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Don't gamble on performance. Every SunPaq™ lamp is handcrafted with the best components and phosphors and rigorously tested, setting a new standard in compact fluorescent lighting. Now available up to an incredible 130 watts, SunPaq delivers quality you can bank on.
- Nichia Phosphors
- Gold Plated Pins
- Phillips Brand Filament
- 2mm Thick Glass Tubing
SunPaq lamps provide professionals serious output for serious growth. We created a line of high lumen output lamps with quality beyond expectations. SunPaq lamps feature the highest lumen per watt output of any compact fluorescent lamp - that means higher growth with less power. But we didn't stop there. By incorporating the industry first dual phosphor technology, Current was able to combine color combinations in a single lamp that changed the underwater world.
Dual phosphor technology makes the SunPaq lamps a brilliant choice when it comes to compact lighting. Utilizing a proprietary blend of phosphors from Nichia, the world's leading phosphor manufacturer, SunPaqs produce eye popping colors and superior lumen maintenance.
40W Lamp Dimensions: 16.75" x 1.75" x 1"
- Dual Actinic (half 420nm / half 460nm)
- Dual Daylight (half 6,700K / half 10,000K)
- SmartPaq (half 10,000K Daylight / half 460nm Actinic
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Great Bulbs Review by corrado007
These bulbs are getting hard to find. I just bought a new set as my old ones were getting old and wow, what a difference they make. You dont notice over time how dim and yellowish they get but when you put the new bulbs in and turn them on its an amazing difference. The tank looks much more white/blue than the old yellow the old bulbs made it look. I need to keep better track of how old bulbs get. Anyway, great price on some good bulbs. The pins coming out of the bulbs seemed a bit shorter than the old set I had (same part number) and it took a bit of force to get the plug to snap onto the pins but once it was on it seemed to be fine. (Posted on 2/1/2011)