The CFL Lead & Lampholder consists of an E40 lampholder attached to a mains cord - no reflector is included. It is ideal when using CFL lights like the Eco-Light as a supplementary grow light because you are able to hang the lamp vertically in-between your plants. The CFL Lead & Lampholder can also be used to suspend a CFL above plants as a main growing light, but we would strongly recommend using a suitable reflector (the LUMii EnviroGro CFL Reflector or BAY6 CFL Reflector for example) if this is your intention.
For your convenience we have created two kits based around the CFL Lead & Lampholder. These give you the choice of having it supplied with either a blue or red spectrum Eco-Light.
125 Watt Blue CFL Lamp - 6400 Kelvin
125 Watt Red CFL Lamp - 2700 Kelvin
- Q & A
Questions and Answers (7)Will standard CFL screw in bulbs fit this power lead as I want to buy coloured CFL bulbs and hang them from my grow tent for different spectrums ?The CFL Lead & Lampholder has an E40 lamp fitting, this will not accomodate standard household lamps.
Written by Deano | 20 Jul 2014Hey, can you use HPS/MH bulbs with this fitting?You can’t use this reflector for HPS/MH bulbs, you would need to run these using a ballast & reflector. All of our Proxima, Hobby, & Exolux systems will run both HPS & MH bulbs, the bulb needs to be of the same power rating as the ballast.
Written by Charlie | 2 Nov 2012is this screw or bayonet fitting?This is a standard E40 grow lamp screw fitting.
Written by simon | 28 Oct 2012Does this come with a bulb or is it just the lead?The CFL lead & lampholder is available on it's own, or with your choice of blue or red lamp. You would use the blue spectrum lamp for vegatative growth, & the red for flowering.
Written by CH | 16 Oct 2012How long is the cord?The lead is 4 metres long.
Written by Dulcie | 10 Feb 2012can this hold a 250watt CFL LampThe CFL lead & lampholder will support a 250W CFL lamp.
Written by pete | 17 Jan 2012sorry, how many lumens does this lamp emit?The CFL lights give out approx 12000 lumens.
Written by nicholas | 4 Nov 2011