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Old 05-17-2019, 08:32 AM
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I replaced my T5s with a similar product which work great and have off little heat. They were pricey but, worth it imho. Check Amazon.
Yup, did a google deep dive last evening and saw a number of t5 shaped led bulbs.

I was looking at the bulbs listed below: 6400k spectrum similar output (lumens for whatever that is worth) compared to the t5ho bulbs from them that I use now. They quote lower heat output compared to t5ho (which I suppose should come as no surprise given they use less power). But I am in no means a lighting (or led expert for that matter). Do you think those bulbs look reasonable?

AgroMax 6400K T5 LED Grow Light Bulb AgroMax
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You will be when this thread is done!

These are pretty much the specs I bought except mine were T8s.
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You will be when this thread is done!

These are pretty much the specs I bought except mine were T8s.
haha that has tendency to happen.

Were you referring to the bulbs I posted a link to when you said yours were similar specs?

Rbarata: I likely could keep more of my plants a bit healthier if I were to spend significantly more time misting/watering them during the winter, but in all actuality I don't end up doing this (time restrictions) . I was thinking the tent might help me in this regard as it will perhaps allow me to spend a little less time watering and misting them to keep the humidity up.
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LED 2' T5 6500K Tube

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Those AgroMax bulbs look pretty good and not too pricey, either.

Hydrofarm does not sell a 4' T5 drop-in.
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