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Timber Grow Lights: New Discount Code 420Mag!

TimberGrowLights

420 Sponsor
Hello 420 Magazine Members!

We are very excited to be back as sponsors at 420 Magazine and are looking forward to interacting with you!

Considering lights for your garden? Use our discount code '420MAG' to save $25 off each light, no limit!

All of our lights are made with top quality components, and each is custom built-to-suit for each of our customers, taking into account any special needs whenever possible.

Have questions about COBs, Timber Grow Lights, or LEDs in general? Post a thread and tag us - or send us a PM or email. We are happy to help the community in any way that we can.

Have a great day!

Take care,
Dan
 

Ditchweed242

Grow Journal of the Month: April 2018
Good to see you are back as a sponsor.
I grew a few nice plants with one of your 250 watt kits while you were gone.
I have been very happy with it.

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Cheers.
 

Velk

Well-Known Member
What's the difference between a vero and Cree is one better than the other ? I've been looking in to cobs for a while it's that or the SPYDR
 

TimberGrowLights

420 Sponsor
Hi Velk,

Thanks for the question - it's a common one we get often. The main difference in the Cree vs the Vero is the drive voltage. The Vero we use (type C - the most efficient, highest drive voltage) is as efficient at 100 Watts/COB as the Cree (and Citizen) are at 50 watts/COB.

This makes the Vero light a better value $/PAR watt output compared to the Cree. We do have many customers that run our lights in conjunction with SpydrX, as well as replacements for SpydrX with good results.

If you have additional questions, I am happy to assist.

Have a good day.

Regards,
Dan
 

Velk

Well-Known Member
Hi Velk,

Thanks for the question - it's a common one we get often. The main difference in the Cree vs the Vero is the drive voltage. The Vero we use (type C - the most efficient, highest drive voltage) is as efficient at 100 Watts/COB as the Cree (and Citizen) are at 50 watts/COB.

This makes the Vero light a better value $/PAR watt output compared to the Cree. We do have many customers that run our lights in conjunction with SpydrX, as well as replacements for SpydrX with good results.

If you have additional questions, I am happy to assist.

Have a good day.

Regards,
Dan

Thanks for clearing that up for me as I always wondered about that

What amount of units would you recomend for 2m squared space if that's the case with the efficiency I'll go with vero

I may have an even bigger space so need the best par/w output for money ideally strong coverage

What is the coverage of one vero cob also



Thanks for the help
 

TimberGrowLights

420 Sponsor
Hi Velk,

Again, great questions. Each Vero COB will cover roughly 2-2.25 sq ft per COB at 18-24" above canopy. For instance, one of our 400 watt lights will cover up to 1 sq meter with PPFD in the 900-1000 µmol/m²s range.

For a 2 sq meter area, you will need around 800 Watts of COBs to attain those PPFD results over the entire coverage area. Please note, if you have service aisles/perimeters that don't require lighting, you can save quite a bit by calculating your actual coverage area and just lighting that space.

I hope this helps - any additional questions - ask away!

Thanks,
Dan
 

Velk

Well-Known Member
Hi Velk,

Again, great questions. Each Vero COB will cover roughly 2-2.25 sq ft per COB at 18-24" above canopy. For instance, one of our 400 watt lights will cover up to 1 sq meter with PPFD in the 900-1000 µmol/m²s range.

For a 2 sq meter area, you will need around 800 Watts of COBs to attain those PPFD results over the entire coverage area. Please note, if you have service aisles/perimeters that don't require lighting, you can save quite a bit by calculating your actual coverage area and just lighting that space.

I hope this helps - any additional questions - ask away!

Thanks,
Dan

I've noticed that the housing has changed on the units or are these newer versions ?
 

SweetSue

Well Known Member
Oh, I love their lights. Lol!

I have a moment to search you out Dan. It's been way too long since you came back into the neighborhood for me not to have stopped to say "Welcome back!" on your own thread.

Still my favorite lights for the garden, and they're all performing brilliantly.



I look forward to putting our heads together later in the year. Have fun playing with the members. :5:
 

Bweezy

New Member
Thanks alot dan! Ive really been stuck in between rapid led chilled logic 2x4 fixture which only includes 18 month warranty which doesnt even mention that on there website! but after talking with your customer service dept about my grow space I think I'll be buying the 3vl for sure! Thanks
 

TimberGrowLights

420 Sponsor
You are welcome - thank you for the order. We offer a (3) year warranty on all our lights - additionally, Bridgelux/Vero offers a 10 yr mfr warranty and our power supplies also come with a 7 year mfr warranty as well.

If you need anything else, always feel free to let us know.

Have a good day.

Regards,
Dan
 
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