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Adding a rail to the substrate?

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Thinking about adding a rail with 3 cxb3590 to the current substrate used in a 3x3, with a separate meanwell hlg driver.

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I started wondering, new rail..... or cobs vertical on sidewall.
 
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Try to run them low enough you can passively cool them, or have your normal circulation fans blowing on them. With 3 I would put them just below canopy level at about 25-30W each, depending on what your main light draws. Depending on your style think about adding a rack too.
 
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Try to run them low enough you can passively cool them, or have your normal circulation fans blowing on them. With 3 I would put them just below canopy level at about 25-30W each, depending on what your main light draws. Depending on your style think about adding a rack too.
Not a bad idea, thanks for the insights ! I think I do like the vertical wall rack, gets more lights under the skirt, better development more than likely .
 
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