I picked this light up from Lowes yesterday. I couldn't find any info on the internet about it, but I did find some about the bulb.
The light is a Utilitech L-90 Fluorescent Floodlight, takes a 65 watt bulb.
The box says it puts out 4100 lumens. (sorry for the cell phone pics)
I bought a spare bulb, which I was able to (kind of) find information on.
The spare bulb is made by Feit, and it is model BPFML65/65K. Now, looking on the Feit website, I found the BPFML55/64K, which looks identical to the bulb I bought, but is 55 watts. The 55 watt bulb puts out 3300 lumens at a color temp of 6400 (obviously, the bulb I bought has a color temp of 6500).
One problem/question is, the light comes with a glass cover that says "UV Filter". I have looked into this, and have seen differing opinions on this. Should I use the glass or not? The bulb is fluorescent, so I don't think heat will be a problem.
I liked this setup because it is compact. A setup of 4 foot fluorescent tubes is way too big for my application. I am going to hang this light above a few Cephs, maybe a few other plants, but I don't need much space.
My original plan was to get a few CFL(the 5-year bulbs that fit in a regular light socket) and put them over the plants, but I liked how this light has a built in reflector.
What do you guys think of this light? I can always return it and go with something like 4 of the 5-year bulbs and make my own reflector(or use the clip on shop lights)
Here are pics of the light itself.