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Litetronics Expands Revolutionary LED Troffer Retrofit-Kit Family


3/2/2015

 

Feb. 27, 2015 — Litetronics' 2-by-2-foot LED Retrofit Kit delivers superior energy savings and operating life compared to linear fluorescents.

It provides the evenly distributed, flicker-free luminous white-light output sought for today’s office and other commercial buildings, retail stores, manufacturing plants, medical facilities, schools, and warehouses, for professional specification and installation.

A single Litetronics three-lamp 2-by-2-foot LED Retrofit Kit consuming a mere 32 total watts replaces typical U-shape linear fluorescent T8 lamp systems using 56 to 60 watts, while matching lumen output and light distribution. With a rated operating life of 85,000 hours per Litetronics unit, facility owners and operators enjoy near 50 percent energy savings or more compared to T8 U-shape linear fluorescents, throughout more years of use.

The new retrofit is UL listed, DLC recognized, and backed by a seven-year factory warranty.

Installation of the kit is quick (typically three minutes) and easy. It greatly reduces the labor cost of complete fixture replacements or other LED retrofit kits.

After removing lamps, ballast cover, and ballast, the kit literally pops securely into the existing troffer housing. It is permanently held in place with Litetronics' patent- pending “rare-earth” magnetized system, allowing a hands-free completion of installation and connection.

The kit takes the guesswork out of fluorescent troffer retrofitting for professional lighting specifiers, lighting distributors, and contractors alike. It is a completely autonomous one-piece unit, suited for 120v to 277v systems. It avoids all time and costs of removing and recycling perfectly good ceiling fluorescent-troffer housings.

For more information, visit www.Litetronics.com.

 

 


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