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Thread: Compact flourecents

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    Yep, gotta look in the outdoor lighting fixtures. Actually I believe the Regent is a streetlamp of sorts.

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    Yes, it's labled under a Lights Of America Brand.

    It should be by the driveway lights and spotlights that turn on with motion etc..

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    Ahhhhhhh, one of those.

    Yeah, I don't think I want something as powerful as a street or parking lot light in my room. :P
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    It's 65 watts and pretty bright.

    I'm gonna tint the front of my terrarium with autoglass so the light isn't as bright.

    But then again, most lower powered lights won't do as well as this one.

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    For 25 buks you can get this flourescent shop light. It's got two 13 watt 6500K bulbs in them. It has a yellow handle and is a shoplight, the kind you can carry around and use under the car etc...
    It also comes in a single tube model for 20 buks. They are small and less bright but the right spectrum.

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    Here's are picture of my terrarium:
    [img]http://home.**********.com/users/lesliex317537/terrarium.jpg[/img]

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    Looking pretty good.
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    -_- compact flo. lights are good?

    if i knew that, i wouldn't have spent the hundreds of bucks on shop lights for my growing environments and terrariums.

    and they fit in regular bulb outlets and bust out 75watts of flo. light? goodness.

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    The Flourex bulb that I have does not fit in standard socket. The electrical ballast is inside the reflector.

    But I did find a site that had bulbs that had all different colors with ballasts built in. They run about 12-16 buks for a bulb and they went to about 50 watts I think. Here's the link again.

    Goodmart CF page.

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