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Old 01-09-2019, 07:30 PM
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From the website....

With a remotely mountable power supply, the SPYDR 2 Series is just 1.3” thin with a recommended mounting height of 6”–12″ above canopy. The SPYDR Series is purposefully designed for multi-tier cannabis cultivation – from veg to bloom – with PPFD up to 1,060 µmol/m2/s over a 4’x4’ canopy.

All SPYDR models are dimmable with our light intensity Dimmer for precise control over PPFD and offer flexibility to instantly accommodate a new crop with varying light requirements.
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Old 01-09-2019, 09:25 PM
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thanks, now I'm going to see how they get that coverage.
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Old 01-10-2019, 12:37 AM
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thanks, now I'm going to see how they get that coverage.
and how do they exactly ?

and 6 to 12 inch you have to keep it that close all along ? woudlnt you hae to play with height non stop with supers ilver haze ? so tall ?

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Old 01-10-2019, 12:40 AM
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From the website....

With a remotely mountable power supply, the SPYDR 2 Series is just 1.3” thin with a recommended mounting height of 6”–12″ above canopy. The SPYDR Series is purposefully designed for multi-tier cannabis cultivation – from veg to bloom – with PPFD up to 1,060 µmol/m2/s over a 4’x4’ canopy.

All SPYDR models are dimmable with our light intensity Dimmer for precise control over PPFD and offer flexibility to instantly accommodate a new crop with varying light requirements.
how many would you need for say... 100 square feat , 6 of em ? 6 x 16 = 96 ?
and would it produce as much as the same setup but with 1000 watts hps ?

just curious

thanks for your great input everyone greatly appreciated
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Old 01-10-2019, 01:02 AM
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https://fluence.science/product-category/spydr-series/

That's a link to the webpage, most seem to have a 4x4 coverage area but it has a dimming function, The PPFD is so high I think the SSH would be fine and if not you could do some training/lst/scrog.

Anyway it's way out my price range, I want to make my own light with a Luminus or Cree COB using a passive pin heatsink, a guy on youtube grew a nice plant with 54w!
A couple of them would do me fine....
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Old 01-10-2019, 08:38 PM
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https://fluence.science/product-category/spydr-series/

That's a link to the webpage, most seem to have a 4x4 coverage area but it has a dimming function, The PPFD is so high I think the SSH would be fine and if not you could do some training/lst/scrog.

Anyway it's way out my price range, I want to make my own light with a Luminus or Cree COB using a passive pin heatsink, a guy on youtube grew a nice plant with 54w!
A couple of them would do me fine....
i'm planning on setuping maybe a real operation in canada, it's legal here so i'm wondering what the cost would be for the new systems
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Old 01-11-2019, 02:46 AM
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I was thinking of getting an hlg qb 288 set up

Here are some ppfd foot prints

What do you guys think?
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Old 01-11-2019, 01:06 PM
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Step out of the middle and there is considerable drop in lighting intensity. Thanks for the image Joker.
Does anyone have a graph like that for an HPS or MH?
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Old 01-11-2019, 01:52 PM
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Step out of the middle and there is considerable drop in lighting intensity. Thanks for the image Joker.
Does anyone have a graph like that for an HPS or MH?
So as i understand, nothing quite compare to 1000 watt hps hortilux eye, crazy so the technology is still king, 30 years later.
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Old 01-13-2019, 09:07 AM
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Hi Everyone,

I saw this on amazon, they claim their 3000 watt led is equal to a 2000 MH/HPS but yet only draw 600 watt of current.

So, do you guys think this claim is true or is it propaganda and why ?

here is the link :

https://www.amazon.com/BESTVA-Spectr...07DXT9162?th=1

thanks

it's a cheap led give it up with that

for have good resulat with led you need cob led and is very expennsive
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