I don't have those exact lights, but I've used similar ones (https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B07MV ... UTF8&psc=1
in case you were wondering). I had space constraints. I use it on a fishbowl style terrarium I have in my office.
I would not recommend these types of lights. They put off very little light. I need to keep the plants literally inches away from the light bulb or they'll stretch. I wouldn't put more than one, maybe two plants under one of these types of lights.
I would highly recommend you get a Par38 GE bulb instead (https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B07NN ... =UTF8&th=1
). Should still be in your price range, and fits any standard light bulb socket. The light is awesome. Can easily light up a 2'x2' space and provide sufficient light to a variety of plants. I got it for a nepenthes sanguinea I acquired (first nepenthes). I thought it would be as powerful as one of those cheap LEDs so I put it about 6" away from the plant, and it burned it, lol. You need to keep the bulb about 2-4' away from the plants, but it gives you more options.