Lithonia Lighting JJ13LW 120 M6
6.375" 1 Light 13 Watt Fluorescent Outdoor Entry Wall Sconce from the Contractor Select Collection
Lithonia Lighting JJ13L 120 M6 Contractor Select 6.375" 1 Light 13 Watt Fluorescent Outdoor Entry Wall Sconce
For entrances in motels, condominiums and other pedestrian areas. Die-cast aluminum housing with electrostatically applied dark bronze polyester powder finish. White finish available. Both white polycarbonate globe and cylinder-shaped lens are included with each fixture. Ballast: 120V. Socket: Medium-base porcelain socket, vertically oriented with copper alloy, nickel-plated screw shell and center contact. Fluorescent 2-pin socket. Building-mounted over junction box. Listed and labeled to UL standards for wet locations. Listed and labeled to CSA standards. Fixtures are covered by Lithonia Lighting 12-month warranty against mechanical defects in manufacture.
- Fluorescent Entry Light
- Globe and cylinder-shaped lens included
- Die-cast aluminum housing
- Suitable for Wet Locations
- Length: 6.375"
- Width: 4.375"
- Height: 6.375" (Globe Lens), 7.375" (Cylinder-Shaped Lens)
- Number of Lamps: 1
- Wattage: 13
- Voltage: 120
- Lamp Included: Yes
Lithonia Lighting, an Acuity Brands Company, has delivered the Best Value in Lighting® for more than 60 years, providing the industry’s broadest line of commercial, industrial, institutional and residential fixtures. Their products have always been known for quality, reliability and solid performance, making Lithonia Lighting the most specified brand in the lighting business. In addition to product strength, superior customer service has long been a hallmark of Lithonia Lighting. From product specification and selection through delivery and beyond, their people are committed to making it easy for you to get the products and the information you need, when you need them.
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