Hi, I would recommend changing the hood to a canopy and going with a Finnex light. The Stingrays can be mounted inside a canopy but I would not recommend that. The Top Fin tanks use the Marineland canopy (double check the dimensions as I have never been able to keep this straight when I'm not home).
You want to go with a fair amount of light, the ludwigia inclinata, limnophila aromatica and ludwigia ovalis pink will appreciate it. While many plants say they will survive in low light, typically if you see red on a plant, they need med to high to really show.
I would say to get a Stingray, they should support the plants. I've never liked mine, personal preference but I keep it around for the betta, he's cool with it.
The next step up would be the Fugeray Planted +, low to med light. Never owned one.
Then if you want to get fancy, there's the Planted+ 24/7. I've always wanted to try the HLC but don't see the need to buy one since the remote control on my current one has a layer of dust on it right now. Good thing about this one is that the intensity is adjustable.
All these lights have the 660nm red LEDs on them.
My experience (and I don't have a green thumb so I'll use the RRF - red root floaters in my tank as a base).
The Stingray on the 5g can barely keep the RRF alive. It may be the 5g, plants never thrived in that tank.
The Stingray on the 10G with DIY CO2 is run in tandem with a Ecoxotic E-series. I get enough RRFs to cover the top of the 10g and the 5g since I throw them away by the handful every two weeks. I also noticed them flowering a while ago. This tank also explodes with algae when I'm not paying attention.
The Planted+ 24/7 on the 10g grows a good mass of RRF (partially being choked out by duckweed) and I've seen them flowering.
TLDR: Get a glass canopy and Finnex Stingray, your plants will thank you.