T5 lighting unit for sale

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  1. viper357

    viper357 Admin MASA Contributor

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    I have a Dazs T5 lighting unit for sale.

    It is an all aluminium housing and houses 3 x 54w T5's on electronic ballasts, it has 2 switches, one to switch on the centre tube and one to switch on both the outer tubes.

    It currently has 2 actinic (blue) tubes and one white tube. I can include the tubes if you want but these tubes are well over a year old so will need replacing. Although the actinic tubes seem fine and reflect nice colour. Price does not reflect the tubes, same price with or without the tubes.

    Please note it does not have the plastic splash shield.

    Asking R550 - includes shipping with a tracking number, delivery takes about 1 week.

    Top of the unit.
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    Bottom of the unit
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    Switches
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    Pic of unit working perfectly
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    Ahoy Viper. How much if I have it collected?
     
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    viper357 Thread Starter Admin MASA Contributor

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    R450
     
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    Excuse my ignorance but how long is this unit? Do you have "feet/brackets" for it or did hang from the ceiling with Cables?
     
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    viper357 Thread Starter Admin MASA Contributor

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    There are no feet with it, it didn't come with any:( There is a slot along the top which would allow it to be hung. I simply laid it flat on top of the tank. If you look at the pic with the switches, inbetween the 2 screws at the top you can see a little grey cutout thing, that pulls out and allows you to slide your nuts in there for the hanging mechanism.

    It measures 122cm's long.
     
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    Slide my nuts where??:lol: I'll just check tomorrow how much a new splash guard will set me back then I'll let you know.:thumbup:
     
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    viper357 Thread Starter Admin MASA Contributor

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    :lol: cool. You could try one of the plastic places, you just need a very thin piece of plastic to be cut. I think about 2mm thick at the most.
     
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    Viper if you dont mind me hijacking.
    Jaak, I also have one of these units.
    Simply drill 2 holes at the top of the unit and suspend it using steel cables.
     
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    2nd dibs on the unit please
     
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    Sold @ R550. Viper please PM banking details and i'll pm delivery details. It's just easier if you send ti. Thanks!:thumbup:
     
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    viper357 Thread Starter Admin MASA Contributor

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    Sold to Jaak, thank you, will PM you.
     
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