Spider Farmer SF2000

Buck5050

In Bloom
I am very pleased with the results so far. I am finishing my first flower run using strains I have run before and in comparison, quality is up. This was a fairly reasonable fully built option at $300. Bright, clean, and lightweight. If you are looking for a no-fuss go and grow this thing can get you flowering.
 

Buck5050

In Bloom
Seen some really nice grows under those lights...DIY will always be the best option but SF is hard to beat for a plug and play light.
I ran a DIY Bridgelux EB build for a couple of grows and it works well. I was on and off again looking at HLG but, every time I was ready to buy they would be out of stock. So I paid a little more and got this one shipped to me in no time.
What are the functions for the ethernet ports? Do they have a grow interface now? or a controller?
The manual says it allows for the connection of multiple lights to be controlled by one dimmer and dimmed simultaneously.
 
I ran a DIY Bridgelux EB build for a couple of grows and it works well. I was on and off again looking at HLG but, every time I was ready to buy they would be out of stock. So I paid a little more and got this one shipped to me in no time.

The manual says it allows for the connection of multiple lights to be controlled by one dimmer and dimmed simultaneously.
Yea I run 2 of these on my main flower room. If I didnt go down the plug and play road, those SF4000's were gonna be the ones I grabbed.
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Buck5050

In Bloom
I have a question that's a n ELG 240 ab driver which in some of the other drivers I think you can turn them up internally the 240 part used to mean you in theory could turn them up to 240 w. then use the external dimmer to dim them ? just curious
Yup! There is a factory grommet covering an adjustment screw on the driver. It can be turned up or down. For me, I left it at what it was set at from Spider Farmer just to see what she can do. Cranking up to 100% on the external dimmer and it is putting me at 208 watts at the wall.
 

horribleherk

home grown
Yup! There is a factory grommet covering an adjustment screw on the driver. It can be turned up or down. For me, I left it at what it was set at from Spider Farmer just to see what she can do. Cranking up to 100% on the external dimmer and it is putting me at 208 watts at the wall.
Just as advertised that looks like a nice light I have a California light works that is 200w but to dim it or change light spectrum it requires their special control that cost $170 so I ran it WFO I'm seriously thinking of firing it up for a 3rd tent it actually performs good for 200w. been keeping it for a back up what I like about your light is the even spread of light over your area which translates to uniform growth 20200922_182104.jpg
 

Burned Haze

In Bloom
longer distance stance review on the Lights ? I saw a few bad reviews but like so many things , if it’s still almost 5/5 stars (Amazon)and they sell shit tons of them , prolly still good?

working Good and still love em? i see tons of good reviews even on the Communities
 

One Drop

In Bloom
That’s great I’m running 2 of the SF2000 I’m doing a light review of them in my Farm page in impressed with them it’s my first LED lights had run Hps all my life but now I’m hooked on my Spiderfarmer sf2000 for sure .. I’m finding the grow is going quicker than the Hps light much tighter node spaces and better terps much tighter buds ... I’ll keep looking in @Burned Haze regards @One Drop .....
 

Buck5050

In Bloom
longer distance stance review on the Lights ? I saw a few bad reviews but like so many things , if it’s still almost 5/5 stars (Amazon)and they sell shit tons of them , prolly still good?

working Good and still love em? i see tons of good reviews even on the Communities
For me, it's still working great. I'm in my third flowering cycle with them and couldn't be happier.
 
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