LED retrofit kits

The LED retrofit kit connectability enhancements allow installers to electrically link more from one power source.


The Litetronics LED RetroFit kit connectability enhancements allow installers to electrically link more RetroFits from one power source. Courtesy: LitetronicsThe 16 W Litetronics LED retrofit kits are designed with one-tube products for upgrading fixtures using slim-line fluorescent tubes, and the 45 W kits offer lumen outputs comparable to many T8 and T12 high-output fluorescent tubes. The kit's connectability enhancements simplify in-line installations for large retail, cove lighting, and manufacturing strip fixture installations. Installers can electrically link more RetroFits from one power source. The kit allows installers to directly daisy-chain more products and includes easy-connecting accessories such as 8-in. and 4-foot direct jumper cables to address curves and gaps in the lighting layout. The single-tube 16 W kit delivers 2,200 lumens while the 45 W kit delivers 6,300 lumens.



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