There 400 watt light only draws 100 watts at the wall so it’s really going to do f all even for Vege , might be suitable for a mother plant or starting a couple of clones if that’s what your after thoughThey’re junk unless you want a small light for Vege , black dog or California light works are quality if you want something for flower
Just depends what you want the light for and what type of space you want to cover , I use leds for Vege to keep my power down then switch to double ended hps for flower they’re unbeatable for speed quality and yield during flower also more efficient than regular hpsYes , although the light is advertised on there website as “400watt” read the description of it , it only draws 100 watts at the wall Meaning it’s only a 100 watt light there’s nothing 400 watt about it haha
Read the description carefully for yourself if you’re stupid enough to buy something that only draws 100 watts at the wall and is sold as a 400 watt light it’s up to you... the draw power is also the wattage of the light it doesn’t magically get another 300 watts from somewhereI feel as though you could be talking shit
I still feel as though you're talking shit. Clearly you're mistaken and are obviously talking about the Quantum PAR LED which is 100w power consumption. The one I'm referring to is the Samsung LM301B with 2 240w mean well drivers. Ya know. The 400w one.Read the description carefully for yourself if you’re stupid enough to buy something that only draws 100 watts at the wall and is sold as a 400 watt light it’s up to you... the draw power is also the wattage of the light it doesn’t magically get another 300 watts from somewhere
Might be ok , there’s a lot of junk Chinese leds around I would either Stick to the quality Brands that are used by the big operations in the USA or just stick to mh/hps combo
they tend to be a bit slow in flower and produce a more stretchy airy bud that’s not dense , I use a shitty Chinese led for Vege as well does a great job but worthless in flowerAhhh yes. The small cob. Yeh nah bugger that. The one I'm using seems to be doing the trick in veg so far. But was wondering what it's perform like in flower.