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2-Lamp Wiring Harness for LED T8 Tubes Standard Socket by Keystone

2-Lamp Wiring Harness for LED T8 Tubes Standard Socket by Keystone
SKU: LEDLHWH1000037742
MPN: KT-SOCKET-T8-U-S-2-W
BRAND: Keystone
$19.77
$9.89

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$19.77
$9.89
Case Qty 1
Clearance Non-Clearance
Country Of Origin China
Brand Keystone
  • Details

    This 2-lamp wiring harness is compatible with T8 LED tubes from Keystone. It comes pre-wired with standard, non-shunted sockets and contains a quick power disconnect.

  • 1 Review

    1 Review

    • 5
      Simple to install

      Posted by swarfer on Jun 27th 2017

      I decided to upgrade to direct power LEDs without the ballast. I always hated the kitchen overhead fluorescent lighting, too dim and replacing tubes regularly. The modification was very simple and only required a screwdriver to remove one screw holding the old ballast. The sockets are pop fit and the wires are push fit into the new plug. The old wiring uses twist connections so it comes apart without tools. I used a voltmeter to check that the power was off at the fixture. The whole job took about 20 minutes on a step ladder in the kitchen. The whole thing is more like plug and play, very easy, although I've been fiddling around with home electrical for years. When I tell people I modified my old fluorescent light fixtures for LEDs, they look at me like I'm some sort of wizard. I'm now almost 100% LED with this modification. No need to buy an expensive new fixture.

This 2-lamp wiring harness is compatible with T8 LED tubes from Keystone. It comes pre-wired with standard, non-shunted sockets and contains a quick power disconnect.

1 Review

  • 5
    Simple to install

    Posted by swarfer on Jun 27th 2017

    I decided to upgrade to direct power LEDs without the ballast. I always hated the kitchen overhead fluorescent lighting, too dim and replacing tubes regularly. The modification was very simple and only required a screwdriver to remove one screw holding the old ballast. The sockets are pop fit and the wires are push fit into the new plug. The old wiring uses twist connections so it comes apart without tools. I used a voltmeter to check that the power was off at the fixture. The whole job took about 20 minutes on a step ladder in the kitchen. The whole thing is more like plug and play, very easy, although I've been fiddling around with home electrical for years. When I tell people I modified my old fluorescent light fixtures for LEDs, they look at me like I'm some sort of wizard. I'm now almost 100% LED with this modification. No need to buy an expensive new fixture.

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