aluminum alloy chassis with integrated fins for superior cooling through natural convection Housing is rigidly designed to resist twisting and bowing Medium distribution to meet both horizontal and vertical light level requirements Reflectors are precision-formed and painted high-reflectance white Thermally protected driver(s) standard with 0-10V dimming Suitable for suspension mounting with appropriate accessories To maintain ambient listing, fixture must be mounted at a minimum of 24 inches below ceiling Listings CSA Certified to U.S. and Canadian safety standards. Damp location listed. Ambient operating temperatures from -20C to +40C. DesignLights Consortium qualified product for high bay and low bay fixtures for commercial and industrial buildings. Drawings are for dimensional detail only and may not represent actual mechanical configuration. Dimensions are shown in inches (centimeters) unless otherwise noted. ADDITIONAL INFORMATION For additional product information, visit LED LITHONIA LIGHTING INDUSTRIAL ORDERING INFORMATION Specifications subject to change. Example: MNSL MV M6 46-1/2 1-1/2 2 (5.1) (3.8) (118.1) LED DRY LOCATION STRIPLIGHT SPECIFICATIONS ALL DIMENSIONS ARE SHOWN IN INCHES (CENTIMETERS) UNLESS OTHERWISE NOTED. LUMENS LENGTH WIDTH DEPTH WEIGHT COMPARABLE LIGHT SOURCE 2100 46-1/2 (118.1) 1-1/2 (3.8) 2 (5.1) 3.96 lbs (1.8 kg) 1 - 32W T8 Certain airborne contaminants can diminish integrity of acrylic and polycarbonate. Refer to the Acrylic & Polycarbonate Environmental Compatibility tables on pages 1116-1117 for suitable uses.

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