This recall involves CXB Series LED high-bay indoor light fixtures with model numbers CXB-23L-40K-U-1-HC and CXB-23L-40K-U-1-JP. The light fixtures are used in airport, industrial, municipal, and retailer settings, are silver colored, have a tempered glass lens and measure about 16 inches x 18 inches x 7 inches. The affected products can be identified by the manufacturing lot number found underneath the UPC label on the rim of the fixture. Only products with a manufacturing lot number starting with the following codes are included in this recall:
AG45, AG48, AG49, AG50, AG51, AG52
AH01, AH02, AH03, AH04, AH05, AH06, AH07, AH08, AH09, AH10, AH11, AH12,
AH13, AH14, AH15, AH16, AH17, AH18
L1H01, L1H02, L1H03, L1H04, L1H05, L1H06, L1H07, L1H08, L1H09, L1H10,
L1H11, L1H12, L1H13, L1H14, L1H15, L1H16, L1H17, L1H18
The Cree logo, model number and 23000 lumens are printed on UL label on the rim of the fixture.
Stop using the light fixtures immediately and contact Cree for free replacements. Cree is contacting purchasers directly.
The firm has received 15 reports of the tempered glass lens breaking. No injuries have been reported.
Wholesale electrical distributors and lighting contractors to businesses from January 2014 through April 2014 for approximately $350.
Cree Inc., of Durham, N.C.
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