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Supra Quad T5 Retrofit Fixture

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Retrofit T5 Lighting for you Canopy!

Supra Quad T5 Retrofit Fixtures are perfect for hoods, canopies, frag tanks, and refugium. They can be mounted with the included eye bolts and just add your favorite T5 bulbs and plug it in. 

Available in:

  • 24" 24W Quad T5
  • 36" 39W Quad T5
  • 48" 54W Quad T5

Supra Quad T5 Retrofit fixtures are made to fit just about any tank with a canopy and with the tried and true T5 technology success is almost guaranteed. In many cases, multiple retrofit units can be placed in the hood creating an eight bulb fixture. These fixtures are great lights for coral reef tanks, frag tanks, and refugium.

  • High-quality aluminum reflectors
  • Tightly packed into a single unit
  • Energy efficient electronic ballast
  • Water Proof Sockets


Mounting the Supra Quad fixtures is super easy with the included eye hooks that thread directly into the fixtures 1/4 x 20 threaded inserts. They can also be suspended with Reef Brite's Metal Halide Hanging kit. In most cases if the included mounting solution does not work, creating your own using the threaded inserts can be accomplished.


Length Wattage Amount of Bulbs Actual Length Height Width
24" 24W 4x24W 24" 3.25" 10"
36" 39W 4x39W 36" 3.25" 10"
48" 54W 4x54W 48" 3.25" 10"

Note: Power cord does come out of one end requiring approxamately 2" of clearance.


What's Included?

1x Supra Quad T5 Fixture with ballast

1x Eye hook set

4x Reflectors


Note: Bulbs not included.

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Product Questions

Can these be separated into 2 bulbs a gap then 2 bulbs? Or is it all connected onto one fixture.
Question by: RJ on Nov 14, 2017, 3:11 AM
The Supra Quad is a single fixture and cannot be disconnected to separate into two individual lamp sets. We would suggest looking into the Supra Dual T5 Fixture from Reef Brite if you wish to have two individual banks.
Answer by: Charlie on Nov 24, 2017, 12:20 PM