Woodys trying to grow his own.

woodhippy

In Bloom
Been holding off on this for a few days. Waiting for some new Seedling to show up. There here.

In flower there is a Chem 91, Firestarter, Horndawg, GDP, G5, and 91 Dragons. ( Not Impressed with this one. )

Clones and a few other un sexed plant and then the Seedling.

The seedling are front 2 Blackberry bread f1 and the Back 2 are Shivaree f1
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BH

Tha Dank Hoarder
1st reply ;)

awesome choices and grow !

I loved chem 91 but it’s a little harder to trim, tried a few seed charms and the clone orginal and it always seemed to be “hairy” and a little wild like a sariva dominate. sometimes if you love a certain thing it’s worth that extra time. i have ke[t [pants that yield 1/4 vs majority just because it was so prime. Just have to make your own preferences and ones that work for you. You prolly know that


quick ? What does “g5” stand for and if you have lineage , that’s always fun to know if you got it.

keeep it up
 

woodhippy

In Bloom
My plan is to use the old Burple lights as heat sinks.

Citizen CLU048-1212 90CRI GEN6 - 3500K 4 $32.00
Arctic thermal pads for Citizen CLU048 series 4 $4.00
Ideal holder for Citizen CLU048 series and Luminus CXM22 4 $14.00
LEDiL Angelina reflector for CREE CXB and Citizen CLU048 using Ideal holders 4 $22.00
MeanWell HLG-185H-36A Driver 1 $54.00
Subtotal:$126.00
Shipping:$15.16 via USPS Priority Flat Rate w/insurance
Payment method:PayPal
Total:$141.16

and these for the light build.
Plan on keeping 2 of the Mars Hydros in the 4 x 4 as well
Thinking I will remove some of the old leds so the fans can cool the heat sink.
Hoping to use the existing fan with a 12 volt power supply. I have 4 running my Amateur Radio station.
Will sacrifice 1 for the grow. Think I got a older sever power supply I could use as well.
 

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Capt's Farm

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My plan is to use the old Burple lights as heat sinks.

Citizen CLU048-1212 90CRI GEN6 - 3500K 4 $32.00
Arctic thermal pads for Citizen CLU048 series 4 $4.00
Ideal holder for Citizen CLU048 series and Luminus CXM22 4 $14.00
LEDiL Angelina reflector for CREE CXB and Citizen CLU048 using Ideal holders 4 $22.00
MeanWell HLG-185H-36A Driver 1 $54.00
Subtotal:$126.00
Shipping:$15.16 via USPS Priority Flat Rate w/insurance
Payment method:PayPal
Total:$141.16

and these for the light build.
Plan on keeping 2 of the Mars Hydros in the 4 x 4 as well
Thinking I will remove some of the old leds so the fans can cool the heat sink.
Hoping to use the existing fan with a 12 volt power supply. I have 4 running my Amateur Radio station.
Will sacrifice 1 for the grow. Think I got a older sever power supply I could use as well.
You putting all that into that 1 light.. are those cobs?
 

Capt's Farm

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So you're just adding a cob and using what still works on the light's...
I guess I'm reading this wrong..

Cause in my mind you're removing some LEDs that don't work , putting a small cob in the light, then hooking 4 different units up to 1 driver that's only gives you 40w or so per cob...

So I'm trying to understand why you just don't buy 4 cheap small drives that can change out 1 in each unit for the new cob. And keep each light clean with no wires running out of them.
Sry just a???
 

woodhippy

In Bloom
@Capt's Farm only using the fans and the metal plate as heatsink. The only reason I did go with the cheap drives. A lot of them are noisy. My other Hobby is Amateur Radio.
Do not need any extra interference.
This is my first go at making my own lights. It really is just another experiment

@jaguarlax my GDP is a clone from a friend. I am not sure of it validity. I do love the Bubblegum flavor it has though.
 

Capt's Farm

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@Capt's Farm only using the fans and the metal plate as heatsink. The only reason I did go with the cheap drives. A lot of them are noisy. My other Hobby is Amateur Radio.
Do not need any extra interference.
This is my first go at making my own lights. It really is just another experiment

@jaguarlax my GDP is a clone from a friend. I am not sure of it validity. I do love the Bubblegum flavor it has though.
Ok now I got you....

So did you already pay for this?

If not
And you have a few more $$ to throw at this...

You may want to think about getting a bigger B driver , instead of a A.
Then add a dimmer pod that way you can hit your light's without you're driver being max out all the time..
Just a idea..

Keep up the good work....
 

woodhippy

In Bloom
Ok now I got you....

So did you already pay for this?

If not
And you have a few more $$ to throw at this...

You may want to think about getting a bigger B driver , instead of a A.
Then add a dimmer pod that way you can hit your light's without you're driver being max out all the time..
Just a idea..

Keep up the good work....
Yep Already paid for. But Since here here. I will take your advise. This is me getting my feet wet on building.
I will check on the b and see if I can change. not shipped yet.
Thanks
 

horribleherk

home grown
My plan is to use the old Burple lights as heat sinks.

Citizen CLU048-1212 90CRI GEN6 - 3500K 4 $32.00
Arctic thermal pads for Citizen CLU048 series 4 $4.00
Ideal holder for Citizen CLU048 series and Luminus CXM22 4 $14.00
LEDiL Angelina reflector for CREE CXB and Citizen CLU048 using Ideal holders 4 $22.00
MeanWell HLG-185H-36A Driver 1 $54.00
Subtotal:$126.00
Shipping:$15.16 via USPS Priority Flat Rate w/insurance
Payment method:PayPal
Total:$141.16

and these for the light build.
Plan on keeping 2 of the Mars Hydros in the 4 x 4 as well
Thinking I will remove some of the old leds so the fans can cool the heat sink.
Hoping to use the existing fan with a 12 volt power supply. I have 4 running my Amateur Radio station.
Will sacrifice 1 for the grow. Think I got a older sever power supply I could use as well.
Good stuff ! Another source for drivers www.octopart.com
 
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