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Introducing.. URSA Optilux + 4/20 SALE!!

Discussion in 'LED and other Lighting' started by URSA LED, Apr 18, 2017.

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    URSA LED

    URSA LED Well-Known Member Rollitup Advertiser


    4/20 SALE


    Hey there Roll it Up!

    We are URSA LED, formerly known as Starlite-LED.

    We’ve been silent for awhile now, busy with the rebranding process. But we’re back and we are continuing where we left off as Starlite! For those who don't remember/ have no idea who we are, I've included a couple of links to our older posts as a refresher!

    http://www.rollitup.org/t/starlite-...fd-4-by-4-coverage-2-feet-from-canopy.905308/

    http://www.rollitup.org/t/starlite-led-1200w-titan-series-new-optilux-v2.908853/


    It is my pleasure to present to you guys our new flagship fixture, the URSA Optilux. This fixture utilizes URSA’s customized spectrum directed towards plant growth.

    Running at a true 640 watts, the Optilux delivers a stunning 1500 PPFD @ 2ft from the canopy with 400 PPFD on the edges of a 4 x 4 area.

    As 4/20 is approaching, we wanted to give everyone here a chance to try out our new Optilux fixture at a discounted price. For the next week, following 4/20, we will be selling Optilux fixtures for $1,200! A 25% discount off our $1,600 sticker price.

    ADDITIONALLY! We will be selling our Helios 185W and Helios 320W fixtures in our DUET spectrum for only $215 and $370 respectively.

    At URSA, we like to keep it simple. Just mention RIU in your inquiry and we’ll automatically include the promotional pricing. If you’ve been waiting for the right moment to pull the trigger on some new lights, wanted to venture into LED or just wanted to try them but not at full price, NOW’S YOUR CHANCE!! Please direct any inquiries to [email protected] or PM us here!

    Are you in the Bay Area? Would you like to tour our office? Let us know! We’d be happy to show you our technology face-to-face.

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    *Yes, you can remove the bracket and the wires, so you can choose to use either or.*
     
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    URSA LED

    URSA LED Well-Known Member Rollitup Advertiser

    Hey everyone!

    We've been getting a lot of request to make a video like this.. so here it is!! A short PPFD output demonstration of our new Optilux! Check it out hope you guys like it!

     
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    cool2burn

    cool2burn Well-Known Member

    your price point is still a bit high even with the discount,
     
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    puffenuff

    puffenuff Well-Known Member

    Looks great. Happy to see you guys come out with some new stuff. Hope to see people start using these
     
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    brewbeer

    brewbeer Member

    Seems reasonable for a 16 cob fixture.
     
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    BobCajun

    BobCajun Well-Known Member

    Looks about like what I'd expect from that wattage. Like every other commercial LED grow light I've seen, it directs it all straight down, so plenty of intensity directly under the fixture but very little outward from it. I'll give you a suggestion how to beat every other such light on the market, and it's not even that hard to do. Instead of the flat heat sinks, which require flat mounting of the LEDs, you could use round heat sinks, commonly available, one on each of the outer COBs, and then mounted in such a way that they are independently adjustable, like track lights. Then people could do what is clearly required to get any kind of usable intensity on the outer perimeter, adjust those COBs so that they point outward instead of down. What you have there is a square spotlight. Granted a rather nice spotlight, but a spotlight nonetheless.
     
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    Jimmyclone42

    Jimmyclone42 Well-Known Member

    I find this to be the problem with all prefabed lights.. Packed too close together .. DIY is the way to go.. Build and space your cobs how you like.. At a cheaper price..
    Cheers
     
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    BobCajun

    BobCajun Well-Known Member

    Yes, ultimately a 4 foot square fixture would be the most even light distribution, but to keep a fixture fairly small for convenient shipping it would either have to be extendable, like sliding sections, or each COB individually adjustable. The fixture which is the subject of this thread is competitive with other similar wattage fixtures. I'm just saying that with an adjustable design it would be ahead of the pack.
     
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    berulakide

    berulakide Well-Known Member

    I have been looking into these lights a bit and am quite interrested. Instead of a round heatsink, make it either smaller pieces that attatch together or a big panel with each one having hinges that lock in multiple positions so you get the angle with directed light.
    also with 125w chips, throw some fans in there and make them dimmable and with 100w power capabillity with fans kicking in on temperature switch. For the price point would be nice extras.
    Just an idea..
    these guys also make a massive single chip, I dont know what you would drive it with but I was talking to a guy named sang. seems like a good guy.
     
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