Industrial lighting

UTB series features 28,000 lumens, LED drivers, and an OP16 opalescent reflector, as well as smooth opalescent appearance.

03/01/2016


UTB series features 28,000 lumens, LED drivers, and an OP16 opalescent reflector, as well as smooth opalescent appearance. Courtesy: Hubbell LightingHubbell Lighting's UTB series features 28,000 lumens, LED drivers, and an OP16 opalescent reflector that offers efficiency. Illuminated, the UTB provides a smooth opalescent appearance. The UTB addresses the utility, flexibility, and other needs of industrial, gymnasium, retail, and warehouse applications. The fixture's round, symmetrical design makes it suitable for retrofit applications. The UTB offers five reflector options as well as three optional lenses. The conduit enables it to replace existing highbays and features monopoint mounting with ¾ in. Additional features of the UTB include 40 efficient LEDs, voltage of 120 to 277 Vac, and working temperatures ranging from -40 to 104°F.

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