Food-Pro II Luminaire Discontinued

Food-Pro™ II Luminaire – FP2

Product ID: FP2 

GE offers Hazardous Location Lighting for a variety of adverse environments. Rugged construction provides long life and reliable performance, combined with a range of optical and mounting options to provide light where it is needed.


  • UL1598 Listed General Non- Hazardous Suitable For Wet Locations. For metal halide lamps in polymeric lamp containment barriers 
  • UL1598 Outdoor Salt Water Listed (formerly UL595) 
  • Meets NEMA 4X Standards 
  • UL844 Listed 
    • Class I, Division 2, Groups A, B, C and D 
    • Class II, Division 1, Groups E, F and G 
    • Class II, Division 2, Group G 
    • Class III, Divisions 1 and 2 
  • Maxi-Lux® guard 
  • Charcoal filters 
  • Multiple optical assemblies 
  • NEMA decal 
  • Wiring compartment 
  • Polyester powder gray paint finish 
  • H2 shipped as components: Ballast, Mounting, Optical, and Accessories 
  • H2U shipped all in one carton with lamp and optical installed 
  • Low copper aluminum alloys 
  • Quick disconnect 
  • Mogul base socket 
  • Multiple mounting arrangements 
  • Safety chain provisions


  • For adverse, severe duty and hazardous classifications (HID lamps)


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