This is an adapted version of the popular BAY6 Euro Reflector that suits CFL lamps.
• Classic, tried and tested design
• Includes a mains lead and an E40 lampholder
• Strengthened parts to cope with heavier CFL lamps
Bodging a HID reflector to accept a CFL lamp will not typically produce good results and can even be quite dangerous – avoid doing so at
Approx dimensions: 47cm x 40cm x 15cm ( L x W x H)
125 Watt Blue CFL Lamp - 6400 Kelvin
125 Watt Red CFL Lamp - 2700 Kelvin
- Q & A
Questions and Answers (10)is the cfl reflector self ballastThe CFL reflector is plugged directly into the mains, the CFL bulbs have a ballast built in. We would strongly advise against using any bulb other than a CFL in this reflector.
Written by rome | 6 Jan 2013Ideally id like to hang my lights as i will be needing to adjust their height frequently. Can I hang this reflector or must it be fixed?It is possible to hang this reflector using Exolux Ezi-Roll Light Hangers. You can then adjust the height of your reflector simply by pulling it up or down.
Written by MK | 22 Oct 2012Can Sunmaster Lamps be used with this Reflector?That depends which "Sunmaster" you mean!! This reflector is suitable for all CFL lamps - one brand of which is called a Sunmaster CFL lamp. It is NOT however suitable for use with HID sunmaster lamps which require a ballast.
Written by Bill | 31 Aug 2012does the reflector for the 125 w cfl come with mains leadsThe CFL Hobby Reflector is supplied with a mains lead & plug, all you need to do is screw in your bulb & plug it in.
Written by leo | 23 Jun 2012What are the dimensions of the hobby reflector, it looks like a great product but its needed for a very specific place. ThanksThe CFL Hobby Reflector is 47cm lond, 40cm wide, 13cm high.
Written by Macintosh | 2 Dec 2011Can you use this for a 250watts cfl?This reflector will not accomodate a 250W CFL bulb, the Sunmate Grow CFL reflector will take a 250W CFL lamp.
Written by ST | 15 Sep 2011I have just received my cfl eco light and hobby reflector but i have noticed that the reflector has a sort of blue film covering the inside and would like to know if this blue film has to stay on or does it have to be taken off before use ?You need to take this blue film off before use, it is on there to procect the reflector surface during transit.
Written by martin | 7 Jul 2011I am trying to find out which offers the highest lumen output, a 2 tube Exolux ( 9600 lumens, 110 watts) or a 125 watt Sunmate CFL?A 125W Eco Light will produce 12000 lumens. For maximum light intensity from a 125W Eco Light, we would recommend using it in conjunction with a Sunmate Grow CFL reflector.
Written by Greg | 17 May 2011Whats the Dimensions ?The dimensions are 47cm x 40cm x 13cm.
Written by Dave | 14 May 2011What lumens does this kick out ?The 125 Watt Eco lights put out 12000 lumens. They can be used with either a CFL Lead & Lampholder, CFL Hobby Reflector, or a Sunmate Grow CFL reflector.
Written by Dave | 14 May 2011