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Replaces standard T8 fluorescent-style bulbs, providing the benefits of LED lighting without having to change light fixtures.
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2000-Lumen Universal 4' LED Replacement Tube Bulb

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2000-Lumen Universal 4' LED Replacement Tube Bulb 2000-Lumen Universal 4' LED Replacement Tube Bulb 2000-Lumen Universal 4' LED Replacement Tube Bulb 2000-Lumen Universal 4' LED Replacement Tube Bulb
2000-Lumen Universal 4' LED Replacement Tube Bulb

Easily upgrade your old 4' fluorescent lights to more the reliable, energy-efficient LEDs. Just swap out your old fluorescent tube with this LED tube and you get up to 50,000 hours of bright, white light. 50,000 hours means that the light can be left on for eight hours a day, every day, for over 17 years. No hum and no mercury for a safer, more environmentally-friendly lighting solution. Bright white light is very easy on the eyes, and comes to full-brightness the moment you turn it on, even in cold weather. Please check the Product Compatibility List to be sure that this will be compatible for your fixture.


  • Lets you enjoy the benefits of LED with older fluorescent fixtures
  • Plastic tube is less prone to breakage
  • Non-dimmable
(1) 2000-Lumen Universal 4' LED Replacement Tube Bulb
More Information
Brand Stonepoint
Manufacturer Part Number T8-2000
Weight 0.7000
Tech Spec
  • The T-8 only works with an electronic or magnetic ballast, it is designed to work with the ballast in place and not bypassed
  • The T-8 replacement bulbs are not dimmable
  • They do not work with T-10 or T-12 tubes/fixtures
  • Customers need to replace all tubes in their ballast to (2, 3 or 4) in order for the lights to work, they cannot just replace 1 of their old bulbs (non-LED)
  • Does not work with 277 volt ballasts
  • Lumens: 2,000
  • Watts: 18
  • CCT: 4000K
  • CRI: 80
  • Efficacy: 94
  • LED Life: 50,000 hrs
  • Beam Angle: 180°
  • Power Factor: 0.9
  • Operating Voltage: 120
  • Operating Temperature: -4~122° F
  • IP Rating: 20
Technical Documents
4.8 / 5.0
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An excellent replacement for my prior fluorescent bulbs. Much brighter and no flicker! Having a basement shop with no exposure to the outside, these provide a better light than I thought possible. Great for my older eyes also!
June 17, 2019
4 weeks ago
Woodworking Experience:
A great replacement for the fluorescent tube. No flickering or humming; just really bright light!
June 11, 2019
1 month ago
Woodworking Experience:
Very satisfied with bulbs. Put them into a 30 year old fixture and they work great!!
May 29, 2019
1 month ago
Works Exactly as Advertised
I installed them in the fixture above my wife's potting bench. Easy. She was pleased.
May 28, 2019
1 month ago
LED replacement tubes
They are great. Installs like a regular fluorescent tube, but extremely bright.
I like them.
May 25, 2019
11 months ago
Woodworking Experience:
bright shop
I have a shop in my basement and have had two 4' dual florescent fixtures over one of my benches and for years now I have had to replace bulbs and now the LED bulbs should last a long time and they are much brighter than the old florescent bulbs. Plus I did not have to modify the fixture to use these bulbs.
May 17, 2019
1 month ago
Woodworking Experience:
4 foot LED lights
easy as pie. take the old ones out, put the new ones in.

Definitely brighter with a clean hue
May 12, 2019
1 month ago
Woodworking Experience:
Led lights
Much better lighting for my workshop!
May 7, 2019
2 months ago
Woodworking Experience:
I hope it lasts longer than florescents. LED 40 years, we'll see. Well I probably won't.
March 10, 2019
4 months ago
Woodworking Experience:
Fast and Bright!
Used these to replace standard fluorescent tubes in fixtures in my cold basement/garage. They come on immediately (not like previous bulbs) and are significantly brighter. i liked the fact that they are stand alone replacements, not requiring a new fixture.
March 6, 2019
4 months ago
Woodworking Experience:
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Why did you choose this?
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To replace the bulbs in my shop lights.
Larry S on May 13, 2019
Brighter light, instant-on in cold weather and uses less energy.
Lee s on Apr 23, 2019
To replace the bulbs in my shop lights.
Larry S on May 13, 2019
Makes sense; lower energy usage and more light output.
William L on May 10, 2019
Brighter light, instant-on in cold weather and uses less energy.
Lee s on Apr 23, 2019
lower electric bill.
Lee s on Apr 20, 2019
I tried them and they were great! Brighter than flourecent.
Orville K on Mar 21, 2019
Bought 2 previously to see if they would work with my old fluorescent fixtures. Only needed to use 2 in a 4 bulb fixture. They work great and just purchased 6 more for the other 3 fixtures.
Bruce C on Mar 20, 2019
Attempting to correct flickering fluorescents. If they work, I'll be purchasing more.
Bruce C on Mar 16, 2019
They are very efficient and produce a lot of light.
Charles B on Mar 5, 2019
I did buy LED Lights but have Fluorescents fixtures with the bulbs that are flickering all the time. Will replace the bulbs and add a few fixtures.
Frederick F on Feb 21, 2019
they last longer and give excellent light
Gary H on Aug 9, 2018
want new bulbs
Joseph D on Aug 8, 2018
Bought the model to replace single standard bulb. Worked great in that configuration. Hoping these work as well.
Robert W on Aug 1, 2018
to refit some standard fluorescent fixtures
Phillip P on Jul 30, 2018
To see if they work!!
Connie R on Jul 19, 2018
Needed more light in workshop
Herbert D on Jul 17, 2018
I almost bought a new light fixture, then came across these I can use in the fixture I have and just replace bulbs! well done Rockler
James B on Jul 12, 2018
wanted more light and tired of climbing a ladder twice a year to change bulbs
James D on Jul 8, 2018
Good price and time to replace old florescent tubes.
RAY L on Jul 7, 2018
Wanted a more efficient bulb from my fluorescent ones.
James H on Jul 2, 2018
lots of old florescent tube fixtures
MICHAEL P G on Jul 2, 2018
To get the sale price
Craig M on Jul 1, 2018
I had already purchased 4 of these for my shop. I have 2 florescent fixtures and replaced the tubes in one of them. The difference was dramatic. The LED's are much brighter and better color.
Duane A on Jun 28, 2018
They work really good.
Ronald H. M on May 20, 2018
ordered 8 bulbs before and they light up my shop GREAT
susan a on May 12, 2018
Had ordered two to try and now completing my need. They are super!
George M on May 7, 2018
One of the three tubes is to replace one that broke when it got knocked out of the fixture by accident (watch when moving boards around so that you do not have an accident) and the other two are to go into a new fixture.
Charles A on Apr 25, 2018
bought 4, wife stole them for the kitchen

needed some for shop!!
thomas b on Apr 14, 2018
old 4 bulb light
Gene J L on Apr 11, 2018
To replace fluorescent bulbs in kitchen.
Dan H on Apr 7, 2018
Better lighting
Kenneth R S on Apr 3, 2018
Tryed 2 of them in my shop where the t-8s where an they made it so much brighter so I'm doing the rest of my shop
Michael S on Apr 2, 2018
Just to give them a try.
Leonard L on Mar 30, 2018
I can use them in the existing fixtures and not have to change anything.
William W on Mar 29, 2018
mine are burned out
Tim B on Mar 29, 2018
Need more light
Leslie D on Mar 26, 2018
Wanted to save energy
DON C on Mar 25, 2018
Mine needed replaced, better lighting, no need to replace fixture.
Anthony G on Mar 25, 2018
because i can use existing fixtures
JON S on Mar 25, 2018
To replace old fluorescent bulbs that are burnt out.
Arthur M on Mar 25, 2018
adding to previous order, they are brighter than the fluorescent bulbs they are replacing and there is no hum
J L on Mar 25, 2018
like the product that I have purchase in the pass from your company.
frank mclin M on Mar 22, 2018
purchased 4 at store in Frisco - replaced fluorescents n two fixtures and was amazed at difference -replacing other 5 fixtures
Bob L on Mar 20, 2018
Too increase the quality of light and brightness in my shop.
Steve B on Mar 18, 2018
dependability, use of less electricity
SUSIE D on Mar 17, 2018
Bright Light, long lasting; I am hoping it performs better than fluorescent bulbs that sometime do not function, and sometimes buzz.
RayWH on Mar 15, 2018
replace dead bulb in the work shop.
Armour M on Mar 14, 2018
I've bought four others and they work in my old fluorescent fixtures, and they are bright!!
Thomas P on Mar 12, 2018
To replace the fluorescent tubes in the 5 fixtures in my shop.
David R on Mar 12, 2018
great product
Len J on Mar 11, 2018
replace older lamps
Al C on Mar 8, 2018
Makes sense; lower energy usage and more light output.
William L on May 10, 2019
lower electric bill.
Lee s on Apr 20, 2019
does this have to 2 pins on each end?
Steve R on Nov 23, 2017
BEST ANSWER: Yes, they protective caps the protect the two prongs
Does this bulb require removal of the ballast?
Philipp2 on Nov 23, 2017
BEST ANSWER: The short answer is no. Just insert the bulbs and enjoy the brighter light they provide.
I understand that there is no need to remove the old ballast from the light fixture, just remove and replace the tubes. But, what about when the original ballast fails, will I need to replace it (the ballast)? The description says that these tubes operate on 120 volts, but the ballast puts out a different voltage. Am I confused? Yes.
LAWRENCE H on Mar 5, 2018
Are these led's used with or without existing ballast, and if so, which ballasts will work?
Thomas T on Nov 24, 2017
BEST ANSWER: WE did not remove or change our light's ballast; and, there were no instructions regarding ballasts in the package with the LED replacement bulb.
Does this have plastic around the LED's to protect them and make them shop safe from breaking glass it they are hit accidentally?
Tim S on Nov 23, 2017
BEST ANSWER: Yes. The LEDs are in a clear frosted plastic tube shaped just like the T8 & T12 fluorescent bulbs.
Does the existing ballast need to be removed and the fixture rewired?
Mack D. on Nov 24, 2017
BEST ANSWER: NO. This is a direct replacement for the old fluorescent tube. Just take out the old one and install the new. That's all.
What happens when the existing ballast goes bad?
James R on Jan 5, 2018
BEST ANSWER: It won't light. Then you need a new fixture and can get one of the new LED units. Save the tube for one of your other old fluorescent units.
If the ballast goes bad will these still work?
Hubert B on Jan 17, 2018
I just replaced my old light fixtures with 4' LED replacement bulbs. The bulbs seem to go out when there is no movement. Is that normal?
Anthony T on Aug 27, 2018
BEST ANSWER: Anthony, I purchased four of the bulbs about a year ago. I installed them in two four foot garage fixtures that were about 25 years old. They have worked perfectly since I installed them. They have never turned off other than removing the power. I am very happy with them. The dual bulb fixtures do not have the old plug-in starters in them. -- Gary
Is the existing ballast needed to drive the LED bulbs, or can it be removed?
Ron O on Mar 12, 2018
BEST ANSWER: NO need to change any thing just put the new LED bulb in the Fixture. I found the LED much brighter than the regular Flourescent in fact I tried one LED in my Bathroom single bulb fixture and was too bright for that room.
Are these bulbs 1" or 1 1/2" pins ?
tom p on Dec 22, 2017
BEST ANSWER: I do not know the length of the pins on each end but they are a direct replacement for the normal 4' light fixture. Just take out the old lamp and install the new. Works great in my unheated garage as well as my unheated remote workshop - run extension cord for temporary power. It's GREAT!
Will they work well in cold weather?
Badknee on Jan 30, 2018
BEST ANSWER: They are not affected by low temperatures.
Will led replacement work if ballast is defective?
Randy O on Apr 13, 2018
BEST ANSWER: Very probably NOT. However, it depends on the defective state of the ballast. I would suggest a replacement fixture such as those available at ACE Hardware. That is where I purchased 2 replacement units and then installed the LED tubes. Very easy to mount via an included chain on an appropriately sized cup hook.
Do they make an 8' version?
Darrell H on Mar 12, 2018
BEST ANSWER: I don’t know. The 4’ is fantastic for lighting.
Can this bulb be used to replace older T12 fluorescent bulbs or is it only a replacement for T8's?
Donald M on Feb 8, 2018
BEST ANSWER: I don't remember the difference between t8 & t12 bulbs but I can tell you this the bulbs are the kind that have 2 prongs on the end. I had talked to another individual that had replace regular bulbs to led bulbs and was given to believe that I was going to have to bypass the ballast. When I received the led's all I had to do is replace them just like a regular fluorescent. The only difference is that the led bulbs have a shade on them that directs the light down so one has to make sure that the shade is positioned upward toward the fixture rather than pointing outward, but that was no big deal.
If one just replaces the bulbs without having to rewire, are you loosing the LED energy savings?
Buzzz on Mar 5, 2018
BEST ANSWER: If the replacement tube pin spacing makes contact with the fixture sockets there is no need to replace the fixture. When I upgraded mine, one of the fixtures had to be replaced. Recent fixtures all seem to have the correct spacing of the pins. As I understand it, the savings in using the LED tube comes from the lowered current draw from the fixture's ballast transformer. Hope this helps.
can this bulb replace a 4 ft T12 bulb (1.5 inch dia vs the 1 inch dia of the T8)?
John N on Jan 21, 2018
BEST ANSWER: I'm confused. The description says this CAN't be used to replace T12 bulbs, yet a couple people have said they did that with no problem. I'd prefer not to buy them only to find they don't work in my fixtures.
Is this a direct plug in? Can someone who's installed them please answer. HD sells a similar product, but once opened, the instructions said to eliminate the ballast on the existing fixture.
Samuel S on Dec 10, 2017
BEST ANSWER: I replaced 4 - T12 bulbs, direct replacement, no changes! Bright white light, much, much brighter than the ones they replaced!!!
What frequency or wave length is this light? 2700 Hz warm light vs 4500-5000 bright antiseptic operating room white? How many watts does it use?
Albert M on Nov 29, 2017
BEST ANSWER: from the technical specs: the color temp is 4000 and the watts are 18.
Does this light require a ballast to work? My ballasts are bad, do not want to replace.
none n on Jan 17, 2018
BEST ANSWER: That's is the wonderful part of these bulbs. No ballast required!
I have both 8’ and 4’ floresent fixtures. How do I tell the difference between T-8, T-10 and T-12 bulbs?
M N on Mar 10, 2019
do they have these for t-12 bulbs?
tom f on Jul 4, 2018