EnviroLite T24P3T18M50D LED Tube Troffers

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Features EnviroLite LED tube troffers are the perfect solution for grid ceiling lighting needs. These light fixtures are designed to save energy and lower maintenance costs. The LED tubes use 30% less power to produce the same amount of light as fluorescent ceiling lighting. The LED tubed troffer is a low-maintenance solution that eliminates the need to replace wired ballasts and drivers; the power source is in the tube. Because it's LED, you will never hear the hum that fluorescent fixtures make. The LED tubes in this commercial lighting troffer provide 5000K daylight. The sturdy frame is easy to handle and installs directly into a grid ceiling using the built-in T-bar clips. The clear prismatic lens distributes the light evenly and blends in visually with other fluorescent fixtures. EnviroLite uses 50,000-hour LED chips in all commercial grade lighting tubes, and they are backed by a 5-year warranty. Troffers are ETL listed and IC rated for contact with insulation and can be installed in damp locations. The EnviroLite tubes included with this troffer are DLC listed to qualify for commercial lighting rebates and special incentives in certain areas. Save more by purchasing a 24 pack of these LED troffers available at homedepot.com.Designed to fit easily into 2 ft. x 4 ft. commercial lighting grid ceilings using built in T-bar clipsClear prismatic lens gives out uniform lightTroffer produces 5400 Lumens of 5,000K CCT Daylight using only 42-Watts; 120 to 277 multi-volt inputETL listed for IC and damp locationHigh quality LEDs last for 50,000 hours of continuous use; tubes are backed by a 5 year warrantyNoise free, low maintenance LED T8 tubes with power on board includedLED tubes are DLC listed to qualify for utility rebates and special incentives in selected areasLED tubes are DLC listed to qualify for utility rebates and special incentives in selected areas