The impressive inroads that T5 grow lamp technology has made into the horticultural lighting industry looks set to continue with the launch of these exciting new units! Our T5 Propagation Grow Lights consume very little in terms of power but are still able to produce pretty incredible, evenly spread amounts of light, contributing towards high success rates for rooting clones and/or seedlings as well as for managing mother plants. Furthermore, you will also be pleased to know that the heat kicked out is kept to an absolute minimum – a key factor during the propagation stage. Available in four convenient sizes, your options start with the slimline single tube model designed for small grow tents and progress up to a massive 8-tube unit aimed at those lucky enough to have large-scale propagation areas.
The 1 Tube Grow Light measures 57.5cm (length) x 4.5cm (width). The 2 Tube Grow Light measures 61cm (length) x 22cm (width). The 4 Tube Grow Light measures 122cm (length) x 38cm (width). The 8 Tube Grow Light measures 122cm (length) x 70cm (width).
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Questions and Answers (13)can i hang the t5 two tube in the window above my plants on windowsillThe 2 tube T5 Propagation Grow Light can be hung using a pair of Exolux Ezi-Roll Light Hangers, & 2 ceiling hook plates or screw hooks.
Written by Bob | 7 Dec 2014Hi Could you please tell me if it is possible to buy the T5 with daylight tubes, I.e full spectrum for the two tube T5.The T5 Propagation Grow lights are supplied with full spectrum daylight tubes. We also sell replacement daylight tubes for these units.
Written by Lynn Kettle | 8 Feb 2014I would like to have more information about this product...Does it include the T5? How many watts does it provide (the smallest one)? Thank youThese units are supplied with T5 lamps. The 2 Tube is rated @ 48 Watts, the 4 tube unit is rated @ 216 Watts, the 8 tube is 432 Watts.
Written by m | 12 Jan 2014what type of bulb would you use for vegging, ie cool white, warm white.You would use a daylight spectrum tube for vegetative growth.
Written by CI | 7 Mar 2013Do i need a grow room or could this be placed above my window sill propogation unit?Hi, the T5 Propagation Grow Lights would work above your propagator on your windowsill.
Written by Michael | 12 Jan 2013Can you grow plants from start to finish with this type of light.It would be possible to use these units for vegetative growth, but we would recommend using a high pressure sodium lighting system for flowering growth.
Written by Eddy | 15 Nov 2012Could you please tell me what the actual power draw is from the 8 tube and if it is possible to flower as well as veg?The T5 Propagation Grow Light 8 Tube will draw 432 Watts, & cover an area of approximately 1 x 1.5 metres. I would personally just use this for propagation, & flower under a HPS system.
Written by dave | 18 Oct 2012the 4 tube one how many plugs and switches does it have?The 4 tube T5 Propagation light has one plug & one switch.
Written by lee | 27 May 2012whats the wattage for the one with 2 tubes?The 2 tube T5 propagation grow light is rated at 48 Watts.
Written by GT | 9 May 2012How many plants could I grow under the 8 tube lamp? I assume these are for the vegetative stage and you could transfer to HPS to induce flowering? Many ThanksThe Lightwave T5 Flourescent 8 tube will comfortably cover an area of 1.2 square metres, & are very good for raising cuttings & seedlings, & taking them through the vegetative phase.
Written by Lenny | 21 Nov 2011hi,can you flower using the t5 high output lights.how is the yield compared to hps.many thanks.You would be able to flower under these lights if you changed the tubes to warm whites, but you would find yields are reduced compared with a HPS light.
Written by SS | 27 Sep 2011what's the lumen output of each unit?The 4 tube will give out 16400 lumens, the 8 tube will give out 32800 lumens.
Written by WS | 17 Aug 2011what is the wattage of the above productThe Lightwave T5 Fluorescent Grow Lights both use fluorescent tubes rated at 54 Watts. The 4 tube is rated at 216 Watts in total, the 8 tube is rated at 432 Watts.
Written by FA | 13 Jul 2011