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Tictok wrote:
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Can these be used for seedlings/propagation to replace t5 lights? Will you have them in small sizes at somepoint?

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Yes that's exactly what they are for. Replacing T5.

And yes we do them in 80cm or 40cm options.
40cm is very interesting. Could you give any details how these could be better than T5s?
https://invisiblesunled.co.uk/products/ ... s=e&_v=1.0

Here is the link to the listing. Generally though benefits over T5 are as follows

Reduced electric costs.
Longevity.
No bulb Changes.
Better spectrum.
IP64 so protected from spilling, splashes or spray.
Can be used as side or under lighting.
Can be used as fish tank lights.
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One of the older ISH530 V2 before we put connector an wire covers on them. This was lm301h with V2 reds & royal Blue.

You get better penetration (for want of a better word) of light through the canopy with boards over bar style systems, which need to be positioned closer
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One of the older ISH530 V2 before we put connector an wire covers on them. This was lm301h with V2 reds & royal Blue.

You get better penetration (for want of a better word) of light through the canopy with boards over bar style systems, which need to be positioned closer
I think this is the same one I've got...or similar.. mines a 530LITE.. what's the key differences between this and the one in this post? Cheers Invis

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wutang wrote:
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One of the older ISH530 V2 before we put connector an wire covers on them. This was lm301h with V2 reds & royal Blue.

You get better penetration (for want of a better word) of light through the canopy with boards over bar style systems, which need to be positioned closer
I think this is the same one I've got...or similar.. mines a 530LITE.. what's the key differences between this and the one in this post? Cheers Invis
Only the heat sink and drivers are different. Same LEDs and boards.
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