those lights are awesome but have any1 of u heard about these lights The lightbulb of the future? | Videos on ZDNet
because of the sulphur plasma lamps size shape and immense light intensity, it lends itself perfectly to the concept of using a single remotely located lamp to light several different rooms, even on different light cycles without adding ANY surplus heat, by streaming the light via tens of thousands of fibre optic strands to multiple growrooms with a cpu controlling the fibre optic strands individually to cater for each rooms day/night cycle and intensity of light desired for each room and because the fibre optic strands only carry the light and none of the heat, the ends of these strands will be able to touch yr plants without burning at all, unavoidable heat issues for the indoor gardener would be a thing of the past! This concept similar to light piping already used in sp technology is already undergoing research and development...
Sign on the new bills nowhttp://capwiz.com/norml2/home/
they aren't as good when looking at the lumen/watt but 140 lumen/watt is still good and that little bulb is so tiny
this is a screen shot from the video
and heres a list of some lights (the sp lamp is not on it unfortunately)
Uh, people, the 1000 watt version does not produce 600,000 lumens. This light is no more efficient than a HPS which is why it never took off 15 YEARS ago when this technology first came out.
Until high power LEDs become twice as efficient and much cheaper, HID lights are in no danger of being replaced.
Talk, without the empiricism to back up your statements, is dogmatic BS.