Lay-in LED retrofit kit

LumenFocus' FFR is a lay-in LED retrofit kit that replaces existing fluorescent troffer applications.

06/09/2017


LumenFocus' FFR is a lay-in LED retrofit kit that replaces existing fluorescent troffer applications.LumenFocus FFR is a lightweight, low profile kit. It is simple to install, it can be installed in less than 5 minutes. Once the existing fluorescent luminaire is de-energized and the fluorescent components are removed, the FFR’s end caps and LED panels slide into place and are connected to the existing housing with quarter turns. All the necessary hardware is included with the kit. The easy installation helps save on waste and labor cost. The FFR ranges from 2,200 to 9,000 lumens, depending on the options selected. They are capable of producing up to 145 lumens per watt. The FFR can retrofit an existing 2x2, 2x4 or 1x4 troffer fixture, making it ideal for most commercial and institutional applications – offices, retail stores, classrooms, and health care facilities, to name a few.

LumenFocus

www.lumenfocus.com



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