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  • Oct 26 2010 04:55 PM
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Posted 26 October 2010 - 04:55 PM

Well reguardless of the bad reviews I figured I would see what these lights are about. People said its really only good enough to get clones to root which is fine if thats the only use I get out of it it was still worth buying. Anyways this panel looks brighter then I expected by the reviews that everyone has given these 14w panels. Anyways my question is: is 630nm red better then 660nm?
I'm using it at the moment to supplement my vegging plants (only got 4 4 ft tubes on them and im only supplementing a very small area). Also would this benifit more then adding a 23w cfl? The light I ordered is below.

Edit: I don't expect this light to do what is advertised but at least more then a 23w cfl for supplemental lighting and yes i know it has to be close.

1 - 14w Xen-lux LED panel
120v 5' power cord

Specifications: Number of panels: 1
LEDs per panel: 225
Total LEDs: 225
Color: Red/blue mix
Power per panel: 14w
Panel size: 12.25" x 12.25"
Panel height: 1.5"
Frame: Composite
Red wavelength: 630 nm
Blue wavelength: 455 nm
Blended wave: 652 nm
Rec. coverage: 4 sq. ft.
Max. coverage: 65 sq. ft.
Use: Indoor growing
Shipping weight: 4 lbs.

Edited by yoctown, 26 October 2010 - 05:06 PM.

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Posted 27 October 2010 - 04:43 AM

I had a 90w blue UFO, that barely roots clones, good luck with 14 though.

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