111 | 114 | 119 Series

111 | 114 | 119 Series Overview


The Incon Lighting 111, 114 & 119 Series economy ceiling fixtures are a sleek design at a reasonable price for residential and commercial applications. With a variety of available wattage and bulb types as well as additional options, the 111 | 114 | 119 Series are sleek and minimal economy products that are all American Compliant.

The 111 | 114 | 119 have a durable enamel finished steel housing that can be painted in a variety of finishes. The 111 & 114 can be fitted with either a white translucent UV stabilized white or frosted ribbed acrylic lens. The 119 only come in white.

Depending on your wattage the 111 | 114 | 119 Series can be equipped with a 120V 60Hz Magnetic NPF, 120V 60Hz Electronic NPF, 120/277V 50/60Hz Electronic HPF ballast, LED 120V 50/60Hz Electronic HPF, or LED 120/277V 50/60Hz Electronic HPF driver. It is ceiling or wall mountable and is certified for damp locations. Lamps are included unless ordered with the no lamp (NL) option.

The available color temperatures range from warm (2700K & 3000K), medium (3500K) and cool (4100K) white to full spectrum (5000K) and day light (6500K) kelvin temperature. This fixture can also be equipped with:

  • 277 Volt Ballast
  • Philips Advance Ballast
  • Integral Battery Backup (CFL Only)
  • Remote Battery Backup (CFL Only)
  • 6W LED Integral Battery Backup 111 & 114 Only
  • Dimming Electronic Ballast
  • High Power Factor
  • No Lamp
  • Philips Lamp
  • Sylvania Ballast
  • Sylvania Lamp
  • ULT (Brand) Ballast

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Specification Sheet


Click Here to download the Specifications for the 111-LED Series.

Click Here to download the Specifications for the 114-LED Series.

Click Here to download the Specifications for the 119-LED Series.

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