From DEs to LEDs

Discussion in 'LED and other Lighting' started by greengrassgrower1, Aug 30, 2017.

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    greengrassgrower1

    greengrassgrower1 Well-Known Member

    Nice rigs Bean.

    Remember the 2 week explosion.. lol

    Day 1

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    2 weeks later trying to swap out a fan.. lol



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    This room is getting filled with QB rigs soon.
     
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    samantica.ro

    samantica.ro New Member

    hey what does this formula come out to in grams ? would you run this same veg - bloom ? thanx
     
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    calitrees916

    calitrees916 Member

    I'm so glad this run is over. Time for our new challenge!!
     
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    calitrees916

    calitrees916 Member

    7' jokers!!! Lol
     
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    goldenroad08

    goldenroad08 Active Member

    Green light helps alot yo. That's a fact
     
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    nfhiggs

    nfhiggs Well-Known Member

    Not saying it doesn't, but it distorts the Lumen value, making a higher lumen value have fewer total photons in a green heavy spectrum, than in a more red centered spectrum..
     
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    calitrees916

    calitrees916 Member

    I spy with my little eye someone's head deep in that garden...okie and bean productions!
     
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    DesertHydro

    DesertHydro Well-Known Member

    mine are coming back to life!!
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    greengrassgrower1

    greengrassgrower1 Well-Known Member

    Just keeping my thread alive when i can.. Day 28.. Flowers are setting hard..

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    calitrees916

    calitrees916 Member

    Is that a gold heat sink? How's it performing g? Any different from the slate 2s?
     
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    jonsnow399

    jonsnow399 Well-Known Member

    3 grams Part 1, 2 grams Calnit, 1 gram epsom salt. Epsom probably optional
     
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    greengrassgrower1

    greengrassgrower1 Well-Known Member

    Its the new new from HLG.. Its the gold series.. Alittle prices but an awesome thermal interface.. lol.. No it just the normal slate 2.. But from the continuous use and running them hot its changing colors..
     
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    DesertHydro

    DesertHydro Well-Known Member

    finally did some training. gonna convert my XXXL magnums to aircooled QB's after this round.
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    DesertHydro

    DesertHydro Well-Known Member

    BTW i love how you have no walkways and no wasted space. i can just imagine how you'd get to the back plants for maintenance lol.
     
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    greengrassgrower1

    greengrassgrower1 Well-Known Member

    thanks man
     
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    greengrassgrower1

    greengrassgrower1 Well-Known Member

    Day 34, things are going well. The back right corner plant is Ultra Violance and shes got 18" donkeys rocknn.. This is getting interesting..

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    greengrassgrower1

    greengrassgrower1 Well-Known Member

    Day 41,and things are doing great.. i think.. lol
     

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    greengrassgrower1

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    This page has to many pics to load right.. Need to jump to 13 for more uploads.
     
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    Psylosin

    Psylosin Member

    Lookin good man. Ive been quietly watching this thread as I'm about to be setting up a similar room. 10x10 also using quantum boards (qb288s). I like how you rigged up the lights, some ingenuity right there haha Ive been having a hard time determining exactly how I'm gonna go about building the framing for the lighting so its cool to see some other peoples ideas.
     
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    greengrassgrower1

    greengrassgrower1 Well-Known Member


    Right on.. I definitely like the DIY portion to designing lights for your specific space. Good luck with the project.
     

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