Here it is, suitable for wet/damp locations, I believe with pulse start? and an M59 bulb socket.
I have had it for awhile and used it once several years ago, bolted to the wall inside a garage.. slightly tilted up, and vegged some beautiful looking starts, and it's been sitting ever since.
I would like to have it as a supplemental\backup light\seasonal extra flowering fixture.. and wondering what bulbs would work best for mostly flowering? I heard the 4000Ks work good but unsure if I should use anything but the recommended bulb in this type of fixture. It does get pretty warm, but I want it too right now!
It's completely sealed but I could take the glass off if need be, or even add intake and exhaust flanges I suppose. I also wanna drill out and add some eye bolts so it can also hang from the top. I like that I could spray without hurting it though so rather leave sealed.
I have no idea the age of the bulb that's in it or even itself. Probably around 10 years, other than that it looks pretty standard and has a 400MH/U USA-8M-1 printed on the side of it.
Been wanting to try an all MH test run on my current strain, and also use it between my two 1000 HPS's to add a better spectrum with UVs to my flower room, when not in use otherwise.
Figure I can use it in my spare 3.5x3.5 multi purpose veg/flower/drying room right now over a little 2 plant coco scrog . Flip flopped to run during HPS lights out, instead of running a heater(s) for the rest of winter/spring, with no need to exhaust outside.. except back through my main work area and to the flower room, helping to keep it warmer, so I can kick my radiant oil heater down to the lowest setting. Might as well flower plants instead of waste heat right
Anyone have any suggestions on a decent bulb for the job, or use these fixtures to bloom before?