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Hi, this is James Abraham with Warehouse-Lighting.com, just wanted to show you some of our new LED plug and play lamps that are available in multiple colors for 4200 to 5200. They are 2220 lumens per lamp. They are also 22 watts so that’s one for every 100. So, a great thing about this plug and play lamp is you don’t have to remove the ballast. You can go into a building and you can retrofit all the fixtures. They’re also DLC so they’re rebate compatible.

What I’m looking at right now is a parabolic troffer. There are three lamps in it. I’m taking 96 watts and reducing down to 66 so you’re saving about a third of the energy costs here. Like I said, the great thing about this is the removal of the ballast is nonexistent. The only problem with that is that if the ballast goes bad you need to replace the ballast. So, what I’m going do is I’m first doing the 4200. I’m going to turn off the light to just to take off the reflector so you guys can see it. This is an independent ballast so there’s actually two ballasts in this. Turn it off. We’re going to pull the lamps. These are regular 32-watt fluorescents and just to give you an idea of the caliber ratings for the brightness, these are 6500 now.

What we’re going to do is pull the plug and play lamps. These are the 4200-lumen lamps. They have end cap protectors, you want to remove these, then you want to install the lamps. Put that directly into the old tombstones and make sure that it faces front down. When wanting to save labor costs and having electricians install, this is a great way to go to save energy. Alright, turn this on, like I said it’s double ballasts so you got two different tubes. So, that’s the 4200 a lot of light on the 4200. I suggest for office space tends to be a little less dramatic than going to what was like originally there which was a 6500, but like I said you know there’s no changing the ballast. It’s relatively inexpensive on the site. They’re a bargain right now. So, I’m going to show you with the 5000 now that you see what the 4200 Kelvin looks like. Let’s switch it over to the 5000 again. Going to remove the end caps, easy as cake. Let’s turn on the power to give you an idea of the 5000. Great for industrial applications, commercial applications where you wanted a little bit brighter, whiter light. So, that gives you an idea. We’ll put on the lens cover just so you can see what it looks like with what was in here. This can work with all types of four-foot troffers. We also have two-foot tubes available, too. This is a little bit of a bear. There we go. Now you can kind of see the difference between, you know, the five thousands and what was in there was a 6500 and I purely think that’s as bright as that 6500 was. If you’ve got any questions, feel free to give us a call. We’ll try to help you out as much as possible. Like I said the great thing about this is it’s all plug and play so basically you’re just putting in the bulbs and you’re saving yourself about a third in energy costs also. Like I said, it’s DLC so it's available for rebates in your area. You just have to check your local utilities. Thanks. Have a great day.