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Budget LED's Illuminating Wonders

Hello 420 Magazine Forum Members!

We are one of the Grow Light Sponsors. Here we will post grow updates and photos from grows under our lighting! Here is what you get with us:

Budget LED is based out of Michigan. We produce the highest performing grow light dollar for dollar on the market. We pride ourselves on innovative designs as well as continuous product research and development to stay ahead of the LED lighting industry. We are a small but efficient team of engineers, customer service specialists, shipping / receiving specialists, and staff growers.

What you get with us:

  • The highest performing grow light for the money
  • Industry leading customer service
  • Top bin Samsung (LM301B / LM301H), Cree, or Osram Diodes
  • Industry leading driver by Meanwell
  • Highest quality in the industry
  • Hand built, pre-assembled kits that are easy to complete
  • Easy to follow assembly instructions
  • 3 Year Warranty
  • 30 day money back guarantee
  • Free shipping in the USA (Canada $29.99 USD flat rate)
  • Shipment within 24 hours of order placement (except Sundays or holidays)
  • Veteran owned and operated
Now, let the pictures begin!

Here is a pic of our Red Spec kits in a 6 x 4 at the start of flower.

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Here is a random shot from a happy customer under our full spec boards and our older Series 2 Lights.

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Dutchman1990

Member of the Month: Dec 2018 - Grow Journal of the Month: Apr 2019 - Grow Journal of the Year: 2019
If I wanted to use your lights for a grow room application rather than a tent, what would you recommend for say 12 x 6 area? Lights that could be used for both veg AND bllom?

Are you growing wall to wall or will you have walking paths on the edges (like along the walls)? If so, 3 of our 480w kits would be perfect. Either our full spec or our red spec in 3500k for full cycle.
 

Jay T Trichomes

Well-Known Member
Welcome and thank you for being a sponsor! I currently run quantum boards in my flower rooms now. Wrapping up construction on another flower room and I will definitely take a look at your products. I’m a Michigander as well so would love to spend my money in state!! I have 4 boards wired up to a 480 meanwell driver currently. So I’d be in the market for something similar!
 
Ok great. Yes 3 of our 480w kits as previously mentioned would be perfect for that space.

Either option mentioned would be great. The full spec has the added UV.
 
I would have walking paths along the edges.

Ok great. Yes 3 of our 480w kits as previously mentioned would be perfect for that space.

Either option mentioned would be great. The full spec has the added UV.
 
Welcome and thank you for being a sponsor! I currently run quantum boards in my flower rooms now. Wrapping up construction on another flower room and I will definitely take a look at your products. I’m a Michigander as well so would love to spend my money in state!! I have 4 boards wired up to a 480 meanwell driver currently. So I’d be in the market for something similar!

Thanks for the warm welcome. Yes Michigan. We are in Oakland county.

We have options for what you would be looking for. If you have specific questions when your ready, please let us know.
 

Scottsquatch

Well-Known Member
I'm a bit confused about the difference between the series 2 with full spectrum and the series 2 with far red spectrum. Which application would call for the full spectrum and such would call for the far red. I want to pull the trigger here, but I need to know more.
 
I'm a bit confused about the difference between the series 2 with full spectrum and the series 2 with far red spectrum. Which application would call for the full spectrum and such would call for the far red. I want to pull the trigger here, but I need to know more.

The full spec is ideal for full cycle growing. It includes everything your plant needs from start to finish.

The Red Spec is primarily a flowering light. However, many customers like its slightly stronger 660nm spectrum compared to the full spec. When we build it with 3500k LM301B, the boards give the blue needed for vegging. Some customers prefer to have the added 660nm to benefit in flower even if it performs slightly less in veg compared to the full spec. The red spec also lacks the UV.
 
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