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You starting a business or just looking to buy in bulk?
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Solar tubes are expensive themselves and can be tricky to install depending on the home.
Another perfectly viable option indeed!
I would use 16 gauge, but yes exactly
I bet they will replace it; if not it is a easy fix.
Those only supply a little over 100 lumens a watt, you want 140-170 lumens per watt...
The 96 modules are capable of more penetration and are less efficient.
The 288s still have plenty of penetration and are more efficient.
The HLG-480H series is a good fit for six 120 Led boards.
Samsung has authorized dealerships, no need to buy directly from Samsung to get their products. Digikey is one of them, and Digikey will special...
I agree here, I have ran oversized drivers plenty of times and frequently the voltage ends up matching what it needs to.
As long as the lower...
As long as you don't use fluorescents or those 3, 5, 10 watt diodes you see in most blurples its hard to really go wrong.
A $150 dollar 600 watt...
Just to distract you all.
Have you ever considered your just doing a good job at growing? Maybe you could do just as good with other types of lighting with simular overall...
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Due to the more complete spectrum promoting more functions period. Adding UV just adds to the picture. My opinion of course from all my readings.
It is typically only requires knowledge in DC circuits; which is an easy skill to learn and I highly recommend led modules as a good starting...
Almost looks like the plant is trying to reveg
I was going by the quanity of leds. SpyderX has 2100ish leds.
Definitely; that is basicly the same as Spyderx plus. So 4 of those fixtures would be rough equivalent to 1 Spyderx plus.