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4-Pack T8 LED 18 Watt Bulbs

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robertredman


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How long has your company been in business? How long have your company been selling LED T* lamps?

robertredman


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It looks like you're a brand new company without a website? Is this your company?

http://trianglebulbs.com/

ijustwootedinmypants


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These are 26.99 on amazon with free shipping. Reviews are mixed.

https://smile.amazon.com/gp/product/B01C52MGKC/ref=oh_aui_detailpage_o00_s01?ie=UTF8&psc=1

I just ordered 4 of the Hyperikon for almost twice the price, but won't receive them until tomorrow.

I think I'll try these but will order them cheaper and with an easier return.

Sorry Woot.

I think some manufacturers put stuff on Woot just to generate a little buzz. (Sorry, that's a non-electronic ballast pun. )

ijustwootedinmypants


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Oops, I linked to the Hypericon bulbs I bought. This is the Triangle bulbs.

https://smile.amazon.com/Triangle-Bulbs-equivalent-Fluorescent-Replacement/dp/B01KN336G8/ref=sr_1_1?s=hi&ie=UTF8&qid=1490107862&sr=1-1&keywords=T96001-4+T8+LED+Shop+Light+Tube%2C+4ft%2C+18W+%2836W+equivalent%29%2C+5000K+Daylight%2C+2200+Lumens

lshean


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I'ld like to see some replacement leds for the T12's

prazbotta


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Are these rated for outdoor use, or in a damp location?

lbf525


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lshean wrote:I'ld like to see some replacement leds for the T12's


Electrician here:

You're looking at them. The same "tombstones" (fixture sockets) fit both T-8's and T-12's.

The page says use with or without ballasts; I recommend without, as ballasts use some power.

lbf525


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prazbotta wrote:Are these rated for outdoor use, or in a damp location?


Not specifically as far as I can tell, but fluorescent and LED bulbs are technically sealed units, and have been used outdoors for years. I don't suggest direct water contact, but they'll work fine in damp locations.

lbf525


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robertredman wrote:Is this your company?

http://trianglebulbs.com/

It is their site, or rather, will be. That URL (with 3 W's) is printed at the bottom of the page shown in the bottom thumbnail.