AgroLED Product Documents
The 41 or 21 watt 5,500K T5 HO replacement LED lamps are an excellent choice for the propagation and veg cycles of your plants life. The iSunlight T5 lamps are an intelligent LED that is specifically designed to work with your existing T5 HO fluorescent fixture. The iSunlight 4 foot lamp produces over 5,100 lumens with only 41 watts of consumed power and the 2 foot lamp produces over 2,400 lumens with only 21 watts of consumed power. These are environmentally friendly and mercury free lamps.
- Tech Specs
Brand AgroLED SKU HGC901448 Weight (lb.) 0.15 Prop 65 No Length (in.) 22.25 Width (in.) 0.8 Height (in.) 0.8 Warranty 1 Year UPC 849969022995 Lead Time Ships in 24-48 Hours UL Listed No Lighting Type LED Bulb Type T5 LED Tube Color Temp (Kelvin) 5500 K Exact Watts 21 Watts Voltage 120 Volts
Customer Reviews 1 item(s)
- In maker's own fixture, runs HOT, burnt out after two months. But, bright.
- Somewhat in disbelief... Bought two bulbs that were sent from the manufacturer to a large local hydroponic retailer. Used the Sunblaze 22, also produced by Sunlight Supply, for two of these 21w LED. First impression was that they were much brighter than I expected, given the ratings I saw for the intensity of the light online, and I have a number of T5HO and T5 fixtures to compare with. That was the one positive of using these lights. The entire reason I had wanted these was to help keep a cooler growing area for highland plants (kind of the point of LEDs, less wasted energy, less heat, etc...), but this is definitely just as hot as the T5HO, likely hotter. Wasn't happy with the hot temps, but I didn't think much else of it. Two months later, I come home after work and both bulbs are clearly dim. Checking them, one had a dark spot in the middle, and the other has lost functionality on over a third of the light on one side! After turning the light off and rotating it to check the bulbs again, most of the effected diodes just fall off, plus both sides have a smokey cast at one end inside the plastic casing! So now I've got two hot, sparsely lit, pricey tubes that are essentially diode rainmakers, after only two months of life and paying over three times as much as I would for bulbs that would last more than a year!
Buyer beware of this bulb, while cheaper than many equivalents, this is still not the replacement to T5 bulbs which many of us have been waiting for.