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LED 2x4 Flat Panel Surface Mount Fixture by LumeGen

LED 2x4 Flat Panel Surface Mount Fixture by LumeGen
SKU: LEDMKFP1000037774
MPN: Surface mounting Fixture
BRAND: LumeGen
$31.99
$24.15

(4 reviews) Write a Review
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$31.99
$24.15
Case Qty 1
Clearance Non-Clearance
Country Of Origin China
Warranty 5 Year
Brand LumeGen
  • Details

    This surface mount is made for use with LumeGen flat panels, size 2x4. Ideal for use in mounting a panel on plaster or concrete ceilings and walls.

  • 4 Reviews

    4 Reviews

    • 5
      Replaced older surface mount fluorescent fixtures with Lumgen LED fixtures.

      Posted by Pal on Apr 15th 2020

      This surface mount is made for use with LumeGen flat panels, size 2x4. Replaced older surface mount fluorescent fixtures. These panels have a neater appearance and greater flexibility for installation especially in tight spaces.

    • 5
      Nice for the price

      Posted by Matt on Nov 2nd 2019

      The white paint on the frame had the occasional imperfection. And the screws were zinc colored so they stood out a bit. Otherwise they were fine for the job. I made a cardboard template to mark mount holes on the ceiling and left one side of the frame open so that I could wire the fixture while it was resting in the frame.

    • 5
      Perfect for replacing an old wood surface mount fixture.

      Posted by Pal on Mar 18th 2019

      Removed an old oak heavy wood mount with old fluorescent tubes. Perfect replacement, fixture was light, sturdy and easy to install. I did use a new 2' X 4' flat panel LED in the mount. Will definitely buy more for upcoming projects.

    • 4
      Looks good once mounted but has some serous design flaws.

      Posted by drbwilson on Feb 15th 2019

      Needs to be an inch wider to have room for the light's control box to slip under the electrical wires in ceiling. The fluorescent light that I am replacing has the wiring coming out of ceiling right in center of the light fixture. To use this bracket you have to install 3 sides and then slide the light unit into them and then screw on the 4th side. Well the wires on the light have to be added to so that they will reach the ceiling lights. No way to hook up wires from the control box without adding length to them. You also have to slide the light onto the track from the end that doesn't have anything else in the way of the light being parallel to the track. Then there are the wires coming down from the ceiling. Because the mounting fixtures leave just enough room for the control box to be just below the ceiling, there is no room for the wires coming from the ceiling to slip under the box when you slide it in. So I had to hammer out some of the drywall to push the wires up into the ceiling after I added a size 14 wire to each of the 3 ceiling wires and then to the light unit. Otherwise you can't get the control box past the ceiling wires. If the fixture was an inch wider then the control box would slip right by the ceiling wires and be a lot less troublesome. You also have to use a square when mounting the fixture or you won't have them at 90 degrees and the light will not be flush. Hard to hold a square over your head, a side of the mount fixture over your head, and a drill over your head without having a second person to help. I've also got a room that doesn't have enough width to be able to mount the fixture and get the light fixture to parallel the tracts to be able to insert it and slide into place so not sure how I am going to achieve this feat with these fixtures.

This surface mount is made for use with LumeGen flat panels, size 2x4. Ideal for use in mounting a panel on plaster or concrete ceilings and walls.

4 Reviews

  • 5
    Replaced older surface mount fluorescent fixtures with Lumgen LED fixtures.

    Posted by Pal on Apr 15th 2020

    This surface mount is made for use with LumeGen flat panels, size 2x4. Replaced older surface mount fluorescent fixtures. These panels have a neater appearance and greater flexibility for installation especially in tight spaces.

  • 5
    Nice for the price

    Posted by Matt on Nov 2nd 2019

    The white paint on the frame had the occasional imperfection. And the screws were zinc colored so they stood out a bit. Otherwise they were fine for the job. I made a cardboard template to mark mount holes on the ceiling and left one side of the frame open so that I could wire the fixture while it was resting in the frame.

  • 5
    Perfect for replacing an old wood surface mount fixture.

    Posted by Pal on Mar 18th 2019

    Removed an old oak heavy wood mount with old fluorescent tubes. Perfect replacement, fixture was light, sturdy and easy to install. I did use a new 2' X 4' flat panel LED in the mount. Will definitely buy more for upcoming projects.

  • 4
    Looks good once mounted but has some serous design flaws.

    Posted by drbwilson on Feb 15th 2019

    Needs to be an inch wider to have room for the light's control box to slip under the electrical wires in ceiling. The fluorescent light that I am replacing has the wiring coming out of ceiling right in center of the light fixture. To use this bracket you have to install 3 sides and then slide the light unit into them and then screw on the 4th side. Well the wires on the light have to be added to so that they will reach the ceiling lights. No way to hook up wires from the control box without adding length to them. You also have to slide the light onto the track from the end that doesn't have anything else in the way of the light being parallel to the track. Then there are the wires coming down from the ceiling. Because the mounting fixtures leave just enough room for the control box to be just below the ceiling, there is no room for the wires coming from the ceiling to slip under the box when you slide it in. So I had to hammer out some of the drywall to push the wires up into the ceiling after I added a size 14 wire to each of the 3 ceiling wires and then to the light unit. Otherwise you can't get the control box past the ceiling wires. If the fixture was an inch wider then the control box would slip right by the ceiling wires and be a lot less troublesome. You also have to use a square when mounting the fixture or you won't have them at 90 degrees and the light will not be flush. Hard to hold a square over your head, a side of the mount fixture over your head, and a drill over your head without having a second person to help. I've also got a room that doesn't have enough width to be able to mount the fixture and get the light fixture to parallel the tracts to be able to insert it and slide into place so not sure how I am going to achieve this feat with these fixtures.

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