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The difference between white light led and horticulture specific LED

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Re: The difference between white light led and horticulture specific LED

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Finchmad_79 wrote:
Tue Oct 12, 2021 5:31 am
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I do like the look of the new Evo lights.
Are they available with the driver remote? I like to keep the driver outside the tent.
I imagine that wouldn't be an issue. I asked for the dimmer wire to be extended so that was remote and that wasn't an issue. Customer service is well above par, especially for an English company :lol:

I do have one issue with my light though.
what issues have you had?
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Re: The difference between white light led and horticulture specific LED

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if anyone has an issue with their light do let us know so we can rectify it
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The cable ties holding the connectors to the driver were odd colours

:lol: :boogie:
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Re: The difference between white light led and horticulture specific LED

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Finchmad_79 wrote:
Wed Oct 13, 2021 10:21 pm
The cable ties holding the connectors to the driver were odd colours

:lol: :boogie:
Jeez, they're even consistent with their zip ties then 😳
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Re: The difference between white light led and horticulture specific LED

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I have a question about the green spectrum of light if anybody would be so kind as to enlighten me.

For years I’ve always been under the impression that green light in flower when the lights should be off won’t cause harm to your plants and won’t cause them to hermie, basically an unused colour.
When I was in the grow shop not so long ago there was a new face in there that served me and we got talking about the maxibright led panels. He was telling me how good they are and that they are cutting edge, it was almost like a sales pitch.
He pointed to the box where there was a little diagram showing all the colours of the light spectrum in this nice little chart, he went on to explain to me what all the colours do, apparently green light is like a boost now
Is that true or was he just trying to make a sale?
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