Yeah they are pretty good Yellowbelly.Philips 315 are 1.9 uMol/sec
Im using a Sunmaster Pro 3200K, came with broad reflector kit, then a month later the company changes to Philips... Grrrr.... Lol. So my globe is,only 1.72..
now I feel all inferior....hehe.
Mate that is bloody beautiful!Hi all. Just finished reading through this thread. Very interested as I currently have six dim-able Sun System using Phillips 3200k 315cmh bulbs. Love the dim-able system paired with this bulb, really allows lowering the light early on. Can't compare them with anything else as this is the first go around with them. As for final weight we shall see as this grow is in a 48 hour dark cycle as we speak.
Its all in changing your growing style with these things, and not much, mostly canopy level.
Top Job please let me know the dry weight per light after harvest.
Will check your journal out mate, I always miss some....a lot actually....sorry.
Cheers Yellow Fellow! Hehe.315w Philips Master CDM Lamps
These state-of-the art lamps generate a greater level of useable plant light (photosynthetically active radiation) and run with a blinding intensity that's immediately apparent to the naked eye. The lamp is full-spectrum so it will produce the goods in both veg and flower – expect to see increased growth rates, tighter internodes, an improvement in overall vigour and an increase in final weight. It also has an increase in the red spectrum which gives a definate boost during flowering.
Philips GreenPower 930 Elite Agro CDM Lamp – full spectrum lamp with an increased red spectrum
Philips MasterColour 942 Daylight CDM Lamp – full spectrum lamp with extra blue light for veg
Run at blinding intensity that's clearly visable with the naked eye
Ideal to give your plants a boost during flowering to increase yields
Highly efficient Philips 930 Agro puts out 1.9 micromole (umol) per watt of electricity
Highly efficient Philips 942 Daylight puts out 1.7 micromole (umol) per watt of electricity
Extremely high PAR levels on both lamps
hese state-of-the art lamps generate a greater level of useable plant light (photosynthetically active radiation) and run with a blinding intensity that's immediately apparent to the naked eye. The lamp is full-spectrum so it will produce the goods in both veg and flower – expect to see...www.onestopgrowshop.co.uk
Thanks mate, I got a lot of shit on at home atm and its,good to have someone to show the bits I havent had time to chase up. Cheers.
Lol. Mate, you might want to read above and learn. That would be Philips info.I posted my silly little video. Until you and Lowrider 72 post your source, I'll assume you both have been duped at best.
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