There awesome I'm running these new 3ft sunmaster t5 with nanotech reflector it's a single unit tube with reflector but they can be daisy chained together so can have upto 8 units on 1 plug/ timer there super light weight and come with various fixings for diffrent aplications. :)Agreed, when controlling grow costs I went from MH to T-5 for veg a few years back and have never looked back.
No bro mine are 230v and like I said if u took the time to read it these daisy chain together also not a single mention of flowering them under t5 so I don't know why u would throw that in there either. As I stated I veg under t5 and have found this to be the best method that suits me :)T5's only run on 120v if you are trying to save amps you are working backwards. 120v uses double the amps. So lets compare a 6 bulb t5 to a 600w m/[email protected] T5 uses 2.7 amps. a 600w @240 uses 2.5 amps. So a t5 is actually less efficient and whoever thinks a 6 bulb t5 is as intense of light as a 600w should try putting one in a flower room and see how dense your buds are. Rooting Clones is a different story you can get away with a single bulb t5 and you will be good but try and veg 400 seeds under single bulb t5 fixtures and let me know how far it gets anyone.
These are what I'm talking about and yes they are 230v because if they wasn't they wouldn't work I veg with these right upto flip maybe give em a day or 2 in the main room before. They are massively cost effect compared to pretty much anything else on the market for veg :) as I've said in the previous 2 comments these come with a nano reflector they also come with a power lead with a plug on it and a power lead for if u want to daisy chain them. There absolutely tried and tested and are amazing of u wanna keep burning big 600s metal halide or not with a massively over sized veg area that's your call for me personally I like the veg room as small as possible and any other extra room for flower but each to there own I guess :)The first t5 I ever had said it could run on 240 and I searched for ever trying to find others. The hydro stores all sell 120v. I know the commercial fixtures are 240v but they don't really have a reflector for horticulture. I had a bunch of the singles that Daisy chained together and I used them over the Cloners with good success.
The t5 in a flower room was kinda a comparison. If a t5 put out equivalent light you would be able to use them in flower but they don't produce much for the amps they use. U can veg good with t5s but I never seen equivalent results in the same time frame
I think maybe a topic for another place could be veg room efficiency. How many square feet can you light with how many amps/watts with what kind of growth rates.
Health is #1 there's always another day for the g room :) hope all is wellSup guys. I've been laid up in the hospital with a ruptured large intestine for 3 days now. They are sending me home in a couple of hours. Hopefully I can get to the warehouse with some help to make some progress this week. I'm starting to fall really behind schedule as of now.
I'm a big fan of exotic genetics I've just run 4 of there strains and all were awesome your guna have some fun pheno hunting with them. Best bit of advice I can give u is make sure u take a cut of every bean that sprouts and don't give up on it until u smoke it :)Oh also the doc let me out a bit early yesterday soI shot up to the Chalice and picked up a few goodies to play with
Here's some choc covered strawbs put things into perspective on what the frost is like on the starfighter x'sI'm a big fan of exotic genetics I've just run 4 of there strains and all were awesome your guna have some fun pheno hunting with them. Best bit of advice I can give u is make sure u take a cut of every bean that sprouts and don't give up on it until u smoke it :)
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