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Reef Brite

Supra Slim Line Single T5HO Retrofit Fixture

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24" Supra Slim Line Single T5 Retrofit

SKU: 210972

In stock

$103.50

$120.87
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36" Supra Slim Line Single T5 Retrofit

SKU: 210973

In stock

Discontinued by Bulk Reef Supply
$118.80

$138.74
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Add the look and feel of T5HO lighting to your tank in minutes with the Supra Slim Line Single Fixture from Reef Brite. The entire fixture is only 2.5" wide and can be placed in almost any hood or canopy to accent your current lighting system.

 

Reef Brite's Supra Slim Line Single is the perfect addition to any type of lighting system. The slim fixture is only 2.5" wide allowing you to add it into the tightest of spaces. The reflector is Reef Brite's proprietary design that allows the maximum amount of light available to be reflected back into your aquarium. You can even angle the reflector to direct the light exactly where you want it allows you to mount the fixture in many different orientations depending on your specific needs. The built-in fully electronic digital ballast helps save energy while operating the bulb at its peak performance. 

 

The Supra Slim Line can be suspended with the included eye hooks or with the Reef Brite Hanging Kit

 

Specifications:

Dimensions - 2.5" W x 3.75" H

Voltage - 120VAC

Cord Length - 76"

 

What's Included?

1x Reef Brite Supra Slim Line T5 Fixture

2x 1/2 x 20 Eye Hooks

 

Note: Bulb not included.

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Product Questions

Is this Ho or VHO, how many watts?
Question by: Lloyd on Jan 30, 2023, 6:04 PM
Thanks for the question! This is HO with Voltage - 120VAC
Answer by: James Johnson (BRS Staff) on Feb 16, 2023, 11:52 AM
Does the Supra Slim Line fixture use rapid start or programmed start ballasts?
Question by: LQT on Jan 6, 2018, 10:40 AM
Thanks for contacting BRS!
The only ballast information we've received from the manufacturer is that it is a "fully electronic digital ballast". Have a great day!
Answer by: Josh Cuta on Jan 11, 2018, 1:31 PM