Installation: HyLite LED Triac Dimmable Lamps are Suitable for Use with 120V AC Input Voltage Only. Ballast (if equipped) must be Bypassed or Removed from the Fixture before installing the Lamp. Eliminating the Ballast saves Additional Costs related to Maintenance, Energy Consumption and Performance. By-passing Ballast will also ensure that there is no EMi/RF interference.

Warning: Failure to follow the Instructions will result in a Damaged Product and will VOID Warranty. It could also result in an Electric Shock, or Fire.

• If Selected WC2 Adapter an electrician install is recommended. 

• Disable all Power to the Lamp before Inspection, Installation, or Removal. Failure to do so will create a Hazardous and Fatal Working Environment. 

• Suitable for use in Dry, Damp and Wet Locations. Lamp must be installed in accordance with National, State, and/or Local Electrical Codes. Do Not Open – No User Serviceable Parts Inside. 

• Operate in Fixtures that provide the Free Flow of Air around the Lamp. In Enclosed Fixtures, ensure the Lamp has enough Space for Heat Dissipation. This will ensure Lumen Maintenance and Extend its Working Life. Failure to Follow these Instructions will result in a Damaged Product and will VOID Warranty. When Products are used in Outdoor Fixtures, ensure the Space is Waterproof and Well-Ventilated. 

• DO NOT Block Light emanating from Product in Whole or Part, as this may Cause an Unsafe Condition. 

• Not intended for use in Emergency Exit Fixtures or Exit Lights. 

• Caution: When Installing Lamps in Corrosive Environments, HyLite suggests that a High-Temperature, Moisture-Resistant, Silicone Grease or Sealant be used to protect the Metal-threaded base of the LED Lamp to prevent Water and/or Moisture Incursion that can lead to Premature Degradation of the Lamp Base and eventual Lamp failure. This is especially recommended for LED Lamp Installations near Saltwater Bodies. 

• Installing Surge/Lightning Protectors is Highly Recommended and helps to Eliminate Premature Driver Failure caused by Surges and Power Fluctuations.