Led Users Unite!

Discussion in 'LED and other Lighting' started by project fuoro, Sep 11, 2009.

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    JayY2015

    JayY2015 Active Member

    I was looking at using the lec on movers I thought maybe that would take care of those hot spots somewhat, I have also though about trying the mover with led and seeing if I can drop them down to get more penetration without bleaching.
     
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    JayY2015

    JayY2015 Active Member


    What about vero 29 newest gen ?
     
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    frica

    frica Well-Known Member

    The newer gen Vero 29s are slightly more efficient than the 3590.
    And cheaper.
     
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    Closet-Gardenholic

    Closet-Gardenholic Active Member

    What do you think about 6x vero 29 gen 7 3500k Ds @1400 vs. 8x citizen 1212 3500k @1050?

    This will be for a 20"x46" space with sunfilm (~90% reflective)

    I was planning on 2 evenly spaced rows of 3 or 4 COBs. On the short side they will be 6-8 inches apart and on the long side 10-14" depending if I go with 6 or 8 total and how long I make the fixture.

    Thank you!!
     
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    JayY2015

    JayY2015 Active Member


    Tasty led T4 covers a 24"x 48" with 6 veros in a line
     
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    Closet-Gardenholic

    Closet-Gardenholic Active Member

    Hmmm I'm thinking about just breaking my closet down into 6 sections and putting a 29D in each rectangle. They'll only have to cover 10"x15" instead of 20"x7.5" Same Area, but more square
     
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    Closet-Gardenholic

    Closet-Gardenholic Active Member

    I'm going to go with the new 29 SE 36V. Very bright and efficient @1400. This is the frame and spacing I'm going to go with to cover my 20"x46" closet. What do you guys think? IMG_1879.JPG
     
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    Gromax 3590B

    Gromax 3590B Member

    A quick view on my workbench. image.jpeg
     
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    Closet-Gardenholic

    Closet-Gardenholic Active Member

    Looks awesome! What's the arduino type board for?
     
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    Gromax 3590B

    Gromax 3590B Member

    This is a prototype lamp with an esp8266 WiFi module and dimmer (2n3904 transistor) built in. The programming/dimming/datalogging happens in a yet to build controller. Now i use my laptop as controller.

    No serial/i2c/spi cables needed. Only power plugs. the yet to build controller can control as many lamps or sensors as you want. Totally modular.

    Next question is if the plants like the extra elektromagnetic spectrum from the WiFi.
     
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    Closet-Gardenholic

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    I pictured doing something like this down the road! Keep me posted. Controlling environment through an app coming soon!
     
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    etznabkhan

    etznabkhan Member

    hey guys i just got on my hands a vero 29 (4) DIY kit from Timber Growlights excelent service, time and @RainDan is allays there for answer every question you have now im going to make a square what you think guys about the separation of cobs i just make a 2ft x2ft anodized aluminium and i think im going to put 1 on each corner and 1 driver in each side look
     

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    Closet-Gardenholic

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    What area are you covering? I can't think of a better setup as long as your footprint is square as well. I'm going with Vero 29s as well, but my stuff won't be here until next week. Let us know how it comes together!
     
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    etznabkhan

    etznabkhan Member

    i have no a specific area i just want to get the best from them i need a few things more like extractor but im going to start with what i got(cobs,dark devil seeds,biobizz and a lot of space)
    when is finished i send pics :B
    thx bros
     
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    lex660nm

    lex660nm Active Member

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    so the how wall plug efficient is New ver0 29 vers5 compared to cree cxc 200w New top bin or top bin 3590 at low drivecurrent
    i will always trust the cree8tors moree than the brigeburners /brigelux
     
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    The Dawg

    The Dawg Well-Known Member

    Fuck Cree I Spit On Your CXC :finger:
     
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    Closet-Gardenholic

    Closet-Gardenholic Active Member

    From what I've gathered, Veros are 60% th cost of CREE, and 80-90% as brightt
     
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    sixstring2112

    sixstring2112 Well-Known Member

    that is just not true.vero gen 7 are about 28.00 now and cree 3590 are about 32.00 so we are talkin 4 bucks a chip.but the new vero @ 70v is suposedly better efficiency than the cxb3590.but im not sure you can get a 70v vero gen 7 for under 30.00
     
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    sixstring2112

    sixstring2112 Well-Known Member

    what is a "cxc" i wanna see one :eyesmoke:
     
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    Closet-Gardenholic

    Closet-Gardenholic Active Member

    I didn't realize 3590s were so cheap. I have seen them listed in the $40-$44 range
     

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