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Discussion in 'LED and other Lighting' started by Beefbisquit, Nov 12, 2011.

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    BM9AGS

    BM9AGS Well-Known Member

    how many of the new led boards would fit
    - Case Dimensions - 39 x 21.5 x 9 cm, Weight - 12 Kg
     
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    hillbill

    hillbill Well-Known Member

    the quantum boards will become a widely accepted form very quickly and will be applied to our hobby, obsession, business in ways yet to be thought of with new similar products being developed.

    We are hearing the start of a loud roar here.
     
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    PetFlora

    PetFlora Well-Known Member

    IMHO, on is better off with open frame designs instead of slabs

    Why?

    Hot air rises and it's much easier to exhaust, or simply get above the heat sink

    Now, should QBs be considered, at east they 'require' lighter/thinner Al slabs
     
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    Smoke-A-Cola

    Smoke-A-Cola Well-Known Member

    JUST ADDED:
    Copperhead LED
    Toggled

    NEW LED Grow Lights:
    Cirrus LED Systems

    COB Grow Lights:
    Artificial Sun Specialty
    Go Green LEDs
    HeavenBright
    Johnson Grow Lights
    Northern Grow Lights
    Pacific Light Concepts
    Tasty LED
    Timber Grow Lights

    MCOB Grow Lights:
    Cirrus LED Systems

    Hybrid Grow Lights:
    Amare Technologies

    Panel LED Grow Lights:

    Apache Tech
    Area 51

    FULL LIST:
    Advanced LED Lights
    Amare Technologies
    Apache Tech
    Area 51
    Artificial Sun Specialty
    BIOS Lighting
    Black Diamond - URL??
    Black Dog LED
    Bonsai Hero
    Budmaster LED
    California Lightworks
    ChilLed
    Cirrus LED Systems
    Copperhead LED
    Crazy LEDs
    Ecosunlight
    Eonstar
    Evergrow Lighting
    Fionia Lighting
    Flextronics - Do they make growlights?
    Flip Chip Opto/Starlite LED
    Fluence Bioengineering
    G8LED/Dorm Grow
    GE Lighting
    GheL LED
    Global Tech LED
    Grow Candy
    GrowthStar LED
    Go Green LEDs
    GrowNorthern LTD
    HeavenBright
    Heliospectra
    Highpoint LED
    High Power 4S
    Hubbell Industrial NutriLED
    HydroGrow
    Hydroponics Hut
    Illumitex
    INNOV44
    Johnson Grow Lights
    Kessil
    Kind LED
    Kush Innovations
    leoLED
    Lifted LED
    Lighthouse Hydro
    Lil' Tomato Concepts
    Lumigrow
    Lush Lighting
    Mars Hydro
    NextLight
    Northern Grow Lights
    OG Lights
    Ohmax Lighting
    Optic Grow Lights
    Orbitec
    Osram
    Pacific Light Concepts
    PARSource
    Philips GreenPower
    PhytoLux
    Plant Photonics
    Platinum LED
    Prakasa
    Pro MAX Grow
    Sharp
    Simulight
    Smart Grow Technologies
    SunCloak
    Spectra Design Labs
    Spectrum King
    Sprout LED
    SuperGrowLED
    Tasty LED
    Transcend Lighting
    Timber Grow Lights
    Todogrowled
    Toggled
    TotalGrow
    Trulite LED
    Truth Lighting - ???
    Twilight Group
    Valoya
    VividGro
    Xprite

    DIY LED Components/Kits
    ChilLED
    Cobkits
    Cutter Electronics (AUS)
    DigiKey
    LED Group Buy
    LED Supply
    Mouser
    Northern Grow Lights
    Rapid LED
    Steve's LED
    Timber Grow Lights

    Diode Manufacturers
    Bridgelux
    Cree
    LED Engin
    Luminus
    Luxeon
    Nichia
    Osram
     
    Last edited: Dec 15, 2016
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    Greengenes707

    Greengenes707 Well-Known Member

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    fROGGled

    fROGGled Active Member

    @Smoke-A-Cola, Add Plessey to your Diode manufacturers. And speaking of Plessey.


    On-Chip Beam Forming Optics Paves the Way for New Luminaire Designs
    https://www.led-professional.com/re...ptics-paves-the-way-for-new-luminaire-designs

    An LED luminaire’s optical system usually consists of primary and secondary optics. This concept always causes a trade-off between light quality, system size, efficiency and light distribution. New concepts to make secondary optics obsolete have already been researched. Paul Drosihn, Head of Modular Products, and Samir Mezouari, Optics & Lighting Design Specialist at Plessey Semiconductors present the first of its kind chip scale beam forming technology, StellarTM. They explain how it works and how it helps to overcome the limitations of traditional optical solutions for LED lighting.


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    Stellar™ Custom

    Plessey’s Orion™ PLWS3000 series LED modules enable new concepts in LED lighting design. Utilising Stellar™ technology, bespoke designs can be customised to suit your application.

    Stellar™ technology can remove constraints commonly found in a typical small CoB such as requiring a second optic which can be 100mm in depth and difficulty in controlling colour over angle. Plessey can offer a solution using Stellar™ technology, suitable for a variety of directional lighting applications such as retail, specialist, track and architectural.

    Talk to us about a custom solution for your own lighting application.

    • Combines LED technology with Stellar™ Beam Forming Optics to provide an efficient and slim line module.
    • Innovative replacement for CoB (Chip on Board) type modules
    • Effective control of both beam angle and colour over angle.
    • Improved thermal characteristics reducing heat sinking requirements.
    • Stellar™ Beam Forming Optics provide control from a module thickness of just 5.6mm including optics.
     
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    salmonetin

    salmonetin Well-Known Member

    ...galaxy cob led name its too similar to ...galaxyhydro cob led... but only the name...:P

    ...this time without sharing the how to?.... rare but on this timessss...

    ...my best dreams for you ...always the best for friends... :eyesmoke:y una cervecita ....

    ...felices fiestas ....griego de las estrellas...:hug:...lo mismo para todos los demas bros...;)

    :peace:

    Saludos
     
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    fROGGled

    fROGGled Active Member

    You are too kind amigo, always a class act 8). Warm wishes and best of health to you and yours [​IMG] . Saludos indeed :)!


    And speaking of Plessey, sounds like these guys aren't playing around. Some bold statements but the Plessey/Phytolux guys do their homework like very few companies do.

    Plessey Launches New High-Power Grow-Light Range
    15 December 2016, by Jez Abbott,
    http://www.hortweek.com/
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    Hyperion has been developed to replace traditional high-pressure sodium grow lights, according to the company.​

    Plessey is using the January IPM Essen exhibition as a launchpad for a new high-power grow-light range that the manufacturer reckons could completely replace sodium alternatives. Hyperion is the first LED grow light specifically designed to work alongside and eventually replace traditional high-pressure sodium grow lights.

    Director for grow lights Jonathan Barton said the technology had a "proven" record of growing a wide variety of crops in different controlled environments. "Hyperion will make LED-based grow lighting a viable proposition for all commercially grown plant varieties," he said. Plessey will be exhibit the kit for the first time at IPM Essen from 24-27 January at Messe Essen Germany. "We will show prototypes at Essen and expect to be production ready by spring 2017, which is when the lights should be available in the UK. Prices are being finalised.

    "There will be a family of lights, with the first outputting around 1,000 micromoles, equivalent to a 600W sodium grow light. The energy savings will be around 40% verses high-pressure sodium." Barton said the specification was "the most efficient of any grow light out there", prompting Plessey to describe the technology as a "new generation" of grow light. "This is a hybrid light, which can be used alongside sodium lights. The benefit is they can give better yields and quality without overloading your heating system."Barton added the grow lights were developed through a close working with universities, research organisations and commercial growers. These include Dutch cut-flower grower Villa Gerbera.​
    Plessey’s LED products feature proven plant response, no cooling fan, high efficiency and energy savings over all other lighting solutions."In the past five years the industry has worked very hard to prove efficacy of LED lights on crops and that is now accepted by most people. "But there is still a lot to do on in some areas such as cost effectiveness and commercial viability for growers on supplementing existing lights or replacing them altogether."

    Edit: More info
    http://www.ledinside.com/press/2016/12/plessey_to_showcase_led_grow_lights_at_ipm_essen_in_germany




     
    Last edited: Dec 17, 2016
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    Smoke-A-Cola

    Smoke-A-Cola Well-Known Member

    So basically they are saying the same thing every LED company says, because they put their lenses in a different spot?
     
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    fROGGled

    fROGGled Active Member

    ^^^Dude are you fuckin' kidding me?
     
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    fROGGled

    fROGGled Active Member

    Not. Even Close. Francis.
     
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    fROGGled

    fROGGled Active Member

    PS Lick this shit clean Jr! LOL
     
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    Diysystem

    Diysystem Member

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    Stephenj37826

    Stephenj37826 Well-Known Member Rollitup Advertiser

    Fancy wording I suppose........ Khatod has been doing this for over a year now. We looked into an optic very similar to this from khatod. They even offer boards for thier optics as well. The problem we saw was diode density is low so under driving is tough to accomplish with this design.
     
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    hillbill

    hillbill Well-Known Member

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    Smoke-A-Cola

    Smoke-A-Cola Well-Known Member

    JUST ADDED:
    NewLux

    NEW LED Grow Lights:
    Cirrus LED Systems

    COB Grow Lights:
    Artificial Sun Specialty
    Go Green LEDs
    HeavenBright
    Johnson Grow Lights
    Northern Grow Lights
    Pacific Light Concepts
    Tasty LED
    Timber Grow Lights

    MCOB Grow Lights:
    Cirrus LED Systems

    Hybrid Grow Lights:
    Amare Technologies

    Panel LED Grow Lights:

    Apache Tech
    Area 51

    FULL LIST:
    Advanced LED Lights
    Amare Technologies
    Apache Tech
    Area 51
    Artificial Sun Specialty
    BIOS Lighting
    Black Diamond - URL??
    Black Dog LED
    Bonsai Hero
    Budmaster LED
    California Lightworks
    ChilLed
    Cirrus LED Systems
    Copperhead LED
    Crazy LEDs
    Ecosunlight
    Eonstar
    Evergrow Lighting
    Fionia Lighting
    Flextronics - Do they make growlights?
    Flip Chip Opto/Starlite LED
    Fluence Bioengineering
    G8LED/Dorm Grow
    GE Lighting
    GheL LED
    Global Tech LED
    Grow Candy
    GrowthStar LED
    Go Green LEDs
    GrowNorthern LTD
    HeavenBright
    Heliospectra
    Highpoint LED
    High Power 4S
    Hubbell Industrial NutriLED
    HydroGrow
    Hydroponics Hut
    Illumitex
    INNOV44
    Johnson Grow Lights
    Kessil
    Kind LED
    Kush Innovations
    leoLED
    Lifted LED
    Lighthouse Hydro
    Lil' Tomato Concepts
    Lumigrow
    Lush Lighting
    Mars Hydro
    NewLux
    NextLight
    Northern Grow Lights
    OG Lights
    Ohmax Lighting
    Optic Grow Lights
    Orbitec
    Osram
    Pacific Light Concepts
    PARSource
    Philips GreenPower
    PhytoLux
    Plant Photonics
    Platinum LED
    Prakasa
    Pro MAX Grow
    Sharp
    Simulight
    Smart Grow Technologies
    SunCloak
    Spectra Design Labs
    Spectrum King
    Sprout LED
    SuperGrowLED
    Tasty LED
    Transcend Lighting
    Timber Grow Lights
    Todogrowled
    Toggled
    TotalGrow
    Trulite LED
    Truth Lighting - ???
    Twilight Group
    Valoya
    VividGro
    Xprite

    DIY LED Components/Kits
    ChilLED
    Cobkits
    Cutter Electronics (AUS)
    DigiKey
    LED Group Buy
    LED Supply
    Mouser
    Northern Grow Lights
    Rapid LED
    Steve's LED
    Timber Grow Lights

    Diode Manufacturers
    Bridgelux
    Cree
    LED Engin
    Luminus
    Luxeon
    Nichia
    Osram
     
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    PicklesRus

    PicklesRus Well-Known Member

    Hello,

    I spent a bit of time trying to organize the DIY suppliers on www.ledbuilder.org into quicklinks.
    Let me know if I missed anything, or if there is something you think should be added there.

    Edit: off topic but I added a bunch of quicklinks to tools and useful websites too for DIY.
     
    Last edited: Jan 1, 2017
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    puffenuff

    puffenuff Well-Known Member

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    puffenuff

    puffenuff Well-Known Member

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    PetFlora

    PetFlora Well-Known Member

    Last edited: Jan 4, 2017

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