Horticulture Lighting Group 135 Watt Quantum Board DIY LED Grow Light Kit V2
READY TO ASSEMBLE 135 WATT QUANTUM BOARD LED GROW LIGHT KIT. 135 Watt Lamp Kit with a High Efficiency Quantum Board-288 V2 (Version 2). Equivalent to 250 Watts of HID power, this kit is great for a vegetative light, flowering light, or a primary light for small gardens. You can use multiple lights in a larger garden with excellent results. All the parts needed to build your own high performance LED grow light is included in the kit. And if you want a kit without the assembly, have us build and test it for you. Either way, you'll be ready to grow, even on a tight budget. 3000k - Is Great for Flowering and General Use. 4000k - Is Great for Vegetative Phase or as a Primary Veggie Light. Driver Adjustable from 60-150 Watts. Veg Footprint: 3 x 3. Recommended Flower Footprint: 2 x 2. Maximum Flower Footprint: 2' x 3. 2 - 3 Kits for a 3' x 3' for Flowering.
4 - 6 Kits for a 4' x 4' for Flowering. 4 Kits Equal a Single Ended 1000 Watt HPS. 6 Kits Equal a Double Ended 1000 Watt HPS. 1 QB288 Board with Samsung 301b Top Bin Diodes. 1 Slate 2 Predrilled 340mm Heat Sink.
6ft Nema 5-15P 16/3 SJTW NA Power Cord or Equivalent for Standard 120VAC with Cable Connector. 2ft Solid Core Wire, 2 Wago Connectors for DC Wiring.
Lamp Efficacy with S6 Flux Bin 2.41 µmol/J , 162Lm/W. Board Level Efficacy with S6 Flux Bin 2.58 µmol/J , 173Lm/W.
No Thermal Interface Material is required between the LED board and the heat sink. Remove the black plug on top of the driver and use a small Philips head screwdriver to adjust the power. The item "Horticulture Lighting Group 135 Watt Quantum Board DIY LED Grow Light Kit V2" is in sale since Saturday, August 10, 2019. This item is in the category "Home & Garden\Yard, Garden & Outdoor Living\Hydroponics & Seed Starting\Grow Light Kits".
The seller is "obriamicha" and is located in Franklin, Tennessee. This item can be shipped to United States.
- Wattage: 60 - 150 Watts - Driver Adjustable
- Installation Area: Indoor
- Brand: Horticulture Lighting Group