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Old 02-11-2017, 07:12 PM   #1
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What's up with some of these LED troffers? The ones we're using on the present job are Phillips Day Brite and there is only enough room for one MC or MC pcs and the junction is on the end and not the typical top location.We've decided we're going to to use junction boxes in the ceiling with one wire for each fixture.
that's the old high standard way.

my co-worker put handy boxes atop his fixtures but entry was on top.

what have you guys done? we have some rooms with 0-10 dimming and we're using MC pcs
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Old 02-11-2017, 10:27 PM   #2
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Use the two into one connectors. And get the mc with 0-10 volt wires in them. Mc pcs like you said, and Arlington 41411ost connectors.

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Usually the specs at the hospital I work at only allows one whip and no light to light runs.
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