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Item specifics

Condition:
New – Open box:
An item in excellent, new condition with no functional defects. The item may be missing original packaging and may have been used for testing or demo purposes. The item includes accessories found with the original product and may include a warranty. See the seller's listing for full details and description.
Seller Notes:
“new, open box, complete”
Model:
ELA G LRIS 120/277 EL N
Modified Item:
No
Lighting:
Fluorescent
Custom Bundle:
No
Material:
Metal
Type:
Rough-In Section
MPN:
ELA G LRIS 120/277 EL N
Brand:
Lithonia Lighting







Lithonia Lighting ELA G LRIS 120/277 EL N Rough In for Edge Lit

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