Discussion in 'LED and other Lighting' started by Beefbisquit, Nov 12, 2011.
Link us to it.
Good stuff! Looks like lumileds are going to be great suplementals to our whites.
Made this one just for you. IM me where to mail it.
A higher power cob? Is this the long awaited "God Cob"?
The lights are so bright lol and super efficient
Price Drop HO-250 $799 NOW $699
Price Drop HO-300 $949 NOW $799
What makes these LEDs so much better than HPS for indoor growers?
Hi Realstyles, I made my way over here to rollitup. What size tent is that in the picture? Thanks
4'x8' Gorilla tent glad you made it here. This is where I got most of my info from besides @SupraSPL
add it to the cart. ~3, 200$
So you're running 24 COBs to cover 4x4, it just seems like such a bloody expensive proposition. Hard for me to make sense of it, I've been tossing around between considering four 315s in my 5x5 or COBs. Now I'm even thinking of just going with a Gavita 1000de. Plenty of options, all of which are better than my Mars 1600 (which has been good for me). Good chance I'll go with the Gavita for a while. Watts are cheap where I live.
i tried that it was way too much light
16 will be fine, although I have 48 in a 4'x8' tent lol. But I have them turned down to about 2000w instead of 2400w and now I'm testing some Phillips 3030 lights stay tuned
real styles you rock
front cree 3590 625w 50w each
back nichia j130b 375 w 34 w each
my pex grid
gotta sort and flip
ps i prefer no reflector[i think]
Is your Hard Strip build in there? I bet that will work real well too. Nice plants.
thanks..those are 3590's and nichias..out of the pic are the 18x20w estonian strips as a 360w panel on the small plants
the new ones should be better since they will be 70 w driven lower and 1170mm..yes i r pumped
they are in production now
This is a product from Ledideal.cz a Czechoslovakian company.
I was looking at this LED light below €800 give or take shipping plus tax may come to 200 euro I'm not sure, located Northern Ireland.
wonder does it come with the frame already in picture frame looks 1m²
the English is translated,company says give us measurements and they will cut to size. Hoping to get something premium for coverage on a metre,
I just want to come in here and leave details on what I was looking at, maybe there is other deals from European companies that I don't know of, found these guys through Google search, if there's others such companies that I don't know of please send a link let me know or advise me on any experiences with this company .appreciates any advice peace out
Vero 29-350W Spider is fitted with 4 chips to grow + 4 chips on flower + 10x Osram oslon.Při switch to bloom is the combined strength of the chip Vero 29 and spektra.Naše correct color temperature of the light produced from 20 to 30 degrees (depending on the size of the box ).
Two years of research and development cost us considerable financial costs and our product because of plagiarism (which has already appeared in international fora) will not specify details of the new light.
At the moment this is not lighting the world competition and the ratio g / watt've achieved the best results compared to our competitors who do not always provide the true facts.
AC 230V / 50Hz
Consumption growth 175W, 350W bloom
dimensions 800 x 800 mm
chips Bridgelux Vero gen7 29, Osram Oslon 150 660nm
Optics Czech manufacturer
cooler Arctic Alpine (very quiet) 0.4 sone
Drivers Lumotech (slow start and life of 30-50 thousand hours) produced in the EU
3 year warranty
installation and service in the Czech Republic
The light on the aluminum profiles are manufactured to order and delivery time is 6 working days.
From January 2017 to add our lights Decor Vero 29 gen7 1750K.
PRICE : 18.890 CZK / EUR 699.00
Yeah, the guy who runs that comp. posts here every now n then. You can see his posts w/ this light (original version) going back almost 2 yrs I think.
Theres a thread here using the Vero 1750k's now.
EU companies you say.
Check them out dude.. @turfsire
or try to find expert estonia on ebay.
he sells citizen,and I heard hes willing to build lights too.
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