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Howard Lighting T5 6-Lamp High Bay Lights Chrome HFA1A654APSMV000000I

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  • This set of high bay lights comes from the Howard brand and have the MPN: HFA1. They are T5 category bay lights with a 6-bar arrangement, come with a chrome finish and a white casing, and are designed to fit to ceilings and other interior surfaces. Suitable for use in industrial settings such as illuminating production lines, they can also be installed in homes and offices.

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товар 1 T5 4-Lamp High Bay Lights 1 – T5 4-Lamp High Bay Lights

товар 2 HIGH BAY 6 LAMP T5 HO FLUORESCENT FIXTURE SHOP WAREHOUSE LIGHT 2 – HIGH BAY 6 LAMP T5 HO FLUORESCENT FIXTURE SHOP WAREHOUSE LIGHT

товар 3 High Bay 6 Lamp / Bulb T5HO Fluorescent Light Fixture – HIGH OUTPUT T5 – NEW 3 – High Bay 6 Lamp / Bulb T5HO Fluorescent Light Fixture – HIGH OUTPUT T5 – NEW

товар 4 (4) T5 6-lamp High Bay Lights by Howard Lighting HFA1A654APSMV000000I Chrome 4 – (4) T5 6-lamp High Bay Lights by Howard Lighting HFA1A654APSMV000000I Chrome

товар 5 (4) T5 6-lamp High Bay Lights by Howard Lighting Home Depot Specular Chrome 5 – (4) T5 6-lamp High Bay Lights by Howard Lighting Home Depot Specular Chrome

товар 6 (4) T5 6-lamp High Output Fluorescent Light Fixtures High Low Bay Mirrored New 6 – (4) T5 6-lamp High Output Fluorescent Light Fixtures High Low Bay Mirrored New

товар 7 (6) T5 FLUORESCENT HIGH LOW BAY LIGHT FIXTURES 6 LAMP NEW Specular 7 – (6) T5 FLUORESCENT HIGH LOW BAY LIGHT FIXTURES 6 LAMP NEW Specular

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The best value (bang for the buck) HO Light for the shop .

I own a Machine Shop and I have recently replaced all of my High Bay 400 watt Metal Halide fixtures with 6 bulb 54 watt T5 HO lights. I bought a few from another supplier . Really not any better on the price but quite a bit cheaper made / China. So I ordered some of these Howard Lighting fixtures from Cors and wow I was really blown away with the huge step up in quality. If you buy these with the 5000 Kelvin bulbs the light is very white and true. Like the sunlight and very very bright. So I have bought 20 fixtures now from Cors and I could not be more pleased. Buy these with confidence . You will love the quality! Better components thru out.

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Great lights!

The shipping was very timely and all items arrived in good condition. These fixtures provide incredible light output and 6 fixtures light a 40×56 building with 14′ sidewalls very well. I would highly recommend these fixtures for any lighting needs that you may have. The T5 bulbs light immediately even in below freezing temperatures.

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Great product

great lighting for the shop and better for the cost of electricity

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Very high quality. Great value.

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Shunted vs. non-shunted sockets: How to tell what you need

As we often mention on this blog, lighting is complex.

Sockets is one of those topics that seems to intimidate a lot of our customers. Do you need shunted or non-shunted sockets? And what’s the difference? They don’t want to touch it with a 10-foot pole.

But we’re here to make lighting – and sockets – easier. There’s an easy way to know the difference between shunted and non-shunted sockets and when you need which.

And while we’re at it, we should explain that sockets are also called tombstones or lamp holders. They all serve the same purpose: to hold the lamp in place and provide electricity.

Do you know what kind of sockets you need?

Knowing which sockets you need for your linear lamps is very important. Using the wrong type can cause an electrical short, resulting in a fire hazard and melting the sockets, tubes, or both. It can also void the UL listing on your lamp or shorten the life of the lamp.

In this post, we will share some guidelines for telling the difference between shunted and non-shunted sockets and where to use them.

Telling the difference between shunted and non-shunted sockets

When you hear the word “shunted,” think “joined” or “connected”. Shunted sockets feature internally connected electrical contacts. This provides a single track for the electrical current to travel from the ballast, through the tombstone, or socket, and to the lamp’s pins.

Non-shunted sockets have separate contacts – or points of entry for the wires – creating two tracks for the electrical current to travel. Non-shunted sockets have contacts that are not joined or connected.

The diagram below visually demonstrates the difference you’ll most often see between the two types of sockets.

Because there are exceptions to this visual difference, the safest way to figure out what kind of sockets you have is to use a voltage meter. Most voltage meters will either light up or ring or beep if the electrical contacts are connected, or shunted.

Pro tip : make sure your voltage meter is turned to “continuity”.

As you can see above, shunted sockets receive voltage through a single set of wires and spread it to two contacts. Non-shunted sockets send voltage to each of the contacts, through two wiring tracks.

When to use shunted sockets and when to use non-shunted sockets

Now that you understand how shunted and non-shunted tombstones work and how they are different, here’s the information you’ve been waiting for: when to use which type. It really depends on the ballast.

Please note: the table below is meant to reflect broad-sweeping general recommendations for socket pairings, but there are exceptions. For example, there are T8 plug-and-play LEDs made to work with rapid-start ballasts and programmed-start ballasts, requiring non-shunted sockets. Always double check with your lighting specialist or the lamp manufacturer to know what sockets you need.

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Shunted or non-shunted?

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*There is the option to externally shunt a non-shunted socket with wires if you’re looking to adapt a non-shunted socket for an instant-start ballast. But, frankly, you may be better off buying new shunted sockets to avoid a lot of wiring work, especially if you have a large number of sockets to manually shunt.

There is quite a bit of risk involved if you do not buy the right sockets, so if you have any questions, don’t hesitate to speak with your lighting specialist.

We also sell more than light bulbs and sockets. If you’re ready to purchase, apply for an account to receive business pricing.

This article was originally published in 2016. It has been updated with the latest lighting technology.

How are shunted and non-shunted sockets different? We explain, along with guidelines on which sockets to use with different ballast types.