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RTLED – Quick Retrofit for Traditional Linear Fluorescent Troffers from RAB Lighting

September 28, 2023

RAB Lighting’s RTLED’s are easy to install, cost effective, and field adjustable.


Power and CCT selectable.

The retrofit troffer is available 2×2, 2×4, 1×4 and is now field adjustable, with three selectable wattages and color temperatures, giving you complete control over your lighting needs.

Save on your labor costs.

The RTLED can be retrofitted into an existing system by one person in under 3 minutes vs. 20 minutes for a complex, full fixture replacement. Multiply that savings across an average office retrofit project and you’re talking big bucks!

Upgrade aesthetics on a budget.

The center-basket design includes a diffused lens that delivers even ambient light, a brighter and more efficient output, and eliminates that annoying flickering…all without the need for expensive renovations.

Integrated sensor options.

The RTLED is available with various options, including a battery backup, MVS or PIR sensors, and factory-installed compatibility with our Lightcloud Blue control system.

5-Year, limited warranty.

The RAB 5-year, limited warranty covers light output, driver performance, paint finish and labor. RAB’s warranty is subject to all terms and conditions found at rablighting.com/warranty.

50,000-Hour LED lifespan.

At 10 hours daily use, RAB LEDs are rated to last 13 years, dramatically reducing maintenance and re-lamping costs.

Big rebates.

The RTLED is available in DLC Premium listed models.

Emergency battery.

Models with battery backup supply power for 90 minutes.

More information available here

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