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Designed to attach beneath an overhead storage unit or shelf, Tazetta seamlessly blends in with your desktop. Built with a slim profile and available in a variety of paint options, Tazetta effortlessly matches any workspace aesthetic. It also provides superior illumination distribution with an energy-efficient fluorescent lamp. Proudly designed and manufactured in Grand Haven, Michigan.
• Daisy chain up to 5 fixtures
Daisy chaining is the process of powering a fixture from the preceding fixture and reducing plug outlet use to one. Most fluorescent daisy chaining allows for fixture control with either independent switching or master control with a single unit.
Starter Power Fixture (DCP) The standard daisy chain configuration. This is the first fixture in line. With this option each fixture runs independently of the first fixture in the line and must be turned on or off individually.
Master Control (MCDCP) An optional daisy chain configuration. With this option, the first unit in the line controls the power of all down line fixtures. Each down line fixture can be switched independently once the power is supplied. The benefit of using the master control option is that all down line fixtures can be controlled with a single switch (on the fixture with the power cord).
Jumper fixture (DCJ) These fixtures connect the starter power fixture and end fixture in a daisy chain arrangement. Jumper lengths are specified using the corresponding order code.
End Fixture (DCE) is the last fixture in a daisy chain arrangement. All end fixture cords exit from the center of the fixture. End unit jumper lengths are specified using the corresponding order code. Ex. DCE45
This process is allowed in most cities, but is heavily regulated due to the risk of overloading circuits (check your local code).
If a power outlet requires a cord to be routed to the opposite way of a power cord exit and a cord exit option is not given, the cords may be crossed in back of the fixture to match the required routing. Use the provided cord clips to secure the cords in place.