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Led lights

Discussion in 'LED and other Lighting' started by Kenngodd1, Jan 4, 2013.

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    Kenngodd1

    Kenngodd1 Member

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    SnotBoogie

    SnotBoogie Active Member

    Looks like that panel has a hell of a lot of blue in it. I'd be curious to hear if that causes you problems - most people have the opinion that more than 10-20% blue can be detrimental.

    Also your pictures are tiny :P take a close up of one of the diodes (bulbs) and people will be able to tell you a lot more about what to expect
     
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    PetFlora

    PetFlora Well-Known Member

    SB, I agree. Max 30% 430-450 for veg, and 15% for flower

    Other than that , excellent design. Now have him look into Merkaba, and design led arrangement accordingly
     
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    SnotBoogie

    SnotBoogie Active Member

    Merkaba? google search yielded some crystal ball shit (no offence ;))

    edit: especially relevant as I just touched solder to iron for the first time in my new project! woohoo!
     
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    Kenngodd1

    Kenngodd1 Member

    IMAG2485.jpg imagejpeg_3_2.jpg IMAG2502.jpg IMAG2501.jpg IMAG2500.jpg IMAG2498.jpg IMAG2499.jpg IMAG2497.jpg IMAG2496.jpg IMAG2495.jpg IMAG2490.jpg IMAG2489.jpg IMAG2487.jpg IMAG2486.jpg imagejpeg_4_2.jpg Correction: 1 panel for Cloning And 1 for Vegging. As you can see i started flowering in my vegging chamber due to the size of the plants and they are doing allright they are 3 weeks into Flowering. I have 2 75 watt hps lights in my Flowering chamber hoping to upgrade soon. the leds are 3watts a piece.
     
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    PetFlora

    PetFlora Well-Known Member

    If you look at the Merkaba shape it is 2 identical equilateral triangles, one overlaid on the other, creating 6 points.

    It is sacred geometry


    Theoretically, having a diode at each point should multiply the energy emitted
     
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    Kenngodd1

    Kenngodd1 Member

    imagejpeg_2.jpg IMAG2514.jpg IMAG2512.jpg IMAG2511.jpg IMAG2510.jpg IMAG2509.jpg IMAG2508.jpg IMAG2507.jpg IMAG2506.jpg 20121013_190955.jpg 4-87738510-708926-800.jpg 4-80818ACC-1071958-800.jpg 2-44E0BA03-1031200-800.jpg Some close ups
     
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    PetFlora

    PetFlora Well-Known Member

    One other thing, I would stagger the diodes on every other rail. That would provide more in between coverage

    OK one more, I would cut the larger clone leaves in half. Uses less energy, yet supplies sufficient photosynthesis to develop new leaves
     

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