Looked around and saw similar questions, but not quite what I need. I am replacing a 2X2 fluorescent fixture in my basement with an LED unit (Cree FP22-34L-40K-10V-EB14, install manual at https://www.e-conolight.com/media/productdocuments/document/file/e/s/essentia_install_fp14_fp22_fp24_series.pdf, and wiring diagram is page 3). I didn't realzie it when I got it, but this one has a battery backup. The old one connected to a switch on the wall, so it only has switched voltage. After spending some quality time with a meter and some tape for marking wires, I have found and labeled the hot and neutral coming into the box. I have a handful of other wires going through the box to power the other two lights on the other side of the basement. Looking at the wiring diagram, and thinking this through, I am pretty sure I just need to pigtail the hot from the panel to both the hot and switched hot of the new fixture. The neutrals can all go back the way they were, and the only thing added is the pigtail for the unswitched hot. I am hoping someone can look at the wiring diagram and confirm that I am thinking this through correctly. Thanks!!