08-07-2010, 04:36 PM
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Originally Posted by zof
Ok it was kind of a bad idea to post that link(over complication on my part), I just wanted to highlight the the fact that your temperature is different from intensity. Daylight and 6500k should be the same thing, but never chose a bulb just because it is called daylight (I have seen bulbs marked at 5000k called daylight), all you really need to know is you need to find a bulb mark at 6500k that will work with your fixture. Look at your current bulb (pulling it out of the fixture if needed) and look for its T size rating (Most likely T-8) then measure its length and look for an equivalent bulb at the store with a 6500k rating.
No its not your fault, i'm just very stupid haha, I think I may just take the bulb to the store and ask them to find me one that will help lol anything to do with maths or science just goes wayyyy over my head lol.
Thanks for all your help, I really appreciate it