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Promoted 05-18-2016 by iconian at 03:16 PM View Original Post
Hyperikon via Amazon has their highly-rated 4-Pack Hyperikon LED T5 Integrated Single Fixture Lights (4FT, 22W, 2200lm) for $49.50 + free shipping. Thanks phanham

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Amazon has Hyperikon LED T5 Integrated Single Fixture, 4FT, 22W, 2200lm, Frosted, Utility Shop Light, Basement, Ceiling and Under Cabinet Light, Corded electric with built-in ON/OFF switch - (Pack of 4). 4000K (Daylight Glow) OR 5000K (Crystal White Glow) - LINK [amazon.com]


These are great lights, cheaper than fluorescent fixtures/bulbs, and extremely easy to install (lightweight, may be daisy-chained together, can be hard-wired or plug into outlet). I had bought sets earlier this year for my garage and shed, and was very pleased with the result at $62. Went back to buy another set at this price for under the kitchen cabinets, and discovered they are on sale for $49.50 bounce
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It looks like a lot of the hyperikon tubes are marked down. Not sure if it's a permenant price drop or temporary, but I bought 14 more of them. I have 8 of them already in my basement, and this will let me finish it out. They are really good lights.

I bought the 4000K version in T8. you can get cheap T12 fixtures at home depot for about $12, and the ends are the same. I just remove the ballast and wire them direct. These brought a whole new life to my basement coming from single bulb sockets with pull strings.

http://www.homedepot.com/p/Lithon.../203081577

I just threw away the chains, threw away the ballasts, screwed them to the ceiling joists, and wired switched outlets next to them.

I went from having a dungeon to having a usable basement.

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very tempted, but then also tempted by $8/pc retrofit bulbs... dilemmas!
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It looks like a lot of the hyperikon tubes are marked down. Not sure if it's a permenant price drop or temporary, but I bought 14 more of them. I have 8 of them already in my basement, and this will let me finish it out. They are really good lights.

I bought the 4000K version in T8. you can get cheap T12 fixtures at home depot for about $12, and the ends are the same. I just remove the ballast and wire them direct. These brought a whole new life to my basement coming from single bulb sockets with pull strings.

http://www.homedepot.com/p/Lithon.../203081577

I just threw away the chains, threw away the ballasts, screwed them to the ceiling joists, and wired switched outlets next to them.

I went from having a dungeon to having a usable basement.
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Last edited by Pipsqueak May 18, 2016 at 01:05 PM.
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Quote from Pipsqueak View Post :
It looks like a lot of the hyperikon tubes are marked down. Not sure if it's a permenant price drop or temporary, but I bought 14 more of them. I have 8 of them already in my basement, and this will let me finish it out. They are really good lights.

I bought the 4000K version in T8. you can get cheap T12 fixtures at home depot for about $12, and the ends are the same. I just remove the ballast and wire them direct. These brought a whole new life to my basement coming from single bulb sockets with pull strings.

http://www.homedepot.com/p/Lithon.../203081577

I just threw away the chains, threw away the ballasts, screwed them to the ceiling joists, and wired switched outlets next to them.

I went from having a dungeon to having a usable basement.
You're saying you can take the bulbs out of these and they plug into standard fluorescent fixtures (minus balasts)?
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Quote from Pipsqueak View Post :
It looks like a lot of the hyperikon tubes are marked down. Not sure if it's a permenant price drop or temporary, but I bought 14 more of them. I have 8 of them already in my basement, and this will let me finish it out. They are really good lights.

I bought the 4000K version in T8. you can get cheap T12 fixtures at home depot for about $12, and the ends are the same. I just remove the ballast and wire them direct. These brought a whole new life to my basement coming from single bulb sockets with pull strings.

http://www.homedepot.com/p/Lithon.../203081577

I just threw away the chains, threw away the ballasts, screwed them to the ceiling joists, and wired switched outlets next to them.

I went from having a dungeon to having a usable basement.
I was originally going to go that route in my garage until I discovered the integrated units. In my case it didn't make sense to buy the lights AND separate fixture at 2-3x the price as the entire integrated unit ($12.38 each). They are also very thin & light, making them more attractive and very easy to install/hide
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You're saying you can take the bulbs out of these and they plug into standard fluorescent fixtures (minus balasts)?
Not on the integrated units. I think Pipsqueak was referring to the same company, Hyperikon, also sells LED retrofit kits on Amazon that will replace fluorescent bulbs. Example [amazon.com]. This is a good option if you already have fixtures in place, and don't want to remove them.
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Damn. leaning towards dimmable for under the cabinet. any thoughts or experience
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i have about 25' of straight recessed flourescent(with bad ballasts) light in my living room. bought 2 sets to retrofit to led, and will use leftover 2 or 3 sticks in garage. thanks OP.
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Not on the integrated units. I think Pipsqueak was referring to the same company, Hyperikon, also sells LED retrofit kits on Amazon that will replace fluorescent bulbs. Example [amazon.com]. This is a good option if you already have fixtures in place, and don't want to remove them.
I like to replace the Fluorescent Soffit light in the kitchen. Would it be easier to just remove the metal casing for the fluorescent tube lights and mount the new lights, instead of changing the lamp mount and removing the ballast.

Which way is easier?
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I like to replace the Fluorescent Soffit light in the kitchen. Would it be easier to just remove the metal casing for the fluorescent tube lights and mount the new lights, instead of changing the lamp mount and removing the ballast.

Which way is easier?
That's what I'm doing - I'm pulling the old T12 under-cabinet fixtures out and replacing with these integrated units. If I hadn't already bought these before and seen how easy they are to install and hide due to being so light and thin, I probably would have went the retrofit route.
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I was originally going to go that route in my garage until I discovered the integrated units. In my case it didn't make sense to buy the lights AND separate fixture at 2-3x the price as the entire integrated unit ($12.38 each). They are also very thin & light, making them more attractive and very easy to install/hide
Just personal preference, I don't like anything integrated, and prefer everything standardized. I've had bad experiences with LED lights so I want them to be easy to change out when the time comes. With the Hyperikon lights I started with 4 in my kitchen because the fixture was already there, and then I bought 4 more for the basement. After those ran for a while I bought another 4 for the basement.

I still wanted more, so I set up an alert for Hyperikon, and when this deal came up, I ordered more. I'm going to finish up my basement and do my garage as well.

As a side note, the Hyperikon were also the highest lumens per watt that I could find at the time. That's important in the long run.

http://www.amazon.com/Hyperikon-D...ge_o00_s00

These are the ones I've been buying. The specs for the current model are 2200 lumens, 18 watts.
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Just bought 2 sets for a total of 8. Think this is enough for a small 2 car garage?
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Just bought 2 sets for a total of 8. Think this is enough for a small 2 car garage?
i would think it's enough for a 1 car garage. i bought 2 sets too-5 pcs for some recessed lighting in living room, and 3 pcs for my garage's work bench area. amazon reviews are really good.
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