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Discussion in 'LED and other Lighting' started by Budzbuddha, Mar 6, 2017.

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    Franc Iss

    Franc Iss Member

    hey guys, especially the ones living in US... can anyone tell me whats the difference between HGL 550 and HGL 600H ? The only diff i noticed is the aluminium board and US production for the 550 model. anyone knows if this website selling them is reliable (growerslights dot com) ? thanks so much
     
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    ttystikk

    ttystikk Well-Known Member

    @Stephenj37826
     
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    Stephenj37826

    Stephenj37826 Well-Known Member Rollitup Advertiser

    They are an authorized retailer.
     
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    keepsake

    keepsake Well-Known Member

    I have the 600H from growerslights.
    It has 4x 288 QBs and puts out 620 watts.
    So, it's more powerful than the 550.
    But the 550 has better overall build quality and comes with 3 or 5 year warranty.
    The 600H only has 1 year warranty.

    Here's mine.
    3000k

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    Franc Iss

    Franc Iss Member



    oook.... thanks a lot , mate. that was very helpful...
     
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    Cookie-Monster

    Cookie-Monster Member

    4x QB288 (2x 4000K, 1x 3000K, 1x 2700K) with a HLG-480H-54A driver in custom aluminum rail frame (3/4"). Strains are Pineapple Chunk (left) and Purple Afghan Kush (right), Power Grape (small one) and a pepper tree/bonsai.

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    keepsake

    keepsake Well-Known Member


    Why did you start flowering so early? You could've vegged longer and yield more in the end.
     
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    Cookie-Monster

    Cookie-Monster Member

    just experimenting for now. next run will be about a 45-50 day veg
     
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    Canadian Farmer

    Canadian Farmer Well-Known Member

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    OLD MOTHER SATIVA

    OLD MOTHER SATIVA Well-Known Member

    free enterprise
     
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    Canadian Farmer

    Canadian Farmer Well-Known Member

    That’s true, but they aren’t doing themselves any favor by overcharging. Customers will always go the cheaper route. Were not talking chump change here. That’s a 170$ difference for the same light.
     
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    ChefKimbo

    ChefKimbo Well-Known Member

    Your plants finish flower at 24" above the lights?
     
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    nxsov180db

    nxsov180db Well-Known Member

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    eql33t

    eql33t Active Member

    how do you clean the diodes if dusty? my first hlg 300 the spectrum wasnt marked on board is 3000k the default? would 2 300's plus 2 cx1's be too much light in a 4x4?
     
    Last edited: Dec 23, 2017
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    Canadian Farmer

    Canadian Farmer Well-Known Member

    True about the shipping part but HLG Canada also has to charge GST+PST which is 12% for BC.

    Indoor Farmer
    1350+37+180=1567$
    (Shipping is free if you pickup at store) 1530$

    HLG Canada
    1520x1.12=1702$
     
    Last edited: Dec 23, 2017
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    nxsov180db

    nxsov180db Well-Known Member

    Oh ok my bad, I went through the checkout process because I was curious myself but HLG didn't at the fee in for me..
     
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    shrxhky420

    shrxhky420 Well-Known Member

    3x6 tray under 600w, Humboldt cookies, 8 weeks, ready for harvest
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    SH420
     
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    direless

    direless Active Member

    how many boards would be recommended for a 5x6x8 room. I would also be interested if anyone is adding far red, IR and UV and how they are doing this.
     
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    Franc Iss

    Franc Iss Member


    i would go for one qb 550 - i have the same dimensions for my grow room and it works just fine... never tried with uv and ir so far.
     
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    Flash63

    Flash63 Well-Known Member

    6BC93625-C104-443D-9E54-6414D6D8C09C.jpeg C85AE41F-6C77-4E05-A15A-76FF9BE4EA28.jpeg A19CDE52-2EB0-4452-9F34-4133182946C9.jpeg 42A405F0-C0B4-41D9-AF90-A71AD124ABF0.jpeg DFC9C630-BA74-4FEA-A0FB-F20AE5899BA5.jpeg Here’s a few pics of the garden,using half the power and getting better quality, because of the low temps.couldn’t be any happier with the performance of these lights.
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