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4' Linkable 22W T5 6500K LED Shop Lights Hykolity : 6-Pack $29.74, 10-Pack $42.49 + Free Shipping

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Zoplite via Amazon [amazon.com] has 4FT Linkable 22W T5 6500K LED Shop Lights on sale from $29.74 - 42.49 . Shipping is free.

6 Pack: [amazon.com] $29.74. Code: N78YTQF8
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I only see 6500, can you link me to 5000k? TIA!
That reply was to another comment saying that "Fluorescent lights/CFL are in the 5k range so this must be a lot more blue?" I was responding generally that FL/CFL come in a wide variety of color temperatures.​ There are 5000K versions of this type of product available, but not at this good a price/bulb (10/$40). These for instance at 8/$60 https://www.amazon.com/Barrina-In...B07PG3RLH7
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The descriptions says 2200lm, 40w replacement. 2200lm is way brighter than a 40w. Closer to 200w incandescent equivalent. Probably not nearly as bright as they say.
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I bought a 6 pack the last time these went on sale and I like them for the price. Just bought another 6 because 6 wasn't enough for my 18x18 garage, so I recommend the 10 pack for larger spaces. The hangers aren't great but they get the job done. Additionally, they come with plenty of extra wires that you can splice together if you need a longer run.
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Got my 10 pack yesterday. Well about 6 out of them are bent. The metal is very cheap. The lights work. Tough dilemma they will be hung and never seen. So do I keep and call it a wash or get what I paid for?
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I bought a 6 pack the last time these went on sale and I like them for the price. Just bought another 6 because 6 wasn't enough for my 18x18 garage, so I recommend the 10 pack for larger spaces. The hangers aren't great but they get the job done. Additionally, they come with plenty of extra wires that you can splice together if you need a longer run.
Any idea what type of wire I'd use if I wanted to extend ever further? The wire looks braided but a longer run may be better with solid wire? Was thinking it would be nice to get along my entire basement on only 1 switch if possible.
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I just finished installing these in my basement (4000s) and they are very good.
My only minor gripe is that the connectors can be a bit tough to slot in,u have to be aggressive with the light
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Any idea what type of wire I'd use if I wanted to extend ever further? The wire looks braided but a longer run may be better with solid wire? Was thinking it would be nice to get along my entire basement on only 1 switch if possible.
They take a specific 3 prong connector between them that's about 8in long. It would be a ton of work to modify them. I run 6 off a single switch and it's fine
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They take a specific 3 prong connector between them that's about 8in long. It would be a ton of work to modify them. I run 6 off a single switch and it's fine
I was thinking what if I took the existing connector and cut it and spliced in a new wire, that way the 3 way prong end is intact but I could extend the lights further between each run.
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Any idea what type of wire I'd use if I wanted to extend ever further? The wire looks braided but a longer run may be better with solid wire? Was thinking it would be nice to get along my entire basement on only 1 switch if possible.
As others have said, it uses a 3-wire prong ("mickey mouse") which is mostly there to force correct polarity - there are only 2x wires inside the cable, the "middle" connector is not doing anything.

A couple of harnesses for a ceiling junction box and whatnot does have a "ground" wire, but that would mean only the 1st light in a series is grounded (assuming the prong on the fixture's end cares for that ground wire at all).

That said, I have been playing with a similar set, at 4K light temp in my garage, and I am happy. 6.5K is too harsh/clinical and 5K not that far. CRI is typ. above average, and these are OK. I had 6x lights, I've wired 2x to replace the existing switch, and 4x were wired to the garage door opener that had its little safety light with a sep. switch on the wall remote.

LED lights seem to be pretty bright, but between the lack of reflectors and the fact that light intensity drops geometrically in relationship to distance (inverse square: double the distance = 1/4th the light, 4x the distance = 1/16th the light), can leave things desired if you don't plan on a dense installation.
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I was thinking what if I took the existing connector and cut it and spliced in a new wire, that way the 3 way prong end is intact but I could extend the lights further between each run.
I understand, i think that would work just fine.
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I bought the 10 pk when they were $40. Hung all 10 daisy-chained to one outlet in my basement. Impressive lighting. Do wish the cables connecting them were slightly longer as I would've spaced them out farther apart. Used double sided foam tape for some of the install onto metal and used the included clips for the lights I hung on the ceiling wood beams. Used a light socket power plug adapter to power them. No issues so far and basement is much brighter.
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