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Old 02-07-2015, 02:55 PM #1
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Question LEDS in Europe

Hi, I'm interested in buy a Led Panel, I was thinking in buy the new Hans Panel of 150w. it costs like 320€, there is any better quality LED retailer in Europe? Thank you

130 Watt Cree XBD and Osram LH-CPDP LED Power, total power consumption max 150 Watt

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24 Cree XBD 701 Red
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16 Osram LH-CPDP DeepRed Led's

Grow area: 80*100 cm, 32" * 39"
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While Hans panels work good for small spaces, IMHO, they are lacking

Cannabis prefer a lot more white diodes than Hans uses

Check out Amare Technologies

They may be a much better buy after the money conversion

The Solar Spec 100 is $295 US

They are certainly a more cannabis friendly led
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Hi, I'm interested in buy a Led Panel, I was thinking in buy the new Hans Panel of 150w. it costs like 320€, there is any better quality LED retailer in Europe? Thank you

130 Watt Cree XBD and Osram LH-CPDP LED Power, total power consumption max 150 Watt

6 Cree XBD Royal Blue
24 Cree XBD 701 Red
7 Cree XBD White
16 Osram LH-CPDP DeepRed Led's

Grow area: 80*100 cm, 32" * 39"

it doesnt exactly fit your area but maybe the ePapillon Hortiled is an option.

this 93W bar uses 72 pcs Osram high power LEDs, driving these LEDs at a much lower current than the Hans Panel insures a much higher efficiency. downside of using more LEDs is pricing.

https://www.growshoponline.nu/verlic...er-led-module/
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While Hans panels work good for small spaces, IMHO, they are lacking

Cannabis prefer a lot more white diodes than Hans uses

Check out Amare Technologies

They may be a much better buy after the money conversion

The Solar Spec 100 is $295 US

They are certainly a more cannabis friendly led
Thanks but the product its from USA and can't buy it because of taxes, cost of shipping and warranty.
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it doesnt exactly fit your area but maybe the ePapillon Hortiled is an option.

this 93W bar uses 72 pcs Osram high power LEDs, driving these LEDs at a much lower current than the Hans Panel insures a much higher efficiency. downside of using more LEDs is pricing.

https://www.growshoponline.nu/verlic...er-led-module/
Thanks, it's an interesting option, the problem is that is way more expensive, but it seems powerful.

They said with 4 you can match a 600w HID. but for a 1.600€...

BTW, what is the covering area with one of this bar, I can't find it.

Thank you
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hey bro, im also in the eu, i think because of taxes and handling and prices being crazy here locally i would suggest to make your own led using cree cobs or look into mars hydro from china.

mouser electronics ships internationally for free(over 70 euro purchase i think) so if you want the good stuff you can check that out or just order from china


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Thanks, it's an interesting option, the problem is that is way more expensive, but it seems powerful.

They said with 4 you can match a 600w HID. but for a 1.600€...

BTW, what is the covering area with one of this bar, I can't find it.

Thank you
in a 4 x 1 (1,2 x 0,3 meters) grid the ePapillon HortiLED averages 555 µmol/m2s
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The hans panels are good units, super lightweight too.
What size growspace are you working with? what size footprint do you desire?
If the footprint needs to be larger , you could also look into mars hydro reflector units.

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Hi! I already bought the Epapillon Hortiled 93W. and I asked them about how many units I need to get a yield like the 600W. HID, they told me this:

"You need 3 to 4 pcs to get the same or better yield. (but 3 pcs should be enough so you could try this first)

If you mount 4 pcs you can mount them 20 cm over the canopy, if you mount 3 pcs you can mount them 30 cm over the canopy.

If you have a fan in your room and you direct the airflow to the LED modules the LED modules gain in performance due to the increased cooling."

Graphic with 3 LED modules:

https://imgur.com/nRdfB1O

Graphic with 4 LED modules:

https://imgur.com/jQ60lgT

- Do you think I should get a total of 3? or 4? modules to get a yield close to a 600w hid?

See ya!
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Grow Northern is in England. They just released a new light which looks interesting. They did some novel things.

GN had a good light using Phillips diodes. A lot of people on autoflower.net used it. About a year ago GN announced this new light, quit selling their existing light... and then nothing happened for about 9 months. It took longer to bring the new light to market. During that time they didn't sell any lights. So, it was strange because I didn't think they'd survive. But, they designed an entirely new light. I don't read autoflower.net any more. But, if you're interested in more info about it, you should look there.
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