6132Bcu3 6 Inch Non IC Housing With Dimming BallastCalculite 6 Commercial compact fluorescent frame-in kit with dimming option features a die-cast aluminum cup to dissipates heat and position lamp holder. Electronic 120V - 277V ballast UL listed for through branch circuit wiring with max of 8, 12 AWG, 90c supply conductors. Outboard mounted to reduce heat transfer and maintain lamp efficacy and life. Service from below without tools. Dimming ballast is PowerSpec, 120-277V, triple tube 4-Pin, 100 -10% dimming. Trim sold separately, required for a complete fixture. For use with 24q-3, 26W or 32W lamps, not included. 12.75W x 9.875H x 12.125L.
|Dimensions: 12.125"L x 9.875"H x 12.75"W|
|Lamp Source: Compact Fluorescent|
|Bulb: 1 x T4/GX24q-3/26W/120V Compact Fluorescent|
Bulb not included
|Ceiling Type: Drywall with Trim|
|Housing Type: New Construction NON IC|
|Aperture Shape: Round|
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