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    Carnivorous plant enthusiast vraev's Avatar
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    hey guys,

    check this out.

    FInally...enough temp...enough blues....enough lumen.

    What do u thinks the VFT's will think of this??

    found it for 30$ in local COSTCO mississauga.

    Told my parents its for my table lamp .... noticed the full spec light...Its called the sunlight Fluoroscent lamp.



    specs::

    1127 - Lights of America sunlight fluorescent desk lamp
    Wattage: 27 watts
    Incandescent Equiv.: 150 watts
    Dimensions: 6.75" x 24"
    Light Output: 1,860 lumens
    Color Temperature: 6,500 Kelvin
    Warranty: 2 years

    full spectrum.

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    here is the bulb info.


    FINALLY...something the VFT's would like ...

    Wattage: 27W, 27 Watt Watts
    27 watts of power used for 100 watts of light output.

    Glass: T-4, T4, FML Tube, Linear Quad Tube
    Base: GX10q-4, 4-Pin
    Initial Lumens: 1400 Lumen Light Output
    Mean Lumens: 1260
    Color Temperature: 6500K, 6500K, Bright White, 65K
    Color Rendering Index: CRI 82, CRI82
    Maximum Overall Length: MOL 5.7"/145mm

    Average Rated Life: 10,000 hours
    Replaces ten 1,000 hour regular 40W light bulbs.


    For use with preheat, rapid start and instant start ballasts, Ballast


    Commonly used for reading lamps, floor lamps.


    Now...I hope for red traps.

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    Wow, that should actually work. Good luck dude.
    My life sucks

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    thanx

    can't wait to see the first red traps.

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    Well 27 watt is a little weak. Can you upgrade to 40?

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    nope actually...its a single watt rated desk lamp.

    However, the lumens itself is 2 times that of the regular tube lights I have seen.

    also it has the required temp, CRI index, full spectrum.

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    nepenthes_freak, it use's 27 watt's to imitate 100 watt's I have 2 of those lamps and use it for pictures but I could use it to grow my plants if I wanted to. Good choice! Would be nice If they built in a timer for it!

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