MaxLite Cooler and Freezer Lamps deliver crisp, bright light that creates attractive food and product displays in freezers and walk-in refrigerator cases. MaxLite Cooler and Freezer Lamps consume less energy, offer a longer life and perform better than fluorescent tubes in cold temperatures, making them the ideal choice for lighting freezers, walk-in refrigerators and reach-in coolers. In addition to lowering monthly energy and maintenance costs, the LED lamps operate with less heat, helping to reduce the risk of food spoilage. Offered in a color temperature of 4000K, the lamps deliver clean, bright light that enriches the colors of food to create more visually appealing displays.
Easy to incorporate into new or existing sign lighting or product displays, the MaxLite LED Cooler Door and Freezer tube lights feature a low mounting height and smooth construction that presents a clean, unobtrusive appearance in cases where space is limited. MaxLite Cooler and Freezer Lamps are offered in three lengths - 48, 60 and 72 inches - with corresponding energy consumption of 16.8, 22.1 and 25.7 watts. Engineered to operate on 120 volt circuits only, the LED cooler and freezer lamps combine with an internal constant voltage driver to provide an exceptionally long life of 50,000 hours at L70 standards. The internal driver is a 120V constant voltage driver that is non-dimming. Unlike fluorescent freezer bulbs, the LED lamps are unaffected by frequent switching, and can be configured for use with on/off switches and occupancy sensors.
This item is the MaxLite RL-36EXCRDBL (1409202) the optional 36" Extension cable, which has one (1) 2-pin male terminal at one end and one (1) 2-pin female terminals at the other. The RL-EXCRDBL allows you can daisy chain multiple tubes together (refer to the image below). Each 36" Extension is sold separately.
System Notes: Lamp Spacing / Photometry: Most refrigerating lighting is installed inside the case or cooler. Distances between lamps and product, and door sizes can affect lighting distribution and evenness. Please consider these factors when selecting a system.