Will these leds get the job done?

Discussion in 'Indoor Lighting' started by Octodrone, Jan 8, 2018.

  1. Octodrone

    Octodrone Registered

    So I bought some led grow bulbs and from what I've read they should do the job from start to finish but I want your opinion as well. My area is 2'x2'x4'. So 4 square feet of growing area. My math says I should get 40.5 watts per square foot with these. Will these work?

    Specs for the first 4 bulbs

    Full spectrum for vegetative and flowering stage:Red:620~630nm,650~660nm,
    Blue:440~460nm,
    White:3500K 6000K,
    UV380~410nm,
    IR(730nm)(It is hard to see clearly by eyes, very dim.Please don't think they are not working. Instead, it plays an very important role in the flowering and fruiting stages of plants.
    Coverage Area: The lighting area and the height are changeable according to different plants and environments
    Lifespan: >30,000hours
    Worldwide Voltage: AC 85v~265v
    Working Frequency: 50~60Hz

    Specs for the 5th bulb

    Specification:
    Item Type: 5730SMD LED Grow Light
    LED Quantity:78pcs
    Wattage: 50W
    Color: Full Spectrum:42Red+18Blue+6White+6IR+6UV
    Base Type:E27
    Lumens:2500-3200
    Input Voltage: AC85-265V
    Lifespan :50000 hours
    Features: saving energy
    For: Flower Plants, Hydroponics and Vegetables and so on


    Thanks for your help.
     
  2. Octodrone

    Octodrone Registered

    Also sorry if you believe I may need more lighting or new lighting all together please leave links to where I can find what you suggest I should be using.
    Thanks again!
     
  3. Deville-M

    Deville-M Registered+

    40W/SF can work for your plants. I am using 740W mars hydro light in 4x4 tent, it work very well, I think 35--50W/SF for bloom will work.
     

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