Who Else Runs Spydrx-plus By Fluence?

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Just curious on who else runs these lights or the other variations they offer. So far my experience has been excellent. It out performs any other light I have run. These run 6 inches above canopy and very cool. It's a true 4x4 light and the adjustable blades are amazing. You can tilt the individual lights on axis. I also added in a 4 foot uv setup onto them. I got 4 lights tucked in. I run two of these currently and will be getting a 3rd next month for veg room. Right now I'm using my old leds in veg. I use a platinum p600 and a t5 setup for my seedlings and clones.
 
I made the switch to spydrx plus from gavitas. I love them as far as heat and everything but still trying to dial in a few things as I have never grown under LED before. But all I can say is wow, these lights are amazing. 2 harvests under my belt with them and my plants has never been so frosty!! and that electric bill was looking mighty fine as well!!
 
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I made the switch to spydrx plus from gavitas. I love them as far as heat and everything but still trying to dial in a few things as I have never grown under LED before. But all I can say is wow, these lights are amazing. 2 harvests under my belt with them and my plants has never been so frosty!! and that electric bill was looking mighty fine as well!!
For a first post you sure cover all the marketing triggers.
Post picks for vindication.
 
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You can have big plants too. My grow style lends to less veg time but I'm about to swap it up. I got my last run in the staging area now and have 4 more weeks left or more till they go in so they will be huge by then. I'm changing to a single cola plant grow next. I'll be doing 36 on a 4x4 table under one light. I have 2 plus lights for flower and alrenate the tables to get a harvest every month. In veg I use the non us Spydrx and also use 2 4x8 t5 fixtures on the other side. My goal is to hit 3 a light. I was close when I ran some skywalker kush. I ran 16 in 3 gallon
 
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When you run multiple lights like that its better to keep them higher,The crosslighting has more benefit than having them closer.
This raises a great question that I have been troubled with for some time.
The inverse-square law relates to a point source of light.
The geometry of garden lighting never even approximates this condition, and thus is of little use in positioning lights.
 
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