4ft LED Ready Vapor Tight - 3 Lamps - Single End Wiring - LED T8 Bulbs Not Included

4 Reviews
$64.51
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1 – 9$64.51
10 – 23$61.93
24 +$59.35

Number of Lamps

2-Lamp
3-Lamp
SKU: LSV3XT8USE4806
Brand: MaxLite
Collection: MaxLite LSV Series
MPN: LSV3XT8USE4806
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The MaxLite lamp ready vapor tight series provides architects, specifiers, and buyers with a UL listed fixture engineered to operate the latest single ended LED T8 lamps on the market. Offering classic IP65 ratings, with spec grade stainless steel latches, these fixtures come pre-wired for single ended operating LED lamps for contractor ready installation as new or remodel fixtures.

  • Lamps not included
  • Ceiling or wall mounted
  • Surface mount brackets included
  • Stainless steel spec grade hasps and clips
  • Warranty: 5 years indoor - 3 years outdoor
  • Sockets are wired in sries via non-shunted sockets
  • Lead wires are 7' for tandem wiring, eliminating back and end knockouts

Ratings & Reviews

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2/1/2019 12:00:00 am

LED ready lights

by Gish L. -

Lights in stock, quick shipping, arrived not damaged
Thank you

4/10/2017 12:00:00 am

Great prices great products

by Monte R -

B"H Very happy with the purchase The Customer service was amazing. Thank you!

12/31/2016 12:00:00 am

Condo garage lighting replacement

by Elvis -

We have 11 2 lamp florescent light fixtures in our condominium garage. The current bulbs are t-12 and put out 3600 lumens each. I was not sure how many LED bulbs I would need to give me the same brightness, so I bought the one 1- 3 lamp Max lite fixtures and 3 lamps to test out the brightness to determine if I needed the 3 bulb fixture or 2 bulb Maxlite fixture. I bought 3 - 2200 Lumens 4 FT Retrofit LED T8 Tube Lamp - Frosted - 18 Watts - T8R-48-22L-50K-B.

I was quite shocked to find out that one lamp in the fixture provided adequate lighting for the space. One light fixture needed to adequately light 2 side by side stacked parking spaces in the garage. I asked the condo owners that use those 2 stacked side by side spaces if they thought there was enough light and both said it was fine.

For the remainder of the light fixtures I will probably buy the 2 lamp Maxlite fixture, and use one bulb. If one of the owner's feels the light is inadequate for them in their parking space, I can just add another bulb.

The installer of the fixture had an issue with securing the fixture to our concrete ceiling, something about the hole location in the fixture, so it took a bit longer to install, but only a minor inconvenience. Also, according to the installer, one of the bulbs that was delivered was tested in the fixture and did not light up, so it will have to be returned.

I hope this is helpful in your assessment of your lighting needs. The pricing at Bees is very competitive and the sales people were very nice and patient with all of my questions.