44-in 10,000 Lumen Integrated LED Tread Plate Shop Light

Good Earth Lighting 44-inch linkable shop light uses 100 watts and comes fully assembled with a lightweight, sleek design that can be used in hanging or flush mount installations. The rugged treadplate design in aluminum and frosted diffuser is ideal for your garage, workbench, basement, utility room, tool shed, or craft room. The shop light emits 10,000 lumens of light and is dimmable down to 5,000 lumens with an easy switch on the light. This LED shop light lasts up to 50,000 hours and provides a 4000K bright white color temperature. Link up to 4 (four) of the same shop light using the built-in linking outlet. This shop light is simple to operate with a long, easy-to-grab, on/off pull chain. This shop light is easy to install, long-lasting, and maintenance-free with no bulb to replace.

Specification
Related Model SH1311-AL3-45LF1-L, 3482200
Fixture Material Tread Plate
Fixture Color Chrome and Black
Glass/Lens Type Frosted
Mounting Chain Mount
Safety Rated Damp Location
Safety Listing ETL
Energy Star No
Light Included Yes
Light Source LED
Color Temperature 4000K
Color Rendering Index (CRI) 80
Color-Changing Temperature Yes
Rated LED Life 50,000 hours
Lumens 10000
Dimmable Yes
Dimming Type On Fixture - Two-Step Dimming by Switch (10000lm/5000lm)
Input Voltage 120V, 60Hz
Specification
Input Wattage 110
Battery Included No
Power Cord 5-ft cord with 3-prong grounded plug
Linkable Yes
Power Switch Pull Chain
Power Source Plug In
Warranty 5-Year Limited Warranty
Chain/Stem Length 12 inches
Fixture Size 44 in
Fixture Dimensions (inches) 44 x 4 x 2.1325
Fixture Weight (lbs) 2.6
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Customer Questions
Why do the LEDs glow, even when turned off?
Ghosting: When an LED lighting fixture continues to glow in the off position. This is usually due to mismatched driver and dimmer technology, ex: incandescent dimmer paired with an electronic low voltage driver. This can also be caused by a small amount of electricity passing to the fixture. It is not dangerous and does not take much electricity. It can also be a defective fixture.
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