|Manufacturer||Bailina Lighting Electric Appliance Co.,Ltd|
|Product Dimensions||117.09 x 2.29 x 3.56 cm; 2.77 Kilograms|
|Item Model Number||INWT504020650Bc|
|Assembled Height||1.4 inches|
|Assembled Length||46.1 inches|
|Assembled Width||0.9 inches|
|Shape||LED SHOP LIGHT|
|Number of Lights||8|
|Included Components||Bulb included|
|Special Features||No radio interference|
|Switch Installation Type||Close to ceiling|
|Type of Bulb||LED|
|Luminous Flux||2200 Lumen|
|Item Weight||2.77 kg|
Barrina (Pack of 8) LED T5 Integrated Single Fixture, 4FT, 2200lm, 5000K, 20W, Utility Shop Light, Ceiling and Under Cabinet Light, with Built-in ON/Off Switch
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|Switch Installation Type||Close to ceiling|
|Special feature||No radio interference|
About this item
- SUPER BRIGHT - More than 2200 lumens output, 20w low power consumption, Save 65% on your electricity bill
- NO RADIO INTERFERENCE - Upgrade led drive, it has longer lifespan, higher working stability and no radio interference
- EXTENDABLE DESIGN - Could connect up to 8 lights in series by 48 inches connecting cords or connectors. (48 INCHES connecting cords can meet your different installation needs)
- EASY INSTALLATION - Plug & play. For added convenience, there are 4PCS 59 inches power cords each package,1 power cords for every 2 tubes
- QUALITY ASSURANCE - 3-year unlimited warranty, easy and fast replacement is offered if any quality issue
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Barrina LED T5 Integrated Single Fixture is a great option for lighting up garages, basements, work areas, utility rooms etc.. It provides you much brighter, cheaper and healthier lighting than conventional fluorescent light and can easily replace any existing fixtures.
8 x LED T5 Integrated Single Fixture
4 x Power cord with On/Off Switch
8 x Installation Accessories
6 x Connecting Cords
8 x Small Connectors
Beam Angle: 270 degrees
Luminous Flux: 100-110lm per watt
Color Rendering Index(CRI): 80
Lamp Power Factor: 0.98
Input Voltage: AC85~265V
Material: Top quality Aluminum & superior PC
Highly efficient 100~110 lumens output per watt.
Low power consumption and low thermal output.
Environmentally friendly: mercury free.
Lower maintenance costs compared to existing lighting.
Long life span: 50000 hours - lasts up to 10x longer than conventional lighting.
garage, offices, plazas, hospitals, hotels, terminal buildings, schools, supermarkets.
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As an aside, there is at least one other brand of lights like this on Amazon that look to be nearly identical but slightly lower price. They are perfectly fine, but are not as nice as this brand. The end caps on these lights are nicer/more substantial, the cover diffuses the light much better (you do not see the individual spots of led light), these seem just a small bit brighter and this set comes with much nicer (and longer) connecting cords.
It took about 90 minutes to put them all up. The lights are daisy-chained from one outlet. Each one weighs a couple of ounces, which is good because the mounts included are as chintzy as can be (and yet, perfectly adequate, despite that I was driving the tiny screw that holds each one into ceiling drywall). The lights turn on instantly, and after a few minutes, I can feel a bit of heat from the aluminum heatsinking on the base. Light is quite soft. No glare, no hard shadows. So far, so good.
There are two annoyances: first, the initial switch I installed (the pack includes at least six of them) worked for a minute, then made an electrical noise and stopped working. I tossed it and swapped in another, but I wouldn't trust any of them with regular use. I don't care because mine are powered by a bulb socket adapter with a wall switch, so the inline switch is permanently on.
Second, there are only two ways to connect the lights: flush end-to-end, or with a 4' lead. If you need to mount them at angles (to make a nice square on the ceiling like I did), you end up with gobs of extra cord. I zip-tied little bundles that hang a few inches down, with a future may-or-may-not-happen project planned to trim them all down. There are also no three-way connectors, so you may need to be creative in how you position the lights if you're trying to create branches.
Anyway, if they don't fail, I'd say they're worth the money. Doing this again, though, I might opt for a brighter set. The cost is modest relative to the annoyance of the installation and wire-tidying.
You can have the old parts out and these LEDs mounted in the old fixture in less than 5 minutes per light. No need to look for a solid mounting area such as studs and what not. I simply used a 3/32" drill bit and screwed into the old fixture. I did use larger cabinet screws. I did not care much for the tiny screws that were supplied with the lights. Putting these lights in the older fixtures was a less expensive and easier option than converting the older fluorescents to LEDs by changing out the tombstone ends. I started out doing that but the cost was double.
I do have some of these LED lights that are ceiling mounted in areas that did not have a light previously. You can cut and add or shorten the cords however you like, very simple.
As for the lightweight mounting brackets are concerned. I don't know what all the fuss is about? Their made of metal and will bend easily. I did not have any troubles with them. Some bent here and there, simply bend them back into shape.
I originally bought these lights in 6500K but really hated the bluish color that was coming from them. I changed to the 5000K and love that light. So be careful of the Kelvin number before buying.
Bottom line is these are very nice lights for the price at $7.00 dollars per light you can't go wrong.
Robert in Colorado.
It's an 1800 square foot space, so pretty big, and since I was doing some electrical work anyway, it was simple to just add a few outlets and a switch near the access door. I installed all 8 along the peak of the roofline - 4 facing one way, 4 facing the other side, and it made such a HUGE difference. It seems like an extravagant thing to do to an attic, but considering these are relatively cheap, and I've spent probably 40+ hours up there over the past couple months, it made the work that much easier (pull out all the old insulation batts, add vapor barrier and reflective barrier in the rafters, run electric/coax/network, blow in new insulation).
Doing all of that in a poorly lit space would have been terrible, in other words. These 8 lights lit up the space great. There's no natural light, but once I flick the switch and they turn on up there, there's really no dark spots except maybe in the far corners.
My setup may be unique, but if you have a similar large-ish area you need to brighten, you may give these a shot. Oh, and the linking feature is awesome. I have 4 of them in one chain plugged into one switched outlet, and 4 in another chain on another switched outlet. That made more sense to me than chaining all 8 together, but you could if you wanted.