4 Foot 15 Watt Hybrid LED T8 Red and Blue Grow Lights
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4 Foot 15 Watt Hybrid LED T8 Red and Blue Grow Lights

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Brilliant Brand Lighting
2.00 LBS


If you are looking for an energy efficient and easy to use growing solution, then our 15 watt hybrid LED T8 Grow Lights are just for you! Brilliant Brand T8 Grow Lights are manufactured with specific spectra to achieve peak absorption ranges and to set wavelengths at optimal values to maximize plant growth efficiency. With the perfect balance of red and blue lights, your plants will receive the light they need for chlorophyll production and germination. LED technology allows for a 60% reduction in energy consumption and remain cool so you don't have to worry about the bulbs producing too much heat for your plants.

Our hybrid T8 bulbs are easy to use and are compatible with most existing fluorescent, electronic and magnetic ballasts, require minimal to low-maintenance and easily fits into T8 fixtures with no wiring required. LED T8 grow lights can be used with or without your existing ballast, eliminating the need to service your lighting after a ballast failure.

Try out our new T8 grow lights and you will be amazed with your new grow lighting system! If you do not have a ballast or need more flexibility with our lights, try our SMD 5050 Grow Lights or our 5 Row SMD 2835 Grow Lights.


Input: 85-240 Volt AC
Power Consumption: 15.1 Watts
Lumens: 304.9
Length: 4 Feet
Diameter: 1 Inch x 1.25 Inches (oval)
Color Wavelength: Blue: 450nm - Red: 650nm
Lifetime: 30,000 Hours (L70)
Warranty: 2 Years
Certifications: CE and RoHS compliant
Base: G12 Bi-Pin
Compatibility: For use with electronic ballast or a bypassed ballast/line voltage (120 volt).

1 Review

  • Perfect fit!

    Posted by Jessica Z on Mar 12th 2021

    I have an old seed starting setup that was built with fluorescent light fixtures and these fit right in, so I was very pleased to not have to replace anything. Since they're basically just a strip encased in a plastic housing, wired to the plugs on either end, i'd be curious if it would be easy to replace the strip once they go out, not that I expect that to happen anytime soon!

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