SPIDER FARMER LM301H EVO

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Doesn't the SF2000 only flower a 2x2?

I have the Spider Farmer SE4500 for my Spider Farmer Pro Grade 2x4, perfect fit for the tent and my plants love it.
SF2000 led grow light
Spectrum660-665nm,730-740nm,2800-3000K,4800-5000K
LED490 pcs SAMSUNG LM301H EVO
PPF553.9umol/S
PPE2.7 umol/J(Highest efficiency 3.14 μmol/j single diode)
Power draw200W±5%@AC120V-277V
CoverageMax Coverage:3x4ft
Core Coverage:2x4ft
Lumen37144Lm±5%@AC120V
36346Lm±5%@AC240V
36267Lm±5%@AC277V
Light Size648*268*59MM
Package Size705*330*125MM
Gross Weight4.642KG
DB0dB
Input VoltageAC100-277V
Amp1.871A@AC120V
0.9248A@AC240V
0.8152A@AC277V
Operating Temperature-20-35℃
Frequency50-60HZ
HPS/MH Replace500W
 
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Rob348

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SF2000 led grow light
Spectrum660-665nm,730-740nm,2800-3000K,4800-5000K
LED490 pcs SAMSUNG LM301H EVO
PPF553.9umol/S
PPE2.7 umol/J(Highest efficiency 3.14 μmol/j single diode)
Power draw200W±5%@AC120V-277V
CoverageMax Coverage:3x4ft
Core Coverage:2x4ft
Lumen37144Lm±5%@AC120V
36346Lm±5%@AC240V
36267Lm±5%@AC277V
Light Size648*268*59MM
Package Size705*330*125MM
Gross Weight4.642KG
DB0dB
Input VoltageAC100-277V
Amp1.871A@AC120V
0.9248A@AC240V
0.8152A@AC277V
Operating Temperature-20-35℃
Frequency50-60HZ
HPS/MH Replace500W
SE4500 430W LEDUser Manual
Spectrum660-665nm,2800-3200K,4800-5000K
PPF Value1208umol@120V; 1203umol@240V; 1200umol@277V
Lumen72690Lm±5%@AC120V; 72092Lm±5%@AC240V; 72062Lm±5%@AC277V
Power draw430W±5%@AC120-277V
Core Coverage2FT X 4FT(60x120cm)
Max Coverage3FT X 5FT(90x150cm)
Light Size45.31''X22.83''X3.43''=115.08x58.4x8.7cm
Net Weight6.9KG
Gross Weight8.3KG
Input VoltageAC100-277V
Amp3.499A@AC120V; 1.727A@AC240V; 1.501A@AC277V
Frequency50/60HZ
Operating temperature-20-35℃
Diodes quantity1484pcs
Noise Level0dB
 
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Rob348

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SE4500 430W LEDUser Manual
Spectrum660-665nm,2800-3200K,4800-5000K
PPF Value1208umol@120V; 1203umol@240V; 1200umol@277V
Lumen72690Lm±5%@AC120V; 72092Lm±5%@AC240V; 72062Lm±5%@AC277V
Power draw430W±5%@AC120-277V
Core Coverage2FT X 4FT(60x120cm)
Max Coverage3FT X 5FT(90x150cm)
Light Size45.31''X22.83''X3.43''=115.08x58.4x8.7cm
Net Weight6.9KG
Gross Weight8.3KG
Input VoltageAC100-277V
Amp3.499A@AC120V; 1.727A@AC240V; 1.501A@AC277V
Frequency50/60HZ
Operating temperature-20-35℃
Diodes quantity1484pcs
Noise Level0dB
730-740 MISSING SPECTRUM IN THE SE4500 WHICH IS FAR RED
 
HerbalEdu

HerbalEdu

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i m running the sf2000 evo with a 2x3 tent; what's important isn't the difference in the spectrum but the difference in power and lumen with the g4500 and se4500 as well as the panel dimension inside the tent.

g4500 and se4500 will offer a more even light coverage and light dispersion for a 2x4 tent than the sf2000 even if you may not use the g4500 and se4500 100% close to the plants tops
 
7munkee

7munkee

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How is penetration depth quantified? I assumed ALL light operated by the inverse square.
 
ArtfulCodger

ArtfulCodger

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Too uneven across the canopy for me. I love all my buds the same.

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Grower1974

Grower1974

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The ViparSpectra XS2000 is a super overachiever in a 2’X4’ tent. Awesome LM301B’s as well.

On sale for a mere $170.00 right now.

The P2000 is $130.00 and I’ve seen it grow some amazing plants as well.
 
Newty

Newty

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SF2000 led grow light
Spectrum660-665nm,730-740nm,2800-3000K,4800-5000K
LED490 pcs SAMSUNG LM301H EVO
PPF553.9umol/S
PPE2.7 umol/J(Highest efficiency 3.14 μmol/j single diode)
Power draw200W±5%@AC120V-277V
CoverageMax Coverage:3x4ft
Core Coverage:2x4ft
Lumen37144Lm±5%@AC120V
36346Lm±5%@AC240V
36267Lm±5%@AC277V
Light Size648*268*59MM
Package Size705*330*125MM
Gross Weight4.642KG
DB0dB
Input VoltageAC100-277V
Amp1.871A@AC120V
0.9248A@AC240V
0.8152A@AC277V
Operating Temperature-20-35℃
Frequency50-60HZ
HPS/MH Replace500W
When I looked it up, I looked at the SF2000Pro EVO, the Pro Evo only has 2x2 flower coverage. My mistake.

730-740 MISSING SPECTRUM IN THE SE4500 WHICH IS FAR RED
I plan on adding the supplement light bars that are compatible with my light at some point, maybe the UV as well. Maybe I'll get lucky and win some from Spider Farmer in a future contest/giveaway 😉

Obviously specs are important but so is using it properly. I've seen some growers with cheap lights grow bigger and better bud then some other growers with top of the line lights.
 

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