For controlled environments that require a balance between high vertical and horizontal illumination. Ideal for retail areas, light manufacturing areas and aisles. Certain airborne contaminants can diminish integrity of acrylic. Refer to Acrylic Environmental Compatibility tables for suitable uses.
Housing: Rugged, heavy-duty, die-cast aluminum with white polyester powder finish. Electrical components horizontally opposed and heat-sinked to ballast housing for cooler operation.
Injection-molded, virgin acrylic reflector and conical lens. UV stabilized. Hinge and lens retainer latches facilitate tool-less removal for maintenance and cleaning. Totally enclosed, gasketed refractor and reflector inhibit the entrance of ambient contaminants. Meets UL lamp rupture containment specifications. Coated lamps provide optimum performance.
Ballast: All ballasts are 100% factory tested. HPS: Constant wattage autotransformer. MH: 175-450W fixtures shipped within the U.S. require super CWA pulse start ballasts which are 88% efficient and EISA-legislation compliant (must specify SCWA option). CSA, NOM or INTL options required for probe start shipments outside the U.S.
Socket: Vertically oriented mogul base protected exclusionary "PINK" socket with copper alloy, nickel-plated screw shell and center contact. For use with O-rated, protected metal halide lamps only.
Pendant splice box 16-gauge galvanized steel with polyester powder finish. Removable box slides on integral die-cast aluminum housing mounting flange and mounts to 3/4" pendant conduit prior to ballast housing installation. Matching wire access cover accepts RELOC® modular wiring. Complete assembly meets or exceeds UL 50-pound pull test.
Optic mounting: Four 8-32 zinc-plated, tri-lobular, threaded-rolling screws are arranged concentrically around the lamp socket. 16-gauge, die-formed steel plate with matching keyhole slot pattern for vibration-resistant mounting. For areas where reflectors are subject to impact (gymnasiums, etc.) add FWG (full wireguard) to catalog number.