New City Grower 3.0 - Sponsored by Twilight Group Co. - Featuring the Spider9 COB LED

B A R

Member of the Month: March 2014
Model Number / Spider 09-810W
Type of Light Source / Epistar and Bridgelux Chip
Quantity of LED / 9PCS COB LED
Input Voltage(V) /AC100V-240V
Wavelength Range / 370~850nm
Ratio / Full spectrum
PF / 0.9902/100V (0.9621/220V)
Power consume / 450w
Input Voltage / 100~240V AC
Frequency / 50/60 HZ
Input Current / 600mA
Beam Angle / 120 degrees
Lumens Output / 16380lm
Par Value / 200mm: 4571.2µmol
Working Environment / _25~55 degree
Lifespan / 50,000hrs
Size of Lamp Body / L500*W500*H60mm
Weight / 11.5kg






Height of hanging / Maximum Area / Light Footprint


24" / 17.1sq.ft / 50"x50"

36" / 25.0 sq.ft / 60"x60"

48" / 39.9 sq.ft / 76"x76"



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Icemud

Member of the Month: July 2012, July 2014 - Nug of the Month: July 2012
Re: New City Grower 3.0 / Sponsored by the Twilight Group Co. / Featuring the Spider9

Hey B.A.R.!!!! Subbed for sure!
 

B A R

Member of the Month: March 2014
Re: New City Grower 3.0 / Sponsored by the Twilight Group Co. / Featuring the Spider9

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And Here's the model we received no more than 10 minutes ago.



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I'll get things organized this evening. I left work after tracking it to make sure I didn't miss this delivery. If no one changed my time sheet by the time I get back it's still a full days pay without using any sick leave. Thank the lucky stars for DHL's early delivery.
 

b.real

Well-Known Member
Re: New City Grower 3.0 / Sponsored by the Twilight Group Co. / Featuring the Spider9

on it.
 

B A R

Member of the Month: March 2014
Re: New City Grower 3.0 / Sponsored by the Twilight Group Co. / Featuring the Spider9

Back at work without missing a beat! Ok folks, this journal will be ran a little more professional than our previous ones (Not so much chit chat). I'll still use layman's terms as much as possible for those of us who like to keep it simple.

Reason being is I remember how hard it was myself to grasp a lot of the info here on 420 when I first started growing. With that said, NEW CITY GROWER 3.0, THE SPONSORED JOURNAL is up & running!
 

jinn

New Member
Re: New City Grower 3.0 / Sponsored by the Twilight Group Co. / Featuring the Spider9

I guess this is the only kind of spider I'd let in m tent =p
I'm here for the party mate.
 

Hiker

Member of the Month: April 2013
Re: New City Grower 3.0 / Sponsored by the Twilight Group Co. / Featuring the Spider9

Thanks for the invite BAR. Nice looking light. Excited to see how it does for you.

I guess this is the only kind of spider I'd let in m tent =p
I'm here for the party mate.

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Light Addict

Plant of the Month: Aug, Dec 2013, Mar 2014, Mar, Dec 2016 - Member of the Month: Nov 2013, Jun 2015, Oct 2016 - Nug of the Month: Jul 2016 - Plant of the Year: 2013, 2016

mrrobert420

New Member
Re: New City Grower 3.0 - Sponsored by the Twilight Group Co. - Featuring the Spider9

hell yea im early on this! thanks for the invite - excited to see this light - what an upgrade from their previous version -
 

MaxYields

New Member
Re: New City Grower 3.0 - Sponsored by the Twilight Group Co. - Featuring the Spider9

Very cool light, super glad I caught this journal so early! Subbed for sure
 

Kalimaki420

New Member
Re: New City Grower 3.0 - Sponsored by the Twilight Group Co. - Featuring the Spider9

Congrats BAR.

I liked what I´ve seen with the Spider 4 but this is some serious gear.
 

B A R

Member of the Month: March 2014
Re: New City Grower 3.0 / Sponsored by the Twilight Group Co. / Featuring the Spider9

Welcome aboard all you early birds. I put the SPIDER 9 up about 5hrs ago inside our Bloom Tent, replacing the previous LED panel we have. I can already see the difference. Everything in there is reaching for the light. It's pretty darn bright to say the least.


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It doesn't run too hot although the temps have creeped up a bit. Our tent stays in between 71 & 79F, steady at 75. Now it's steady at 81F which is acceptable.



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The plant we'll be focusing on is new to the Bloom Tent; 3 days under 12/12 & 47 days total. So we'll be following her whole Bloom cycle.


Medium: PJ's Organic Soil Mix

Base
1/4 part - Peat Moss
1/4 part - LI Grower's Mix
1/4 part - Vermiculite
1/4 part - Perlite


Additives

1/2 dozen - Crushed & baked eggshells mixed with crushed dead cannabis leaves
1 cup - Yum Yum
3 Tablesp - Growology Step 1
2 Tablesp - Extreme Mykos
1 Tablesp - Bone Meal

Bat Guanu was added after 3wks of cooking.


Nutes:

She was nuteless during Veg & has only received 1 feeding since being placed under 12/12.

1/2 gallon of tap water
1 tablespoon of FF Big Bloom (which is organic)
1 tablespoon of BOTANICARE Cal/Mag plus

(adjusted to 6.5 PH)


The strain is unknown.



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skunnymonster

New Member
Re: New City Grower 3.0 - Sponsored by the Twilight Group Co. - Featuring the Spider9

Your tent looks beautifully illuminated buddy, congrats on the sponsorship & may it bring you mighty buds :)

They do two different spectrums & lenses with this light, I'm guessing yours is the standard spectrum with 120 degree lenses, am I right?
 

B A R

Member of the Month: March 2014
Re: New City Grower 3.0 - Sponsored by the Twilight Group Co. - Featuring the Spider9

It's full spectrum at 120 degrees Skunnymonster. All the specs are in Post #1.
 
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